Interior Design / August 9, 2018 / Elsa Delaney
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Another idea is to fill the vertical space with a menagerie of small to midsize artwork. This technique will make the room feel larger than it actually is, because it invites the eye to roam beyond the eye-level horizontal space that may feel confined.
Blue and grey are the greatest of friends they can complement each other in a colour scheme, and even blend into one another so seamlessly that you can barely tell where the boundary is. Dark greys and blues can create a moody, storm-cloud atmosphere, while lighter duck egg shades are effortlessly elegant and soothing. Our favourite might have to be the middle ground of slate and petrol tones, where small changes in lighting can make the difference between perceiving the colour as grey or as blue. There's something for all tastes in this colour combination, so scroll down for our best-loved ways to pull it off.
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