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By Gillian McShane, Interior & Colour Consultant at The Colour Hub Has the pandemic affected how people are decorating their homes? I would have to say, most definitely, yes. While it is true to say that there is no shortage of beautiful and innovative designs out there, it often takes people time to embrace the new ideas and introduce them into their own homes. For years, we have been bombarded by property developers and estate agents, constantly telling us that the main quality a home had to have was to appear larger than it was, brighter than it was and that it

Choose a warm colour to create a living space that warms the heart. After a long day, nothing beats unwinding in a cosy living space that radiates a toasty glow. Use warm, deep colours like scarlet, plums and rich purples to create the feeling of a more intimate atmosphere. If your living room is on the large side, one of the simplest ways to create a more intimate feel is by breaking your room down into smaller zones. Try painting the wall behind your fireplace a deep, vibrant colour or choose a hue a few shades darker than the rest of the