Top colour trends for interiors in 2018

TOP COLOUR TRENDS FOR 2018 INTERIORS

Interior Colour Trends to look out for in 2018

Each year there are groups of colours that dominate stores and interiors blogs. Championed by magazines they help customers develop their own home style schemes, influencing with curated collections of home accessories and furniture.

Here's our top picks for colours that will be part of the 2018 interiors scene

Blush

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Soft and delicate but very practical. Blush is a easy going shade that works wonderfully when contrasted with darker hues but is equally at home with neutral hues such as popular pale grey.

Burgundy

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When Pantone announced their shade of the year was Ultra Vlolet it was clear purple was going to have a moment in 2018. Burgundy is purple's older more sophisticated sibling and its rich jewel tones add lustre and an expensive quality wherever its used. 

Pink

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Millenial pink shows no sign of losing its popularity. Expect to see this salmony pale pink splashed all over the interiors pages along side bolder pinks for contrast.

Teal

A truly versatile shade that works well in a contemporary setting, teal provides a welcome relief to neutral schemes and works harmoniously with pink and other spectrum blues.
 

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Colbalt Blue

Colbalt blue, especially when combined with teal, takes on a marine quality. Deep, shades when used with white are reminiscent of sun soaked Greek islands and when toned with deeper shades Colbalt takes on a confident tone and creates a modern feel to your space.

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Top Colour trends for interiors for 2018

Later this month we'll be at NYNOW in New York to launch our colour designs for SS18 and will expect to see these shades dominate the show. If you can't make it to the show to see them for yourself then take a look at our new season shades here

And if you want more colour inspiration head to our Pinterest boards