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Inspirations: Colour Trends for 2019Tuesday 11 December 2018
Inspirations: Colour Trends for 2019 – Nowadays, self-expressive colours and non-traditional hues are becoming a favourite among designers and consumers alike. Whether you prefer brighter or bolder hues, colour is imperative in interiors as it adds vibrancy, character and style to one’s home decor. Now, CovetED has selected six colours that are bound to trend in the foreseeable future due to their shimmering and translucent qualities that are intrinsic to human development, as one simply cannot resist.
This gender-neutral colour adds a sense of freshness and serenity. It is an oxygenating tone that is often associated with futuristic developments, especially in science and technology while also maintaining a deep seeded connection with nature. Numerous trend forecasters and experts have unveiled that this pastel shade of green is set to dominate in the industries of interior design and fashion.
Evoking an ethereal touch to one’s interiors, this unique shade of blue is a combination of taupe, rosy pinks and ivory hues. It is a nostalgic tone that is best used in contrasted with antique and vintage pieces as well as muted shades. Reminiscent of the blue sky, this delicate palette uplifts the decor with its connotations of calmness, escapism and romantic nature.
Regarded as a natural evolution from Millennial pink, the soft and feminine appeal of Cloud Pink is indescribable. This light-toned pink connotes of sweetness and tenderness. When applied to interiors, it adds warmth and a more whimsical touch to one’s spaces.
Cantaloupe is a soft undertone of bright orange, lighter shades of red and mellow yellow Having a broad and fashionable appeal due to its melon-like appearance, this exceptionally versatile colour is a cross between earthy and pastel tones.
Featuring golden undertones, honey yellow is an earthy shade that has the natural prowess of easily complementing other warm colours, such as brown, green and red as well as neutral tones.
Highlighting a darker shade of the Terracotta colour, Tawny Brown is also a combination of red, orange and brown. This peachy autumn hue offers a warm and sophisticated look to interiors.
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