Neutral tones and pops of colour make for a pretty lounge area :-) Get the look with the Normann Copenhagen Tablo Table http://www.nest.co.uk/product/normann-copenhagen-tablo-table-large and the BestLite BL6 Wall Light http://www.nest.co.uk/browse/brand/bestlite/bestlite-bl6-wall-lamp Image via The Design Chaser.
While super-modern kitchens are also very lovely, lately we've been seeing a lot of stylish kitchens that incorporate one or more vintage elements. Whether it's a vintage-style stove or refrigerator or a antique pie safe, adding something old (or something that just looks old) to your kitchen will give it an intriguing dose of texture and history.
I like how they used a neutral canvas & added lots of color with decorative items. I always say it's easier to replace a lamp shade or buy colorful new canisters than it is to repaint and tile a room :p - via UK Telegraph
Sustainable Kitchens - Redland town house. Shaker style kitchen with oak base cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball Purbeck Stone and island cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball Mole's Breath. The base cabinets have an Australian Juperana Sandstone worktop while the island has an oak worktop. The natural stone flooring adds warmth to the kitchen.