Colour Trends for 2015 Interiors

Colour Trends for 2015 Interiors

Spring is always a wonderful season when nature reminds us afresh of how beautiful she is. This year the trend in Interiors is flowing with nature: with gorgeous colours some bright and eye catching, whilst others have a more subtle beauty. Natural elements are in with wood, stone and metallic.

If you are looking for a new look for your home, choose restful pastels, less sugary than in recent years, with Pink hues: use them with Khaki, Taupe, Brown, Mauve and Soft Apricot. Add dark woods, velvets and copper to give an easy-on-the-eye look.

Dulux have announced their Colour of the Year as Copper Blush…

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…whilst Pantone have gone with a deeper warm red, Marsala.

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And as you can see these colours are being used throughout the home.

But don’t worry if ‘pinky hues’ don’t do it for you, there is lots more to choose from!

Ochre Yellow is hot on the catwalk in 2015, and with Interiors and Fashion often walking a similar path Yellow is making a statement in fabrics, furniture, paint and accessories. Whether it’s creamy Custard or bold Sunflower, yellow can work with a variety of other colours from grey, blue, teal, brown and even pink!

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Blue comes in lighter than last year’s Navy with Sapphire, Royal and Cornflower.

If you love Green then look out for soft Mint Green, good in any room or Olive Green for a deep mature look.

More on this year’s trends soon.

If you would like discuss your home requirements please contact

9 Longmeadow, Brundall, Norwich, NR13 5LY

01603 713630   07859 420953

sandie@southlea-interiors.co.uk     www.southlea-interiors.co.uk   Find us on FACEBOOK

….loving your home

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