Go casual with a pared-back mix of wood, soft hues and modern country furniture.
Credit: Marks and Spencer (marksandspencer.com)
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- Bring texture to a muted scheme with wall cladding – vertical panels are easy to install and, in a small space, could just be added to a feature wall.
- Use worn, rustic wood in a rich colour on furniture or fl ooring to add depth and texture – try walnut or mahogany shades as a contrast to pastel hues.
- Add a personal touch with a gallery wall of prints and family photos – intermingled with empty vintage frames for a quirky effect.
- Choose open shelving for a sophisticated way to display crockery and dining essentials, and use reclaimed oak crates to house smaller items.
Update traditional furniture with on-trend baby pink and mint hues for a modern twist on a classic look.
Hang eye-catching, contemporary pendant lights over a dining table to zone an open-plan space.