Colour brings life into any space, whether it’s a wall in a room or your choice of clothes or your furniture and drapes; colour brightens anything. Looking at the Colour Trends for 2021 that befit luxury furniture as well as walls, interaction with experienced sizeable paint companies comes into play.
The luxury interior design world sets its own pace, without trailing trends. It takes a classier, wide-ranging approach, playing around with palettes out of the standard often used ones. The intention here is to assist you in identifying something here that’ll tickle your fancy. If you don’t, reach out and let’s discuss your personal tastes and preferred palettes.
Rhythm is the key to the advancement of the natural world. The same sense of harmony extends to the way we live and design our unique sense of nature. Slow and quick. Quiet and auspicious. Physical and virtual. The 40 fashion colours that take form in four pallets: Continuum, Sanctuary, Tapestry, and Encounter, add a lovely rhythm to life in your own right.
Graham & Brown has revealed its 2021 Color of the Year: Epoch to compliment the Timepiece wallpaper style. Epoch, a directional plum hue, points out and amplifies the finest purple intensity in the timepiece wallpaper, funnelling the shade’s merriment, royalty, and comfort. The hue of the Epoch paint calms and cocoons the passage of time and provides the possibility of reconstituting, reflecting and rediscovering history.
Our first ever Paint Color Palette of the year presents natural hues that are reassuring, caring and positive, directed at those who can genuinely accept conscientiousness and purpose. The colour trio celebrates all sorts of beauty. It appeals to the individuals who offer attention to soul, body and well-being. Brave ground— wet, neutral and natural, a capable and stabilizing colour, is the Dulux Color of the Year for 2021. It is also a multifaceted hue that brightens most colours.
Kept in 21 colours and six themes, this is an ode to the enhanced warmth and calming ability of a household that has continued to sport a lot of hats during the pandemic. Their versatility is a crucial feature that binds colour together. Shades such as Voyage — an intense blue, almost philosophical shade – will inspire you with a little zen. Also, a hue you might see if you’re by the beach, the pale conch pink Seaside Villa Hue.
A Brief Word on MetallicsRegardless of how they come into use, the metallic hue is likely to turn any ordinary wall into a fashionable look, this spring. Metallic shimmer will be critical for 2021.
Trends in interior design shift all the time, and maintaining them above par can be difficult. There’s nothing worse than choosing a design theme and finding that it’s over by the time you’re finished. Many people have changed their attitudes to life in 2020, and many want this year to flee.
We will start seeing more deliberately built and practical buildings. Now we’re all at home; we will see a spike in home renovation departments. When planning a home office, if your space is limited, you don’t have to compromise on your layout. Find contemporary styles that optimize purpose – drawers, shelves and surfaces – while retaining slim silhouettes.