1.Deep plum and Berry colours .
2. Natural tones and shapes are IN !
Undulating lines and a slightly 3D effect .
‘The discreet colour palette gives a modern twist to what is a nostalgic print,’ says Jodie Hatton, Creative Designer
3. Iconic stripes
4. Pale and pure
Achieve the feeling with you'd associate with Nordic style .... a clean, minimalistic feel that works with the simple shapes, lines and pale colours .
The Scandi look isn’t going anywhere.
5. Milkshake colours
Alternative Flooring is championing shades of raspberry, vanilla and peanut – classic milkshake colours – as the new
neutrals. These deeper, warmer tones are still pale, but more forgiving than white or something close to it.
- If you have a small room, can make it look bigger with your choice of interior design and one method is to go for lighter shades of carpet. The use of dark colors can give a warm and cozy feeling .
- As a general guide, neutral carpets work best in modest-sized living rooms, as pale colours make the space seem larger.
You can make a spacious living room feel cosy and inviting by fitting a dark carpet. Reds and browns work particularly well.
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