You only have one chance to make a good first impression by Louise Higgins
The same principle applies to your home. Make sure your entrance and hallway reflects your interior style and sets the tone for the rest of your home. These areas should entice the visitor to eagerly want to explore the other rooms of your home.
How to bring light into a dark room by Jackie Carton
Black can furnish each room, from the bathroom to the lounge, from the bedroom to the kitchen as dictated by the latest trends. It makes mosaic floors or glass walls even more sophisticated. It fills with light if combined with small points of lemon yellow, orange or acid green, whereas it becomes audacious and has a strong impact if used on its own or used together with tonalities such as electric blue.