Emperors Gate, South Kensington, LondonContemporary Nursery, London
Jack Hobhouse Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Break up a patterned feature wall with tiny pictures Dynamic patterned wallpaper can make an excellent feature wall. In this stylish nursery, the energy of the design is tempered by the diminutively sized works hung at eye level, which lend a moment of pause amid the pattern. Tip Using the base colour of the feature wall (in this case, white) as the colour for the remaining walls and some furniture will help to ground the bold pattern.
Also on the first floor is the bedroom of the owners’ youngest child. The colourful wallpaper contrasts with the more monochrome and neutral shades used elsewhere, but the contemporary design is in keeping with the rest of the house. The room is housed in a part of the building that was added on as a three-storey extension some decades ago, and was in dire need of repair. ‘We had to restructure the whole room,’ Michael says. ‘People have been adding bits and pieces onto the building over the years.’ This ad-hoc approach meant that when the team were preparing to install a skylight, they ended up having to reinforce the entire roof.
What Houzz users are commenting on:
Нецентрированная развеска Ровно повесить картину подходящего размера над диваном может кто угодно. Но если вам кажется, что памятная фотография или сувенир слишком малы, сместите их с центральной оси. Повесьте рамки сбоку и ниже обычного — асимметрия будет смотреться выигрышно.