When the world is so busy and the influences so many, how do we filter out the noise and focus on what matters? The Dulux Colour Forecast 2019 is all about creating your happy place and living your best life,
it’s about more than colour, it helps bring trends to life in your home through styling and accessories.
View the full forecast and colour trends at dulux.com.au
Repair helps us revive our relationship with nature and embrace a more holistic and ‘circular’ way of living. Our comfortable, carefree existence begins to fade into the past, as we adopt a wabi-sabi sensibility that appreciates the beauty in faults and flaws.
Mix your well-loved vintage pieces with new, modern furniture items to create a cosy, character-filled space. It’s the flea market finds and hand-me-down furniture that help to build stories and memories.
Our home is our temple, a place where we can ignite the senses through gentle, nurturing tones. A soothing tonal palette helps to create a room where you can switch off both visually and mentally. Beauty is found in subtle textural details and quiet colour accents.
Looking to learn from traditional crafts and techniques, Legacy takes iconic forms and elegant looks and marries them with modern statements of style. It calls up history’s most cherished classics and icons and adapts them to fit a new, modern vision. Rich, bold colour can be a powerful decorating tool. For a tonally immersive experience, call on variations within the same colour family.
Shelving is a perfect place to create little moments of interest. Mix up shapes and heights and mingle artworks and sculptural items alongside more traditional vases and vessels.
Rules and conventions are thrown out the window, freeing us up to experiment with
a bold and individualistic vision. Filled with fun and spirited energy, bursting with the spontaneity of youth and wild optimism, colour becomes the adrenaline for our senses.
You don’t need colour on every wall to make a daring and adventurous statement. Experiment with the smaller architectural details, applying a colour that will transform them into a special feature.