There’s no doubt that rugs are always a trend! While a piece of art or furniture tends to serve as the focal point of any room, what sits underneath them can make just as much of a statement or transform the space completely. So, we’re going to show you the colour trends for 2018 and also some interior décor ideas.
Last year we filled our homes with jungle prints, animal patterns, palm leaves, which provided our homes with a tropical and vivid colour environment. As a result of these fresh trends, Pantone Colour Institute chose Greenery as the colour of 2017.
This year the colour of the year is Ultra Violet. It communicates originality, ingenuity and visionary thinking that point us toward the future. This colour emphasizes the idea of living in a time that requires inventiveness and imagination.
Ready to start colour scheming for 2018? We are going to show you the eight palettes you can expect to see.
A palette made up of complementary blue and orange colours. It combines warm and cool tones that you just can’t avoid looking at.
Vegetal colours like Celery are combined with berry-infused purples and eggshell blue, symbolic of health.
Think "Minions." Bright yellow, lime popsicle, and all other things funcome together for this colour scheme.
Subtle hues such as Elderberry and Hawthorne Rose offer a new sense of strength. Pink has developed more power than ever before.
With warm, earthy hues such as Cornsilk Yellow blending with rosy tones, this palette reaches out and embraces many different cultures.
A palette of neutral metallics (AKA, the "new neutrals") with accents of dramatic Holly Berry red and yellow Sulfur.
This is an eclectic mix of colours that evokes a sense of strength, power and sophistication, all balanced with black and gold. Intense colours seem to be a natural application of our intense lifestyles and thought processes these days.
Bright turquoise, pink and purple colours anchored with Brilliant White and Frosted Almond nod to technology. This palette is all about hues that seem to shine from within.
Source: ELLE Décor Itália