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Dulux Colour Forecast 2019

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Dulux Colour Forecast 2019

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be invited to a Dulux event to launch their colour forecast of 2019 and today I get to share with you the four colour pallets you will be seeing in 2019 interior trends.

The Dulux team spends half of the year travelling between design shows seeing the latest interior trends and colour pallets and then translates them into colours that will work for the Australian market.

My favourite colour pallet is ‘Wholeself’ it has beautiful dusty pinks and soft colours that pair together in the most gorgeous way. It’s a pallet that I’m sure would tie back into most of your homes and existing decor.

Everything Dulux does is at its best and the styling shots below are just a few that made a very hard time just choosing four. Styled in two very different ways you have the colour pallets in homes and also super editorial shots showing the full capability and bringing imagination alive.

 

Identity Pallet

‘The Identity palette speaks to the rule breaker in all of us. Clashing patterns, quirky combinations and no-holds-barred brights come to the fore, bringing with them a sense of optimism and cheer.’

Dulux Colour Trends 2018 – Identity Palette. Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Mike Baker & Lisa Cohen.

 

Legacy

‘With a focus on craftsmanship and an improvement in traditional skills, classic forms are envisaged and combined in modern and contemporary surroundings. The result is a nod to the elegant past and present, combining eclectic patterns and block colour. The Legacy palette features saturated colour in warm hues of pale pinks, lilacs and mauves, with accents of red, blue and green to punctuate the scheme.’

Dulux Colour Forecast 2018 – Legacy Palette. Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen & Mike Baker.

 


Repair Pallet

‘The Repair palette takes its cues from our need to examine our consumption and waste, favouring vintage, sustainable, repurposed and recyclable products. Comprising neutrals alongside dirty greens, yellow and earthy hues of cinnamon and sienna, Repair’s colours exude warmth and a vintage-feel.’


Dulux Colour Forecast 2019 –Repair Palette. Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen & Mike Baker.

Wholeself

‘With an overwhelming need to pare back, digitally-detox and mono-task, rather than multi-task in our busy lives, when at home the Wholeself palette celebrates minimalism through undulating forms. It also details sumptuous texture and block colour of cosy pinks, offset against warm neutrals, golds and mauve-greys.’

Dulux Colour Forecast 2019 –– Wholeself Palette. Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Mike Baker & Lisa Cohen.

 

I saved the best to last didn’t I? Let me know below in the comments if you plan on bringing any of these colours into your home.