Color Basics
Colour wheel
Colour scheme
How to use colour
Natural inspiration
Tricks with colour
Light and colour
Color to match your inspiration
The Color of Things to Come
Colors with a kick
Colorful Living Room
Learning to Love Pink
Decorating ideas in Red
Chocolate Brown
How to: Paint
How To: Paint Your Pad
Connecting Rooms With Color
Adding Color to the Ceiling
Enlivening White and Beige
Color,Space & 'Fixed Assets'

Color Schemes

Creating the right color scheme for your room is no easy task. Let our expert guides help you make the right decision.

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Learning to Love Pink

For those who've been reluctant to embrace pink, it's time to think again.

Whether it’s for an important event or just to feel ood about yourself, wearing pink—or using it in your home—will reveal your softer side. In fact, if you’re interested in creating a space that encourages openness and conversation, then pink is definitely for you. It doesn’t just enhance natural color and make you look vibrant in the bathroom mirror (although pink powder rooms are proof of that), well-placed pink also can enhance spirituality and decision-making.

Colour scheme

Colour wheelCreating the right colour scheme for your room is no easy task. Let our expert guides help you make the right decision.

Tonal scheme - A tonal scheme or monochromatic scheme means you use just one colour but in varying tones. If you choose everything in the same tone and colour your scheme will look bland.

How To: Paint Your Pad

So you moved into your new, bigger bachelor pad. Congrats. Or maybe you're tired of plain ol' white on your walls and want to make your living space more exciting. Good on you.

Now you need to make your walls your own. A good paint job with a crack color selection can turn a stale, gloomy apartment into a welcome sight. And you don't need an effeminate decorator to do it for you. Read on and make your home reflect your personality.

choose your colors
Ironically, the hardest part of painting is deciding what to paint your walls with. We all have favorite colors; we just don't know how they'll look on a wall. To start, you have to decide what mood you're aiming for. You may want a room to be cool (blues), warm (yellows and oranges), dramatic (reds), or calming (greens).


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