Big Colors of 2019

February 1, 2019

Whether you swear by them or steer clear of them, the interior world, however, is seized by them. What are we talking about? Trends, of course! The design cognoscenti have given their verdict on the trends that will be reigning supreme this year.

Dab hands and dilettantes alike have already started adopting the prescribed silhouettes, furniture styles, and neoteric materials. What is, however, of huge interest to us is the development in colors. After all, we are a soft furnishings brand that deeply relies on color, so naturally, we need to keep our fingers on the pulse of what's in vogue.

Here are the hues that are going to be BIG this year that we are excited to incorporate them into our furnishings mix-

 

#1: Coral

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Unlike last year's Ultra Violet, which drew strong responses from the design fraternity, Coral has been received quite well. What's nothing to like about it? It communicates a playful, energetic, and spirited vibe. And pairs beautifully well with the ever prevailing blues, greys, and yellows. An upholstered mid-century modern accent chair drenched in coral totally fits in with our vision of this effervescent hue.

 

#2:  Woody Vibe

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Looks like there's going to be autumn all year long and we aren't complaining. While we very much enjoyed the 'more is more' maximalism boldness, our eyes were longing for subtlety, which the woody palette promises to provide profusely. Well, they can't ever disappear from the design horizon you see, as they are the ones that bring out the best from other colors and create a cocooning living environment with their inherent coziness. We can picture a brown-kissed bedroom with a hint of muted purple (see the plush comforter and pillow mix), it's oh-so-chic!

 

#3:  Citrus Pump

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We have always had a thing for those juicy pops -chartreuse, tangerine, grapefruit, citrine, so on and so forth. Pantone's color of the year also comes from this zesty family. If you want to use them lock, stock, and barrel - make sure to go with their subdued hues. They work particularly well as accent pieces and are often used to breathe life into nondescript settings.

 

#4: Jewel Tones

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Nothing conveys luxury and sophistication as aptly as jewel tones. These gem-inspired tones are alluring and magical but with that said, they are also strong and bold, which means you'll need to think twice before using them in your decor scheme. We propose a safe and chic approach - introduce jewel-tones with interior accessories like cushions, throws, headboards or blankets. For those leaning toward creative adventurism - statement walls suffused with emerald green would be bang for your buck! 

 

#5: Range of reds

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Equal parts striking and tricky, red is another color that we will be seeing a lot this year. On the one hand there will be revitalizing shades of red like berries that will add just the right amount of chutzpah and drama without screaming for attention; while on the other there will be reticent and creamy rusts that which will allow other colors to pop against them as well as be used to add gravitas and depth in settings calling for a grownup feel.

 

#6: Earthy Green

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There's something very comforting and therapeutic about earthy greens. Apart from being gender neutral and versatile, these earthy hues which include forest green, olive green, moody green, et al help bring the outside in without making their presence felt overly. They nudge us to reconnect with nature and evoke a sweet sense of nostalgia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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