Dark And Moody Interiors

Dark And Moody Interiors

Posted by Helene Arentz | 8 October 2017 | Home & Garden, Magazine

How to create a moody and elegant style by using darker colours and colour pops.
Blue, yellow and green are fantastic colours to combine.
Transform your wardrobe area to a stylish, moody and organised part of your home. The photo above features products from IKEA.


Image credit: Pinterest

Blue is a wonderful colour for a sofa. Combined with darker colours such as dark grey walls it seems moody and cosy. Perfect with some textured cushions… and the shutters, oh la la!

Image credit: Pinterest

A darker green/ blue colour for walls or interiors is hot this season. Perfect for any room, and contrasting with yellow! Who wouldn’t like to curl up in this velour covered chaise lounge?


For a similar colour look at Little greens.

My favourite light for a moody style is this Bell glass pendant in smoked glass from Holloway’s of Ludlow.


Written by Helene Arentz

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Helene Arentz

Scandinavian interior designer Helene is a doyenne of creative home transformation, pairing personality and atmosphere with beautiful functionality. This is her inside story…

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