Inner Urban

Style Tips

  • Flooring should feature either a concrete look or aged timber
  • Keeping the natural core of the space exposed, brickwork is raw or only partially painted.
  • Add splashes of black and metallic to lift the modern element.
  • Black framed windows create drama and a sense of urbanity.
  • Take license to play with the unconventional. Bed bases may be low to the floor, suitcases can be used as bedside tables or other found-objects can be dotted around the space to add interest.
  • Add splashes of colour through artwork, books and cushions.
  • Inner Urban is about open living, so ensure there is a connection through adjacent spaces. Take the feature colour from a piece of artwork and reuse this as a highlight in kitchen furnishing, a dining chair or splashback.

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