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How to use colour to link your home’s interior

September 25th 2016
By: Melanie Hollidge
How to use colour to link your home’s interior

Using colour to link rooms together is a very successful interior design technique. If you paint your walls in a neutral colour palette, applying colours such as pale greys, pinks and whites, you can then introduce pops of colour through your soft furnishings. This is the same for large pieces of furniture such as sofas or chairs – if you chose a neutral colour then you will find that it will also stay in vogue much longer.
 
Using different tones of the same colour can work really well too, for example if you use a pale pink in one room and a hot pink in another, it will help to connect the rooms within your home. You can also use a specific colour to zone areas, if you have an open-plan layout you could simply divide the space visually by painting one of the walls in a stronger shade of the same colour. Accenting is another interior design technique, if you use one really bright colour (mango is tipped to be the hot design colour for next year) within a neutral coloured room then your eye will seek out to find another bright colour elsewhere in the scheme. Don’t just consider painting your walls in a strong accent colour, painting a ceiling in a darker shade can also create a stunning effect.
 
Goodfellows Morden currently has this property for sale which is a great example of how to link rooms together by using a neutral colour palette. Walls have been painted in different shades of white and wood has been introduced through the flooring and furnishings to bring in a lovely warm feel to the house. The whole design theme creates a very cohesive and beautiful home.
 
This property is situated within a quiet and much sought after central Morden location, Camrose Close is situated off Queens Road, offering access to local shops, amenities including schools and Morden Underground Station as well as South Merton and Morden South overground stations giving easy access to Central London. A superb 1930's semi-detached family home well presented throughout with a fantastic kitchen/diner providing direct access onto the westerly facing garden. The property also benefits from a downstairs cloakroom with shower cubicle and a single garage to rear. No Onward Chain.
 
Features include:

  • Sought-after Central Morden Location
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Westerly Facing Garden
  • Modern Kitchen/Diner
  • Downstairs Shower Room
  • Garage
  • EPC EER Rating D

For more information or to arrange a viewing please call Goodfellows Morden on 020 8640 3330 or follow this link.