Colours of the Moment.

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The warmth of earthy tones is here to stay . Dusty pinks and natural tones have been in the spot light with interior design for the past year and it shows no sign of letting up. Pinky hues still reign supreme for SS19. With Pantone’s Colour of the Year being Living Coral, this has only emphasised the current love for this range of hues. Living coral its self is a natural bright colour which “symbolizes optimism and joyful pursuits”.

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The Living Coral bright tone can be seen as more of an accent. Veering towards russets, reddish pinks and ochre shades. These can be found in many fabric and paint collections of the coming year. With Dulux, another heavyweight in interior colour, launching Spiced Honey as their own colour of 2019. All these tones are closely linked and when paired with new neutrals can create a simple paired back Mediterranean palette.

When adding these new neutrals and terracotta peach tones to your interior they often need a contrast. This can be achieved with deep forest greens or richer burgundies.   A warmer feel is then achieved throughout the room. Also adding highlights of cream and off white shades make a cohesive palette.

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Another colour that is ever popular, especially when it comes to interior fabrics is Mustard. adding a bright bold pop of gold can really bring life to a neutral decor.

Mustard yellow still holds that style and warmth especially when added to upholstery and can add a punch when placed next to modern colours. This gold is here to stay and can be adapted with wall colour and cushions. 

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