A honeycomb backsplash makes for a playfully modern space.
Carlton House by Tom Robertson Architects represents a sleep black and white façade of minimalist design, whilst the back of the house has been transformed to an impressive black double-height space of interesting angles, with a graphic colour scheme combined with the original bricks, giving the house an urban edge.
Beautiful white and gray contemporary kitchen boasts gray herringbone floor tiles complementing charcoal gray shaker cabinets accented with aged brass knobs and vintage inset pulls and fitted with a stainless steel dishwasher and a La Cornue Range.
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In 2018, interior style is all about rejecting conformity to achieve a particular “look” and embracing imperfections. Individual touches have never been so big and anything with a touch of whimsy gets full marks. Basically, 2018 is bringing about the death of monochrome and minimalism and the rise of eclectic hygge-ness.