Rich, vibrant & tasteful. This year, your interior colour palette is anything but boring.
Pantone's 2019 colour of the year, living coral is a tropical punch in your interior colour palette. Bright and subtly bold, it adds a fun feel to your living space. Prefer muted tones? Add a slight touch of this vibrant colour by adding a scatter cushion, vase or a tasteful art piece.
Escape your stressful lifestyle by turning your home into a tranquil forest. Earthy greens set a harmonious and healing atmosphere. Give your walls a botanical splash of paint or envelope a reading corner in lush greens and fresh plants. Add bold statement pieces to a small room or create a leafy display across your entrance table. This is one of those colours that are best suited to big spaces however a touch of green always adds a breath of fresh air, no matter how small.
Step away from the sunflower yellow and take in the aroma of honey tones and vibrant mustards. Rich and tasteful, these shades add a shifting focus in your living area. Create a feature wall in a big space or highlight an area with vibrant décor items.
Amongst the rich hues and bold tones, millennial pink makes a subtle return. Pastel shades are swirling back into the interior colour palette but millennial pink steps up. Famously combined with marble features and gold accents, we are now seeing this stunning colour compliment dark greens, matt blacks and ruby reds. Kitchen, bedroom, living room or tableware, millennial pink will bring any interior together.
RICH JEWEL TONES
Jewel tones render a luxurious feel to your interior space. A fun way to introduce a deep tone is with your furniture. Sleek couches, vintage pedestals, modern chairs or plush ottomans. Timeless pieces that can be reupholstered are always worth a splurge. Not ready to commit? Incorporate jewel tones through centrepieces, gorgeous bouquets or a cluster of candle holders.
Think autumn leaves, a spice tray or blood orange. Energise your home with feature walls or contrasting furniture. Compliment your kitchen with colour lighting pendants or velvet ottoman chairs. Spread tonal reds across your interior pallet for a daring touch of colour.