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‘It's often overlooked’ Interior designer's most ‘effective’ way to transform a room

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“For homeowners with space to spare, room dividers are also increasing in popularity, with many bookcases and wicker style screens providing a creative solution to regain boundaries between working days and relaxing evenings.” 

As for what’s popular this year, Alysha revealed: “With its neutral tones, grey has long been a good starting point for homeowners unsure what direction to take their interior. 

“Although shades of grey remain a safe foundation, the colour’s cooler nature can instantly limit an interior’s versatility, making it harder to introduce warmer, bolder colours, such as fiery ochre and mustard yellows, that will keep your interior on-trend without having to redecorate.  

“With homeowners spending more time in their homes than ever before, there’s a growing trend away from cooler colours in favour of warmer, cosier colours that are more welcoming to create a snug retreat. 



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