Move over millennial pink. As a new year approaches, the latest colour trends will start to show their influence from fashion runways through to home decorating. Pantone declared ‘Ultra-Violet’ as the official colour of the year for 2018 and you can look forward to a much softer pastel shade in the coming year.
Expect to see muted pastels and bold vivid colours as two of the biggest colour trends in 2019. The effect certain colours have on us is heavily influenced by our past personal experiences. So, choose colours to decorate your home that make you feel good. Whether you opt for softer shades, or go for the more dramatic bold colours.
But when it comes to decorating your home, we all want the new season colours to stand the test of time. That way, we can easily change some home decor accents and keep up to date with the trends, because, after all – trends come and go. Getting your basics right, like selecting quality furniture in classic neutral colours will always stand the test of time (so, that is always a good start). Apply this by choosing classic neutrals when selecting leather lounges.
Let’s explore two of the latest colour palette trends for interior design
Muted pastels are the first colour palette you will see trending next year. Our love affair with muted shades of pink (thank you millennial pink) will continue on with other muted shades of colour such as soft pastel green. Pairing these soft colours with grey will create a relaxed space. Soothing warm neutrals are the perfect antidote to quieting the busy digital age we live in today. Favour warm neutrals for your furniture as your go-to, to switch off from the day and recharge.
Colours to feature prominently will include muted shades of green, purple and yellow. Think of colours like minty greens, moody mauves and sunny yellow hues.
Investing in an elegant leather lounge in a warm neutral is a style statement that will endure through time. Furniture in warm neutrals is perfect to safeguard against changing trends.
For colour inspiration, look no further than glorious gemstones to add energetic pops of colour. Precious stones are the influence behind this next colour palette trending in interior design. Bold splashes of colour will energise and invigorate you. Think citrine yellows, cobalt blues and emerald greens to brighten and infuse your day with energy.
The key to using this trend is to insert one statement piece of furniture in a vivid pop of colour.
Bold hues will create impact and these empowering colours will definitely brighten your life. To integrate this trend into your home, why not invest in a single armchair in a citrine inspired colour to create a bold statement.