Soft Satin, such as Hare by Crown Paint, is an elegant, delicate hue that brings subtle sophistication to a scheme. It’s a pale shade that has a warm tone, so is great for small rooms that need a hint of colour without overpowering the space. It’s cosy for winter but also bright and optimistic, perfect for a revamp in Spring. Match walls in this shade with a toning off-white for woodwork and pick out architecture, such as a wooden fire surround or door, in a toning shade of grey.
If you’re trying to find a new color scheme for your room, you need to check out these designer color palettes! If you’re craving bright pops of color or soft and soothing neutrals, these designers have interesting and innovative palettes that will inspire you. Plus, we have the paint match for each color, making things simple and easy for you! You’re sure to find a shade that appeals to your style.
You have to take these predictions with a pinch of salt – just what is a ‘colour of the year’ anyway? I try to approach them with a bit of skepticism, but they can be both interesting and quite useful if you work in interiors. I was a bit turned off by the whole Radiant Orchid thing from Pantone last year – for a few weeks Twitter went absolutely crazy with a fairly ugly shade of deep purple. It seemed (to me) like such a dated colour, and didn’t remotely reflect the trends I had seen…
THE NEW CLASSIC
Green and pink interiors and home decor inspiration. How to create the look, trend alert, the new classic colour combination. Brass gold black grey accents. Peach pink.
Living Room | Peignoir | Farrow & Ball This grey pink has a romantic feel inspired by the chiffon gowns in which ladies traditionally brushed their hair in boudoirs. Created by giving the softest of pinks a big dose of grey, this colour has the ability to feel traditional and modern at the same time.