One of the hardest parts of changing up your interiors is choosing a new colour scheme. It may be difficult but interior colour direction is such an important part of a holistic design that flows beautifully throughout your home. If you’re looking for a new direction for your interior and not sure which way to head, here are three on-trend schemes to set the mood of change.
1. Relaxed Coastal Vibes
At this time of year Christmas at the beach seems like a distant memory and we are hanging out for our perfect warm weekends to unwind and enjoy the sunshine. I tend to wonder, why not have this holiday feeling all year round and bring a little summer to your interior? There’s nothing more relaxing and soothing than coming home to cool coastal colours after a busy day.
Dulux have a fabulous curated palate of soft coastal colours and using this as a guide is a great way to know what colours and tones work best together. You can then introduce timbers, tile, fabrics and accessories to this palette to complete the look.
2. Garden Greens
If you are already thinking about the cooler autumn months ahead, then look towards Haymes 2017 colour trends for inspiration. The lush greens and deep clay and tans work really well teamed with natural stones and rich textural fabrics. Accent this using foliage and crafted objects like coloured glass and ceramics to create a welcoming layered interior. So go ahead, embrace the autumn interior design trends and introduce some natural colour into your home.
3. Cuban Colour
If you are all about the vibrance, colour and mood of a room then head to Cuba. Cuba is a travel destination that is so hot right now and a place where you can immerse yourself in a wonderful and confident use of colour and pattern with what seems like no rules, kind of like the furniture and interior design features offered on websites such as Lulu & Georgia right now. A great way to bring this into your own home is with wallpaper and fabrics, and anchor these with timber complimentary colours.
Elitis have rich collection of wallpapers and from these you can select some unique base colours to work with. This trend is gutsy but if you commit it will be well worth the result. Not unlike the travel time to get to Cuba!
If this hasn’t quite cut it and you’re after some more colour inspo, head over to our blog on Pantone’s 2017 colour predictions.Coastal, Colour Palettes, Expert Advice, Interior Design, Interior Design Tips and Tricks, Interior Inspiration, pantone, Pantone Colour of the Year