We’ve seen some beautiful colour trends this season: bold tones with big personalities, earthy shades and unexpected blends… Have you been keeping up with what’s hot this winter?
Interior design has seen a swing back to basics this year. It’s all about fusing modern luxury with a natural aesthetic in the ultimate hygge experience.
Top Winter Colour Trends
1. Potter’s Clay
This warm, terracotta tone reminds us of ancient homes in the Mediterranean. It’s simple yet strong and it works with warm reds and yellows, cool navy blues and neutrals like white and grey.
Try it out as a blanket colour on your feature wall or in accent pieces like cushions or throws to ground your entire colour palette.
2. Bodacious Pink
Blush pink‘s grown-up sister is bodacious! We love the playful yet mature feel of this pink shade. Ideal for winter, this warm shade brings depth to your colour palette. Plus, it looks fabulous well into spring and summer!
Contrast bodacious pink with pure black for a ‘modern floral’ vibe. Or in bold features like your floor rug or bedding for maximum impact!
3. Cobalt Blue
Blue is everlasting, as far as we’re concerned! Beautiful in navy or as an airy touch of sky. Cobalt is a deep blue (not quite navy) with just a dash of electric energy.
Perfectly balanced with the broody atmosphere of winter, cobalt looks luxurious but won’t weigh you down.
Try cobalt in your living area or bedroom for a deluxe edge in any space you want to relax.
4. Olive Green
Keeping in theme with the earthy tones, olive green is breaking through as an accent colour this season. You might not love it, but it’s here!
Olive green gives a more masculine feel to your decor so its camo-inspired colour is ideal for shared areas.
Is it grey? Is it beige? We’re not sure! But it’s a neutral that’s not too neutral, if you know what we mean 🙂
Similarly to terracotta, spicy mustard is a colour that combines warmth with mid-century personality. It’s having a revival since it’s days in the 70s and we’re loving it!
Best friend to bodacious pink is amethyst purple. These two go perfectly together and with other jewel tones.
Jewel tones have been ‘in’ for a while now, with emerald, sapphire and ruby red. Amethyst is a little left of centre but just as luxurious. Look for it in velvet textures for extra oomph!
Okay, so this isn’t a colour! But it’s definitely a texture trend with a honey-coloured tone of its own.
Try it out as a classic cork board in your office for pinning practicality, or go bold with a whole wall overhaul!
Image credit: Petra Bindel