Alongside already featured brilliant blue hues, aged mirror is one of the current interior design trends that have been performing well for some time.
Aged or smoked mirror is a great way to introduce the perfect balance between masculine and feminine. As opposed to an ordinary glass, aged mirror strikes a tension between raw and refined materials. It feels vintage yet luxurious and contemporary.
Aged mirror can be founed in classic, traditional and contemporary interiors and can provide a striking backdrop for an eclectic setting.
Renowned interior designers mix aged mirror in their interiors whether in the form of accessory or solid piece of furniture. You can spot aged mirror creating a beautiful kitchen backsplash (In design Kitchens), a feature wall or a striking cocktail table (cocktail table depicted below is by INSIDHERLAND at All the hues).
Blue is the colour of the mind and affects humans rather mentally than physically.
A sense of calmness, freedom and serenity is associated with the lighter tones of blue, while darker and stronger shades work as an intellectual stimulus.
Blue colour is one of the primary colours associated with our nature. Almost everyone enjoys looking at bright blue sky, calming seas and oceans; hence the calming effect on our mind.
Within interior design and interior styling, light blue tones can be used to expand walls while the stronger shades will provide an opposite effect.
The catwalks of 2015 Spring/Summer season were full of blue hues, ranging from calming powder blue, through sapphire to darker navy blue and indigo, which also had an impact on furniture, interior accessories and home décor. The trend continues to be big in the upcoming Autumn/Winter season too.