Everywhere we turn, we can’t help but see lively notes of this sea green hue cropping up… on velvet armchairs and kitchen cabinets or paired with mustard and blush pink for a beautiful mid century feel.
Now that we know what shades will be trending this season let’s take a moment to talk about a beautiful color combo that’s been shaking the interior design world for the past two years – pink and green. Sleek and luxurious, this lively pair is probably the very best of the springtime interior colour palette and it has been picking up speed since early 2017.
Pastels are still here, of course, but according to Pantone Colour Institute (the most famous colour authority in the world), seasons ahead will be coloured in rich, warm hues we usually associate with Autumn. We bring you Pantone colour predictions for Spring/Summer 2019, but also what we learned by analysing what runaways and the biggest furniture fairs brought so far. Let’s have a look at what’s cooking!
This vibrant eclectic space is quite the design feat. Not all of us have a designer’s natural eye though, so how we are meant to attempt something as daring as this AND pull it off? Read on and be filled with confidence!
Let’s explore why we are witnessing the yellow fever in interior design and learn how to use different shades of yellow in our homes (+ discover the Get the Look mood board with a shopping list ).
Rosewood, walnut, oak, teak… these are all beautiful woods. But occasionally it can be hugely rewarding to embrace colour, whether soft pastels or vibrant and bold hues. Below is a handful of vintage finds across some of our favourite shades from dusty pink to emerald green. See what sparks your imagination!
Five interior design tips for embracing the new Pantone Colour of 2019: Living Coral.
With optimism in our eyes and minds full of goals and plans for the year ahead, let’s take a moment to discover what’s new in the field of interior design and what interior trends will be everyone’s favorites in 2019.