What really makes a room? Some say it’s the furnishings while others recommending changing your colour scheme to transform the room. If you’re in the mood for a different palette you might want to look at some of the trends for 2019.
If you see examples of how mustard yellow can completely change a room you will understand why this colour is ruling in 2019. The retro feel is easy to fall in love with as feelings of happiness wash over you with this tranquil colour scheme.
Ultra violet is one of the bolder colours that will dominate in 2019. It works in any living space and will make a statement when you have visitors. Don’t be afraid to get adventurous with ultra violet in your kitchen, living room or even the bathroom.
Crimson needs some consideration because the colour can be overwhelming in rooms that are small or don’t get much light. You can create contrast with the darker colour by painting doors, frames and ceilings in white.
Get inspired for your next trip to a tropical locale with ocean blue for living spaces. This happiness inspiring colour isn’t overpowering so it is ideal for every room. Just make sure to break up the main colour with neutral colours throughout the room.
Muted colours such as soft greyish green are becoming extremely popular for kitchens and bathrooms. The colours may not scream at you but you will feel peaceful and relaxed in the two most utilized rooms in your home.
Here is a fresh colour that is popular with interior designers and professional painters. It’s referred to as an autumn colour, which is made obvious by the name. However, homeowners find that autumn maple continues to look fresh no matter the season.
Yellow is one of the most underrated colour choices available, yet it is constantly being championed by those who compile trending colours each year. Bright and bold, yellow will bring a lot of light into a room. Sometimes it may be too much; in which case, painting your furniture yellow instead of walls creates better contrast.
Southern Australian homeowners remain faithful to the timeless modern appeal of emerald. If you want to bring your living spaces into 2019, this is a colour that tells the world that you are moving forward to better things in your future.
Never rule out black as a powerful colour in any room. The mistake that homeowners often make with black is using it on every wall in the room. As a feature wall, black and make a room sleek and powerful when contrasted with lighter colours around the space.
White is sometimes boring, bland and dull. Stone white, on the other hand, is a much warmer colour that will allow you to bring some light to a room without compromising that homely feeling. With stone white you get all the benefits of a neutral colour with the added bonus of a room has depth in colour.
Don’t worry if you prefer to stick to traditional design in your home; olive is a colour that is in vogue in 2019. Ideal for main walls, millwork and trim, olive will maintain that homely feel that you get from a traditional property.
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