Decoration Tuesday, July 18th 2017.
Although they are versatile and appropriate (and necessary) for any style of interior design, neutral colors work particularly well in contemporary interiors. This is because neutral colors allow fantastic architectural elements in modern design to become the focus (as opposed to bold colors taking that focus away from architecture).
Instead of attaching the planter itself directly to the wall, an idea can be to build a sort of frame around it. This way the planter is removable and you can just leave the frames in place and rearrange the plants however you want. The frame can be triangle-shaped and you can built it out of scrap wood or from an old picture frame. You’ll also need a drill, screws, wall plugs, a hammer, nails, wood glue and a screwdriver. The rest of the details can be found on burkatron.
Farrow & Ball’s Stony Ground. A cool beige that is a perfectly inviting neutral that mimics mushroom hues. In fact, mushroom is predicted by some to be the next hottest neutral of choice. Whether in a peaceful zen retreat or a fast-paced urban living space, mushroom color has a visual effect that is therapeutically calming. This color steps up the chic factor (and contemporary aesthetic) of a traditional beige but maintains that soft warmth that helps to create a feeling of home in nearly any circumstance.
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