Complementing colours and shades
If your colour scheme is looking a little tired, try introducing colours in complementary shades and hues. It creates a look that isn’t super matchy-matchy, but creates a coherent and cosy look.
Mixing textures and patterns
To lift your look, add some cushions in different patterns and textures. Our Alpine sofa seen below in an oriental inspired print creates a gorgeous, layered style and gives a modern lift next to the more traditional checked armchair.
Another example, seen here in our Monsoon image, shows a textured cushion that lifts the busier design underneath and complements beautifully as it picks up the blue in the pink design.
Coffee table ideas
Break away from the norm and go for a large footstool to double as your coffee table. Use the opportunity to introduce a complementing colour or pattern and create an interesting centre piece as well as somewhere comfy to rest your feet and your cup of tea.
Update your walls with a selection of your favourite images, and then tie the together using a colour scheme. One way you can do this is to make your images black and white, use a mixture of black and white mount, and then frame them in black frames build a collection in different sizes to create an informal look.