Colour Trends for Winter/Spring 2019

Our key trend predictions - Winter Warmth, Spring Fresh and Extreme Accents encompass the warmth and belonging of natural tones, with a move towards the fresh, light tones of new beginnings. Team these with bright pops of colour to make a statement in your own home.

Winter warmth

To see us through the rest of the winter we look towards sparkly finishes like glitter glaze, and our love affair with deep colours such as the trend for using black as a feature wall continues. Natural and organic tones including terracottas like Venetian Red and deep greens like Angelica and Deep Adam Green endure.

Spring Fresh

For Spring 2019 we move towards fresh bright colours that signify a new start – think clean, light, airy and familiar. Embla, Esterhazy, Camisole Pink and Porcelain Blue all feature. Greys, while still popular, will begin to be eclipsed by neutrals inspired by nature, think stone, sand and pearl shades like Marble Dust, Pearl White and Pale Cashmere. 

Misty mid blues comfort and provide a calm backdrop for our busy lives. Shades such as Pompadour, Swedish Blue and Braze Blue combine with minimalist neutrals like White Doe and Pantry White.

Extreme accents

Clean bright accents illustrate an injection of enthusiasm and hope for the future. Inject zingy pops of colour into a calm backdrop for maximum impact. Pantone has announced their colour of 2019 to be Living Coral, a bright, animated colour which is perfect for use as an accent.Team coral toned cushions and upholstery with blues on the wall or bright yellow paint accents. Stronger colours from the 1829 range such as Lamplighter, Cadmium and Persian Rose are perfect accent colours. 

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    1. Cadmium
      Cadmium

      1829

      Renaissance orange evoking the sun-soaked walls of Italy. A melting tone for a harmonic dining-room backdrop. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.

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    2. Esterhazy
      Esterhazy

      1829

      A soft, silvery pewter grey. Lends an understated elegance where combined on both walls and mouldings. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.

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    3. Lamplighter
      Lamplighter

      1829

      Brilliantly coloured, this dark, noble cadmium yellow with plenty of heat brings life and vibrancy to a room. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.

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    4. Pale Cashmere
      Pale Cashmere

      1829

      Graded, graceful limestone colour that harmonises with greenery. Perfect in a room that opens onto a garden. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.

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    5. Persian Rose
      Persian Rose

      1829

      Velvety with the warmth of autumn fruits. A colour used in the lavish rugs and textiles of Ancient Persia. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.

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    6. Pompadour
      Pompadour

      1829

      Expressive, elegant blue named after the sophisticated Madame de Pompadour - a leader of 18th century taste. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.

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    7. Swedish Blue
      Swedish Blue

      1829

      A pale, powdery and cloud-like blue - a fitting companion to 20th century Scandinavian furniture and ceramics. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.

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    8. White Doe
      White Doe

      1829

      A soft and pinkish white with a hint of lustre evocative of the tones in the hide of a young Doe. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.

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