How to use bright colours in interior design
With the New Year rapidly approaching, many people now start thinking about doing some DIY and interior design to start the new year with a new look for their home. One of the biggest trends for 2012 looks set to be using bright colours in your home. In recent years, many people have started experimenting with colours bit by bit, and this looks set to continue to be popular next year. It can seem scary bringing colour into your home, but most people that are looking to introduce bright colours start by slowly introducing vivid colours in subtle ways for example by starting with colourful accessories and soft furnishings. If you decide that you want more colours in your home after this gradual introduction, bringing in a feature wall in your living room is a good way forward.
However, what about one of the rooms you use most, your kitchen? Tiles have been popular for many years, but the grouting between them can get dirty and make them look untidy and become less than hygienic. A new revelation in kitchen design is the introduction of kitchen splashbacks, which offer style and functionality, providing you with a flash of colour in your kitchen on an easy to clean surface so you can
Introducing colour in the bathroom can draw up connotations of 80s style avocado coloured bathroom suites, but there are plenty of ways you can brighten up the room without making it look dated. Glass splashbacks are often used in kitchens but they can also be added to bathrooms. Whether you want to use splashbacks to replace tiles on the wall or as a shower door, you can create a contemporary bathroom with colour without a salmon coloured bidet in sight!
Although coloured glass is ideal for using in rooms which have water, it need not be limited to just the kitchen and bathroom. New contemporary coloured glass radiators have also been developed in recent years, which are perfect for introducing splashes of colour throughout your home whilst getting rid of cumbersome traditional style radiators. These well-designed radiators provide your home with all the heat you could require whilst looking modern and stylish at the same time. Glass radiators can also feature images and artwork rather than just blocks of colour, and some of the ones currently available on the market have interchangeable fronts so you can change the image or colour at your leisure.
Although fitting glass radiators requires the help of experts, if you are a keen DIYer you could consider installing any splashbacks around your home yourself. Suppliers such as LoveglassUK simply require that you measure the area where you want the splashbacks to go and all you do is send them the sizing details. Your splashback is then created for you and sent out with all the adhesive and instructions you could require to install it yourself. LoveglassUK radiators and splashbacks are a fantastic way of enhancing your home for 2012 and not only look stunning but are very functional for everyday life.
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The Kitchen splashbacks have become really popular and admired when it comes to interior designing. More so, even the glass radiators are a much liked option these days. LoveglassUK radiators and splashbacks are highly famous.
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