Dark or navy blue is a colour trend at the moment in interior design that we love! Here are 5 of our favourite ways to make blue your favourite statement colour in your home or annexe.
1. The New Look Hampton Kitchen
This stunning lodge is one of our customer’s endearing favourites and it’s just had a refresh as the new show model takes pride of place back at the show site this month.
We’ll bring you more details about that within the next couple of weeks, so if you haven’t subscribed to our Weekly Newsletter yet, now’s your chance!
With it’s smart new sophisticated blue kitchen and white colour scheme, warmed up with tones of oak throughout, the Hampton show just how versatile a dramatic navy blue kitchen can look.
We can help you design your perfect annexe kitchen as part of our on site consultation service.
2. Adding Style & Elegance To Your Living Room
Not only are deep shades of blue sophisticated, they are also immensely practical too.
As the centrepiece of this living space, the stunning dark blue velvet sofa works perfectly with neutral tones of greys and gold accents to transform the living space to a modern living space.
Accent furniture in delicate shades of gold echo the modern gold legs of the sofa making the block colour sofa look elegant.
Soft greys work well with dark blues and green plants add to the jewel colour combinations.
3. Navy Is A Relaxing Colour
One of the most successful interior tips you can copy from any show home is to carry the colour scheme throughout the home.
This works especially well for annexe designs too.
So if your passion is for all things navy blue you’ll find it makes a relaxing colour scheme in the bedroom too.
Navy and white are always a fresh, crisp combination that never goes out of style.
Add modern accessories and gold accents for a modern update to that classic colour combination.
4. We Offer Howden’s Fairford Blue Kitchens To Our Custom Annexe Customers & Lodge Owners
Whether you choose a lodge (like The Hampton) or a custom build annexe (like our recent Case Study in St Albans) you can choose from the Fairford Howden’s range of kitchens for your new lodge or annexe.
The Fairford is just one of our shaker style kitchen ranges that now includes dark blue as a colour choice.
It works perfectly with oaks and neutral colours to make your annexe your own.
We can advise you of all that during our on site consultation service.
5. Adding A Splash Of Blue Can Make A Statement
If the idea of using a lot of dark blue in your annexe or home isn’t your thing, but you’d still like to use blue as your accent colour, then a great statement chair like the one pictured above is a great place to start.
Other ideas might include:-
- Lighting & Lamps
- Decorative items
- Scatter cushions & throws
Once you start the process of designing your ideal annexe floor plan you’ll either fall in love with the process or find yourself overwhelmed by it all.
That’s where we come in.
If you want expert advice to call upon when it comes to this all important part of designing your perfect garden annexe, we can help!
Our custom build annexe service is designed to do exactly that and more.
Looking for inspiration?
See more photos of this stunning custom build on site annexe by clicking here.
If You Are Thinking About Building A Garden Annexe Or Installing A Lodge In Your Garden & Don’t Know Where To Start Talk To Us First!
We’re available to discuss all aspects of your project :-
- Planning Permission
- Floor plans
- Mains Services & Connections
- Styles Available
- Budgets & Costings
- Commercial lease options available (not available for residential lodges)
All you have to do is CONTACT US.
If you want a friendly chat about your project over a cup of tea, try us out!
We know and understand all about social distancing & keeping you safe, we’ll be masked up & always maintain a safe distance. A lot of our survey is outside in the garden.
Annexes are like fine wine, they take time. So the sooner you begin the process the sooner you’ll get the keys to your new door & plan your moving in day.
Until then, all the best !
Diane Cossie, Contemporary Log Living (for all things Social, Digital & Design)