When faced with redecorating a small space, it’s natural to be drawn to light, bright neutral hues that you’ve been told will open up even the pokiest spaces. But choosing a brave, dark colour can be much more effective, creating a cool, dramatic look with an on-trend vibe. From moody hallways to sultry bathrooms, we’ve enlisted the help of some top designers from our SheerLuxe Interiors Panel, to give their tips on how to work dark shades into your home…

How To Use Dark Shades In Small Spaces

Chic dark blue powder room features a marble wall mounted sink finished with a polished brass faucet kit mounted beneath a Restoration Hardware Bristol Flat Mirror fixed to a dark navy blue painted wall.

Contemporary bathrooms are all about clean lines and uncluttered spaces. A neutral colour palette adds to the sense of simplicity.

The interiors of apartment 140 m. In the LCD Mirax park, Architectural bureau Alexandra Fedorova

White marble moment.

The master bathroom features a Soho tub by Water Monopoly. (Photo: Brittany Ambridge for The New York Times)

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9 Ghost Stations and Abandoned Subways

abandoned london tube station aldwych Ghost Stations: 9 Abandoned Subways and Rapid Transit Systems. This would be a very cool place to film a movie!

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