Dulux Colour Forecast 2019
The future of interiors
Itâ€™s time to Repair our connection with nature Rituals of wellness to restore your Wholeself A Legacy of eclectic elegance Building a bold and spirited Identity
FROM THE DULUX COLOUR EXPERT
“It’s incredible how colour can have such a positive and calming effect on our wellbeing” Davina
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Parisian table lamp by Nat Cheshire for Resident
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he colour team at Dulux loves to research, explore and embrace new colour directions. We have been on this journey for nearly 20 years and it’s such a delight to trace our early beginnings and observe the beautiful evolution of colour trends that has helped to shape the past two decades in design. This year saw a record number of people visit the world’s biggest design fair, the Milan Furniture Fair. This was my third visit and once again it reinforced just how much colour and colour combinations are constantly evolving and how closely related they are to social and economic events. Colour is a powerful tool and we are using it more and more to help identify our spaces and define functional rooms.Confidence in colour continues to rise and we are seeing beautiful combinations that break with tradition to inspire living and working spaces that explore a new, bespoke feel. The overall theme of the Dulux Colour Forecast 2019 is ‘Filter’ something we all have to do in today’s busy world if we want to not only survive but nurture ourselves and thrive. Filter helps us to tap out of all the distractions and instead focus on things that move and inspire us. We are excited to share the Dulux Colour Forecast 2019 where you will discover all the inspiration you need to find your personal colours, and understand how colour can transform your space into an incredible sanctuary. One that’s perfect for yourself, your family, or those that share your home.
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Above and left Colourful installation at Palazzo Stamskin; No trend goes unnoticed by the Dulux team
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Curate your life through colour and style.
The designers and retailers bringing the Dulux Colour Forecast to life.
REPAIR A natural, earthy palette to repair and revive.
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A palette to centre the mind and ignite the senses.
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IDENTITY Bold, fun and spirited colours to entice your creative calling.
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LEGACY Colours that infuse classic elegance with sophisticated edge.
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Colour & Design Specialist, Dulux NZ
Creative Director, Dulux Colour Forecast
As the Colour Specialist for Dulux New Zealand, Davina travels to the Milan Furniture Fair each year with Andrea and Bree, applying her interior design and colour expertise to help shape each year’s Dulux Colour Forecast. “My favourite trend this year is Wholeself because of the beautiful colour combinations and the huge influence that colour has on our wellbeing,” says Davina. “My favourite colours this year are Dulux Wainui Beach and Ohai Half as these soft greens are timeless and easy to live with.” She is passionate about New Zealand design and excited to see local designers represented in this year’s colour forecast. Among her top designer pieces: “Parisian table lamp by Nat Cheshire and Resident, Gidon Bing’s ceramic Sculpture Maquette 02 and the elegant Line table lamp from Douglas & Bec.”
As the Creative Director behind the Dulux Colour Forecast, Bree collaborates closely with Andrea and Davina to create each year’s trend predictions. Bringing the trend concepts to life, Bree produces and styles the images and art directs the digital magazine. Bree is passionate about interpreting interior trends into beautifully styled spaces that are aesthetically appealing and rich in narrative. Her unique talent for styling inspires others to create new styles and looks for their own home spaces. “I adore making a bold statement with colour so I’m drawn to the trend Identity where practically anything goes,” she says. Among her top designer pieces: “Jardan’s new Art House Collection, and the Salt Plains Rug by Alexander Lotersztain for Stylecraft.”
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Colour can add an exciting new dimension to an otherwise white or neutral space. Not only can colour personalise your special place, it can help you create a specific feel or mood. Your home is your sanctuary, so be courageous with colour and create living spaces that reflect your unique sense of style.
Colour & Communications Manager, Dulux
Andrea Lucena-Orr researches colour trends, presenting her findings to media, trade and retail markets. Travelling to Milan Design Week with Davina and Bree solidified their concepts and insights for the Dulux Colour Forecast. “I adore working with colour and experimenting with unusual hue combinations” Andrea says, highlighting Repair as her top trend. “My colour highlights for 2019 are Dulux Benhar and Silver Thaw. Benhar holds a beautiful richness and depth perfect for formal spaces. Silver Thaw is a neutral tone with subtle grey and mauve undertones.” @DULUXAUS
Lisa Cohen is an Australian-based photographer specialising in interiors, food, lifestyle and still life. Growing up in a multi-generational family of architects, it was only natural that Lisa develop a love for interiors and design. This led her to London, where she worked as a concept stylist on interiors magazines, before moving into photography. Since then Lisa has shot interiors, food and lifestyle images for large national brands, small independent clients and magazines worldwide. @LISACOHENPHOTO
Transforming your personal spaces can begin with the Dulux Most Loved Whites and Neutrals. Once you have selected your perfect white (whether it’s a warm or cool white) you can then immerse yourself in the inspiring images from this Dulux Colour Forecast 2019. The following pages contain lots of fresh and inspiring colours – and ideas for bringing them into your home. Due to limitations of your display screen and the printing process, photographic and printed images and swatches may not represent true colour. If you love the colours from our trends we recommend you review your selected colours in accurate Dulux Colour Chips, Large Colour Swatches or Sample Pots. VIEW OFFLINE
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When the world is so busy and the influences so many, how do we filter out the noise and focus on what really matters?
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With our smart devices fired up and technology working at full blast, it can be hard to get a break between all the updates, reminders and invitations. We often find ourselves blocking out the negative to focus on the positive. We ‘Like’ the things that humour and please us and unfollow the things that don’t. We find happiness and confidence in opening our minds to new influences and curating our own personal vision. We mindfully tap-in to the issues we care about. The Dulux Colour Forecast 2019 joins us on our personal journey with a diverse and contrasting palette that at once nurtures and empowers us. Tonal and saturated hues offer a varied spectrum of colours to help us create spaces that encourage us to engage or help us to disconnect. In 2019, it’s all about creating your own happy place and living your best life.
Itâ€™s time to heal our rifts with nature
Wall in Dulux Otatara, background wall in Big Lagoon From left: Trenza floor cushion in Verde Mix by Valentina Hoyos, Halcyon Lake; Old Yarn Fun Tulu rug, Loom Rugs; Vintage Maralunga two-seat sofa by Vico Magistretti for Cassina in rich toffee leather, Modern Times; Bleached Solid Timber Stool, Safari Living; Sula vase by Pietro Bastia for Incipit, Meizai; Stoneware vase with handles by Britt Neech, Pepite; Contemporary Japanese Oribe vase by Tanahashi Jun with Kintsugi repair, Kazari; Large Industrial Light, Gidon Bing Ceramics; Fri easy chair by Jaime Hayon for Fritz Hansen, Cult Design; Flocca linen blanket in Russo, Hale Mercantile Co; Books, magazines, plants & decorative timber stand, Homeownerâ€™s.
The raw and refined live alongside one another in perfect wabi-sabi harmony
COLOUR TIP Dulux Otatara is a dramatic yet grounding feature colour that is a perfect match for earthy hues and a harmonious partner for materials of timber and stone.
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Product Tip Dulux Wash&Wear® Matt provides a stylish matt finish without compromising on washability or durability.
ometimes it feels impossible to fix everything that is wrong with the world. From our personal bubble of connectivity and comfort, we watch on as Mother Nature fights the forces of over-population and reduced biodiversity and realise that we can make a difference. Repair helps us revive our relationship with nature and embrace a more holistic and ‘circular’ way of living. Our comfortable, carefree existence begins to fade into the past, as we adopt a wabi-sabi sensibility that appreciates the beauty in the faults and flaws. As we heal our rifts with nature, we fill our spaces with humble and authentic tones, inviting in an interplay of beautiful imperfections. The worn and weathered is reborn alongside the new and modern. Optimism and peace is restored. Left Details as before This page Wall in Dulux Kohukohunui, ceiling in Cardrona From left: Plants & planter, Homeowner’s; Boho Palm Green cushion, Kip & Co; Trenza floor cushion in custom mix by Valentina Hoyos, Halcyon Lake; ‘Vessel in Monochrome’ original artwork by Antoinette Ferwerda, Antoinette Ferwerda; Hanging plant, Homeowner’s; Double Planter by Debbie Pryor, Pepite; Stones & vase, Homeowner’s; Japanese Shino pottery studio vase by Ichiyo Nakajima, Kazari; Zoe Small chair by Lievore Altherr Molina for Verzelloni, Stylecraft; French Flax Linen double sided blanket, Click On Furniture.
Wall in Dulux Ohai Half, wall in Manaia (bedroom), wall in Otatara (right) Featured Nisqui adipsamus, officiet mod qui TIP From left:COLOUR Basket & plant, Homeowner’s; Zoe Small chair consequatur as serorep erchil ipsa conserum by Lievore Altherr for Verzelloni, Stylecraft; experaerum illiqueMolina sequibearum, que porro vellabo. French Nisqui adipsamus, officiet mod qui consequatur as Trenza flax linen double sided blanket, Click On Furniture; serorep erchil ipsa conserum rug in Verde mix & Sienna mixexperaerum by Valentinaillique Hoyos, Halcyon sequibearum. Nisqui adipsamus, officiet mod Lake; Gray 07 armchair by Paola Navone for Gervasoni, qui consequatur serorep erchil ipsa conserum Anibou; Essentialas Cuban linen & velvet cushion in Tan, experaerum illiqueCircular sequibearum. Voyager Interiors; coffee table by Hans Wegner for PP Mobler in oak, Modern Times; Column Vase by Iggy & Lou Lou, Pepite; Pedestal Bowl by Rachel Carter, Kaolin; Small Confetti Vase by Home by Harlequin, Pepite; Double Planter by Debbie Pryor, Pepite; Books & magazines, Stylist’s own; Tea Bowl by Duncan Shearer (on bookcase), Kaolin; Wooden bowl by Fuga (on bookcase), Hub Furniture; Bowl (on bookcase), Homeowner’s; Herring sofa by Cameron Foggo for Nonn, District; Essential Topaz linen & velvet cushion, Voyager Interiors; Vev & Baerolo cushions, L&M Home; Burton Ochre throw & cushion (in bedroom), L&M Home; Burin side table by Patricia Urquiola for Vaccarbe, Hub Furniture; Large Confetti Vase by Home by Harlequin, Pepite; Old Terracotta Vase in large, Fenton & Fenton.
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Styling Tip Mix your well-loved vintage pieces with those new, modern furniture items to create a cosy, character-filled space. It’s the flea market finds and hand-medown furniture that help to build stories and memories.
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Wall in Dulux Cobbler, wall in Cape Colville (above brick and bulkhead in kitchen), ceiling in Cardrona
Uplifting colours smooth out the rough edges with their authentic optimism
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From left: Dining table, Homeowner’s; Chinese Provincial Qing Dynasty Elm bench, Kazari; Ceramic sculpture & basket with cactus, Homeowner’s; Clay Object by Paola Paronetto, Fanuli; Watering Can by Simone Karras, Pepite; 19 th Century Qing Dynasty Chinese Provincial green painted Elm stool, Kazari; ‘Asparagus’ & ‘Carrots’ original artworks by Ali Wood, Fenton & Fenton; 19 th Century Chinese Provincial grey painted four legged Elm stool, Kazari; Timber head, House of Orange; Clay object by Paola Paronetto (on table), Fanuli; Plant & pot (on table), Homeowner’s; 19 th Century Qing Dynasty Chinese Yellow Painted Pine stool & Provincial Green Painted Elm stool, Kazari; Wooden bowl by Fuga, Hub Furniture; Double Planter by Debbie Pryor, Pepite; Sula Vase by Pietro Bastia for Incipit, Meizai; Crockery (in island bench), Homeowner’s
Wall in Dulux Riverton
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From left: Plant & pot, Homeowner’s; Timber pendant in natural American oak, Apparentt; ‘Antares’ original artwork by Antoinette Ferwerda, Antoinette Ferwerda; Basix stripe pillowcases in Roy/Sable, Flocca pure linen flat sheet in Sable & Flocca linen blanket in Russo, Hale Mercantile Co.
Styling Tip — Create memorable vignettes by grouping new and treasured items together. Use texture and a colour of interest to add a visual highlight.
Wall in Dulux Cobbler From left: Double Planter by Debbie Pryor, Pepite; Books, Homeowner’s; Wooden bowl by Fuga, Hub Furniture; Basket with cactus, Homeowner’s; Clay Object by Paola Paronetto, Fanuli; Watering Can by Simone Karras, Pepite.
Product Tip To help visualise the colour in your space use a Large Colour Swatch or a Dulux Sample Pot.
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Botanical greens make a vibrant statement against more earthy tones
Wall (rear) in Dulux Hidden Depths, wall (right) in Big Lagoon From left: Hanging plant, Homeowner’s; TriAngle stool by Aldo Bakker for Karakter Copenhagen, Cult Design; Small ceramic vessel, Homeowner’s; Shibori Vase, Renee Boyd Ceramics; Rug, Homeowner’s; Plant & planter, Homeowner’s.
COLOUR TIP Staying within a colour family is an easy way to create a harmonious colour scheme. Combine yellowbased green with mustard and warm timber finishes for a cohesive look and feel.
Wall in Dulux Cornstalk Bags, Homeowner’s; Flocca linen bath towel in Sable, Hale Mercantile Co; Hanging plant, Homeowner’s; Flocca linen hand towel in Russo, Hale Mercantile Co; Hand cream, Homeowner’s; 22byDulux Colour Forecast 2019 Beer Mug Duncan Shearer, Kaolin.
Wall in Dulux Manaia From Left: Burton Ochre throw, L&M Home; Mira linen throw, Cultiver; King linen duvet cover in Olive, King linen flat & fitted sheet in Natural, Standard linen pillowcases in Smoke Grey & Olive, Euro linen pillowcases in Nude, Cultiver; Burton Ochre cushion, L&M Home; â€˜Slipstreamâ€™ original artwork by Stefan Gevers, Studio Stefan Gevers.
Repair is about using what you have and making it special through the process of mixing and matching with newer, modern pieces.
CREATE THE REPAIR LOOK AT HOME
1. Hans Olsen two-seat leather sofa & armchair, Castorina & Co 2. Hand turned lamp in Oatmeal Linen, Douglas & Bec 3. Nimes Olive cushion, Linen House 4. Picket room divider by Nicholas Karlovasitis & Sarah Gibson in Beige Recycled Plastic, Design By Them 5. ‘Paper Moon’ original artwork by Stacey Moon, Modern Times 6. Lunula Pendant in Claypot by Ode to Elma, Greenhouse Interiors.
Soft, natural greens intermingle with authentic neutrals and earthy hues of cinnamon and sienna. A pop of yellow adds an optimistic note to this natural and holistic palette.
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SCHEMES TO TRY
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For accurate colour representation, order Dulux Large Colour Swatches online here.
While bedlinen is a beautiful way to create layers in your bedroom, there are plenty of other materials that can create interest. Textured linen, rattan, vintage rugs and worn concrete come together for a lovely layered effect.
Wall in Dulux Auburn Flair From Left: Weaving by Britt Wilkins (on wall), Pepite; Vase, Homeownerâ€™s; Arch chair, Douglas & Bec; Overdyed Vintage Kokosh rug, Loom Rugs; King linen duvet cover in Olive & Mira linen throw, Cultiver; Burton Ochre throw, L&M Home.
GET THE LOOK WITH THE REPAIR TREND BEAUTY IN THE BROKEN
The Japanese art of Kintsugi brings new beauty to broken items by filling the cracks and scars with gold. Taking inspiration from this craft, Repair celebrates worn, weathered and vintage items that reveal their character and story through their imperfect appearance. Wall in Dulux Kohukohunui From left: Japanese Shino studio pottery vase by Ichiyo Nakajima (on floor), Kazari; Double planter by Debbie Pryor, Pepite; Stones & vase, Homeownerâ€™s.
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The Dulux Colour Forecast is about more than colour, it helps bring trends to life in your home through styling and accessories. Here we take you through key elements and styling tips for the Repair trend.
COMBINE VINTAGE AND NEW
Use a solid colour scheme to bring together elements from different eras to work in happy harmony. Here, an earthy palette connects new and vintage items that are rich in sentimental value. Wall in Dulux Otatara Details on page 15
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COLOUR IN THE KITCHEN
The kitchen is a cherished hub within the home and colour really helps to make this space special. Beyond your tiles and splashbacks, consider the colour of your cabinetry, it’s a great way to create a bold feature. Wall in Dulux Cobbler, cabinetry similar to Big Lagoon From left: Dining table & plant in pot, Homeowner’s; Double planter by Debbie Pryor, Pepite; Wooden bowl by Fuga, Hub Furniture; Emma vase by Ania, Meizai; Sula vase by Pietro Bastia for Incipit, Meizai; 19 th Century Qing Dynasty Chinese Yellow Painted Pine stool & Provincial Green Painted Elm stool, Kazari; Crockery, Homeowner’s; Tea Bowl & large wood fired jug (rear bench) by Duncan Shearer, Kaolin; White vase (rear bench), Homeowner’s; Wooden bowl by Fuga, Hub Furniture; Basix linen napkin in Maiz & Basix stripe napkin in Nox/Sable, Hale Mercantile Co; O Bar stool by Dermot & Janelle Lenaghan for Kin, Cafe Culture + Insitu; Pots & pans, assorted books & vessels (on shelf), Homeowner’s.
Ohai Ohai Half Half
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Stop, breathe, and simply be in the moment
Wall in Dulux Silver Thaw, ceiling in Milton From left: Mags Soft sofa by Hay, Cult Design; Mustard cushion, Homeownerâ€™s; Edie Lifestyle Bedu cushion, Norsu Interiors; Fog pendant by Front design studio for Zero Lighting, Great Dane Furniture; Tibesti rug, Halcyon Lake; Moodlum side table & coffee table, Dean Norton; Guaxs A hand-blown crystal tall glasses & carafe, Mondo Piero; Bloomingville Stoneware large flower pot in Nature, Designstuff; Books, Stylistâ€™s own; Stoneware enclosed form (on mantle), Philippa Taylor; Bloomingville Stoneware small flower pot in Nature (on mantle), Designstuff; Ceramic Vessels (on mantle), Emma Gale; Ceramic tassel with linen, Ceramic tassel with cotton, Philippa Taylor; Nuvola chair by Paolo Navone for Gervasoni, Anibou; Knox suede cushion in Buff, Sly; Small white planter & large planter by Simone Karras, Pepite.
COLOUR TIP A soothing tonal palette helps to create a room where you can switch off both visually and mentally.
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o you feel like your brain is in constant overdrive? It’s time to switch off the smartphone and clear out the mental clutter. Wholeself is the spiritual awakening you’ve been silently craving. In our search for wellness we look to align our mind, body and home. Wholeself helps us to create a calm, distraction-free zone where we can dial back the volume and reconnect with ourselves. Our home is our temple, a place where we can ignite the senses through gentle, nurturing tones. We remove all the fussy details to channel a sense of quiet minimalism. Rounded curves and soft, plush surfaces are enriched by subtle layerings of texture. Life has never felt so good. Image left Wall in Dulux Silver Thaw, ceiling in Milton From left: Mags Soft sofa by Hay, Cult Design; Mustard cushion, Homeowner’s; Edie Lifestyle Bedu cushion, Norsu Interiors; Tibesti rug, Halcyon Lake; Moodlum side table & coffee table, Dean Norton; Bloomingville Stoneware small flower pot in Nature, Designstuff; Louison Vase Model 4 by Harto, Click On Furniture; Books, Stylist’s own; Knox suede cushion in Buff, Sly; Fog pendant by Front design studio for Zero Lighting, Great Dane Furniture; Nuvola chair by Paolo Navone for Gervasoni, Anibou. Image right Details as before
Styling Tip Combine curved forms and imperfect textures to create soft, welcoming interiors. A great place to start is with your accessories: remove sharp, graphic edges and fill your space with flowing, rounded lines.
Beauty is found in subtle textural details and quiet colour accents.
Wall in Dulux Shetland Lace Half, ceiling in Titahi Bay From left: Custom ottoman, Grazia & Co; Grande Papilio armchair in natural colour sheepskin fur by Naoto Fukasawa for B&B Italia, Space Furniture; Faux fur rug, Homeowner’s; Shoes, Stylist’s own; Damon Moon vase from the 'Skittles' range, Damon Moon; Porcelain painted bowl by Bec Smith & Porcelain painted vase by Bec Smith, Pepite; Object-based vase, Ebony Heidenreich; Small peach vessel by Bec Smith, Pepite; ‘Ovoid II’ original artwork by Nick Horan, Hub Furniture; Pyjama set, Stylist’s own; King linen duvet cover in Dew, King flat linen sheet in Dahlia, Linen cushions in Milk, Standard linen pillowcases in Off White, Euro linen pillowcases in Hibiscus, King fitted linen sheet in Hibiscus, Bedouin Societe; Knox suede cushion in Clay, Sly; Bed, Homeowner’s; Round timber sphere, Stylist’s own; Ridge side table, Beeline Design; 1803 deer leather mini clutch in Mushroom, The Shelley Panton Store; Lamp, Homeowner’s; Hand cream, Stylist’s own.
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The pink craze is slowing down to make way for soft orange and nude hues. A refreshing complement to stronger pink accents, they can also be softened with a soft, creamy neutral like Dulux Shetland Lace Half.
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Left Wall in Dulux Shetland Lace Half Details as before This page Wall (front) in Dulux Benhar, wall (rear) in Baylys Beach From left: Tubular pots and Ribbon dividers, Ivy Muse; When Objects Work bowl, Hub Furniture.
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Wall in Dulux Muriwai, niche in Hopelands, ceiling in Cardrona From left: Lava sculptures, Remodern; Sculpture chair in oak by Kristina Dam Studio, Designstuff.
Creamy colours and deliciously rough textures sing out against minimalist forms
Our search for spirituality and wellness manifests through soothing spaces styled around simple forms and tactile surfaces
Wall in Dulux Jacks Point, ceiling in Cardrona From left: Japanese sandals, Homeownerâ€™s; April side table from Nikari Oy Design by Alfredo Haberli, KFive + Kinnarps; Wooden bowl & soap holder, Homeownerâ€™s; Redecker round bath brush & pumice stone in white, The Shelley Panton Store; Hand loomed bath mat in Fog, Bedouin Societe. This page Details as before
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Transform your bathroom into a private sanctuary by using a moody Dulux Jacks Point. This subtle, greyed-off mauve is a perfect complement to cool colours of natural stone and granite.
Evoke a feeling of relaxation and wellness in your guest room or retreat by using a soft green such as Dulux Wainui Beach. For a truly chilled space, choose tonal hues for your other elements.
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Left Wall in Dulux Wainui Beach From left: Pendant, Homeowner's; Menu Shrine M in white, Designstuff; Books, Stylist’s own; Bedhead, Homeowner's; Linen duvet cover, flat sheet & standard pillowcase in Moonlight, Willow scallop standard pillowcase in Chartreuse by Sage & Clare, Greenhouse Interiors; Book & glasses, Stylist’s own. This page Wall in Dulux Wainui Beach From left: ‘Border Protection 2’ original artwork by Ry David Bradley, courtesy of Tristain Koeing; Panna Cotta side table by Ron Gilad for Molteni & C, Hub Furniture; Lamp, Homeowner's; Small vessel, Stylist’s own.
Right Wall in Dulux Wainui Beach, ceiling in Cardrona From left: Louison Vase Model 3 by Harto, Click On Furniture; Stone Fossil trivet, Safari Living; Still teapot by Ferm Living, Designstuff; Japanese tea whisk, Mondo Piero; Fika Sweets Set glass & saucer, & Wooden salt spoon, Safari Living; Stanford dining chair, Jardan; Diiva Stools, Grazia & Co; Contemporary Japanese vase by Fujihira Yasushi, Kazari; â€˜The Space in Between Treesâ€™ original artwork by Kathryn Dolby, Modern Times. This page Details as before
Time to wind down and live in the moment
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Create contrast with a SemiGloss finish. Here we have added a slight sheen to the panelled ceiling with Dulux Wash&WearÂŽ Semi-Gloss. The walls are in a lovely, tactile Matt finish.
Gentle, minimal details and nurturing colours help to make your home feel serene and distraction-free.
DETAILS CREATE THE WHOLESELF LOOK AT HOME
1. Anna Vase in Green, Daniel Emma 2. Westwood natural cushion, Linen House 3. Nebulae desk lamp, Ross Gardam 4. Talo side plate, dip bowl & coffee cup, Citta Design 5. Slinkie Runner by Patricia Urquiola for CC-Tapis, Loom Rugs 6. La Pipe lounge by Ida Linea Hilderbrand for Friends & Founders, Fred International
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Chalk Effect Classic Duck Egg
Suede Effect Suede Nouveau
Shetland Lace Half
Wholeself warms you up and cools you down with soft blushes and hints of grey-green. Enticing neutrals and glamorous golds are tempered by a cool base of mauve greys.
SCHEMES TO TRY
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For accurate colour representation, order Dulux Large Colour Swatches online here.
SOFT VS. EDGY
When those soft, pretty hues get a tad too sweet, bring sophistication and edge back into your pastel palette by adding a touch of black or charcoal.
Cardrona Silver Thaw
Rawene Wall in Dulux Silver Thaw Details on page 30
GET THE LOOK WITH THE WHOLESELF TREND
The Dulux Colour Forecast is about more than colour, it helps you bring trends to life in your home through styling and accessories. Here we take you through key elements and styling tips for the Wholeself trend.
SOFT TEXTURAL PALETTES
Use texture to add depth and refinement to your pastel palette. Hand-made ceramics and expressive sculptural forms, as well as textured fabrics and wall hangings, create a point of difference. Wall in Dulux Silver Thaw Details on page 29
Baylys Beach Jacks Point
RESTFUL AND ENLIGHTENING
Make your bedroom simple, relaxing and restful by using a limited colour palette. Create moments of interest and contrast with a dark ceiling and a change in materials like this chimney finished in onyx. Wall in Dulux Shetland Lace Half, ceiling in Titahi Bay Details on page 32
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Bringing the outside in can really bring your interiors to life. Indoor plants improve your air quality and take you closer to nature, which is great for health and happiness. Wall in Dulux Benhar Details on page 35
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An elegant take on eclectic style
Left Door in Dulux Pohutu Geyser, exterior in Epsom This page Wall in Dulux Shepherd's Warning, trims in St Clair Quarter, console in Federation Brown From left: Glass vase & dish, Stylist’s own; European Wig Doll, Scout House; Orphelia Ritual One art print, Figgoscope Curates; Red ceramic dish, Stylist’s own; Line Table lamp in Blush, Douglas & Bec; Purple vase, Stylist’s own.
Rich, bold colour can be a powerful decorating tool. For a tonally immersive experience, call on variations within the same colour family. Here weâ€™ve graduated from the rich red of Dulux Gimblett Rd, through to the softer pinks of Pink Linen Half.
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Wall (rear) in Dulux Shepherd’s Warning, console in Federation Brown, wall (right) in Pink Linen Half, ceiling & trims in St Clair Quarter From left: Capitello stool by Moroso, Hub Furniture; Arkley sofa, Jardan; Khyber Collection rug, Behruz; Velvet cushion in Terra, House of Orange; Printed cushion in Osaka, House of Orange; Fanuli Alpaca velvet cushion in Whisper Pink, Fanuli; Gloria brass ring, Great Dane Furniture; Glass vase & glass dish, Stylist’s own; European Wig Doll, Scout House; Orphelia Ritual One art print, Figgoscope Curates; Line table lamp in blush (on console), Douglas & Bec; Ezra coffee table, Grazia & Co; ‘The Creation’ sculpture in black by Iva Viana, Figgoscope Curates; Column card stand in brass by Ferm Living, Designstuff; Sphere card stand in brass by Ferm Living, Designstuff; Books & magazines (on coffee table), Stylist’s own; Ardea armchair by Zanotta, Cult Design; Ceramic dish, Stylist’s own; Patina oil burner (on mantle), Great Dane Furniture. On shelves clockwise from top: Normann Copenhagen Brilliant Box in purple by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen, top3 by design; Regenbogan vase, Fenton & Fenton (top shelf); Spatia vase in rose by Aytm, top3 by design; Glass box, Stylist’s own (middle shelf); Oh So Single odd bookends, Hava Studio; Traditional French Still Life, Scout House (bottom shelf).
Styling Tip Create your special place away from technology and screens. Use sumptuous fabrics and finishes to make a space where you can soak up the atmosphere and sink into your surrounds.
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hat is the legacy we leave behind? Every day we tread the tightrope of time, pulled forward by hot, new trends and futuristic technologies. But there’s no ignoring our past, the ultimate symbol of elegance and time-honoured tradition. Legacy brings the past and present into timeless harmony with an eclectic mix of influences. It calls up history’s most cherished classics and icons and adapts them to fit a new, modern vision. Looking to learn from traditional crafts and techniques, Legacy takes iconic forms and elegant looks, and marries them with modern statements of style. Saturated hues are tempered by paler shades, creating a perfect backdrop to an intermingling of old-world charm and new-world chic.
Legacy values the timeless and elegant over the new and disposable
Left Wall (front) in Dulux Hothouse Orchid, trims in St Clair Quarter, wall (rear) West Plains From left: Mood Riviera ottoman by Flexform, Fanuli; Redondo armchairs by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, Hub Furniture; Tris coffee tables by Flexform, Fanuli; Linen napkin & Dinner plate, Stylist’s own; Svante water can, Great Dane Furniture; Fanuli Alpaca velvet cushion in Pinot Noir, Fanuli; Bessho tumbler by Fferrone, Hub Furniture; Metal pots by Zakkia, Ivy Muse. This page Wall in Dulux Whakatane On shelves clockwise from top: Oh So Single odd bookend, Hava Studio; Glass vase, Stylist’s own (top shelf); ‘Let Me Give You’ original sculpture by Iva Viana Sculpture Atelier, Figgoscope Curates; Candelabra, Homeowner's; Rainbow card stand in brass by Ferm Living (bottom shelf), Designstuff; Book End Sculpture & Decoration Circle by Kristina Dam Studio, Designstuff; Books, Homeowner's; Hand painted gold bottle, House of Orange; Brass Knot sculpture, West Elm; Arch table lamp (on mantle), Laal.
Spaces evoke the considered style of the past with a touch of contemporary chic
This page Wall in Dulux Purple Verbena, ceiling in St Clair Quarter From left: Margot water & wine goblets, Bessho carafe & tumbler by Fferrone, Hub Furniture; Mortar & pestle, Homeowner’s; Brass gardening scissors by Lightly, Ivy Muse; Vase, Homeowner’s. Right Wall (front) in Dulux West Plains, wall (rear) in Purple Verbena, ceiling in St Clair Quarter From left: Penelope dining chairs & Glamour dining table by Bontempi Casa, Voyager Interiors; Margot water & wine goblets by Fferrone, Hub Furniture; Vase (table), Homeowner’s; Dinner plates, linen napkin, Stylist’s own; On kitchen bench from left: Norm wire bowl in brass by Norm Architect DK for Menu, Collar coffee maker by Stelton, Collar coffee grinder by Stelton, top3 by design; Brass vase, mortar & pestle, oil bottle, brass mail holder, Homeowner’s; In foreground details as before.
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Wall in Dulux Whakatane, trims in St Clair Quarter From left: Khyber Collection rug, Behruz; Featherston Expo Talking chair, Grazia & Co; Bell coffee table by Sebastian Herkner for Classicon, Anibou; Italia Aalto vase in rain, top3 by design; White Lotus flower sculpture by Iva Viana, Figgoscope Curates; Arch table lamp, Laal; ‘Sometimes Left Wanting’ original artwork by Helen McCullagh, Fenton & Fenton; Casting sofa, Grazia & Co. On shelves clockwise from top: Oh So Single odd bookend, Hava Studio; Glass vase, Stylist’s own (top shelf); Hand painted gold bottle, House of Orange; ‘Let Me Give You’ sculpture, Figgoscope Curates; Brass Knot sculpture, West Elm; Candelabra, Homeowner’s; Bookend sculptures by Kristina Dam Studio, Designstuff; Oh So Single odd bookend (bottom shelf), Hava Studio; Rainbow card stand in brass by Ferm Living, Designstuff; Arc air plant stands in brass, Ivy Muse.
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STYLING TIP An oversized floral print is a great way to reinterpret classic motifs for a more contemporary look, helping you add a modern edge to your traditional spaces.
Wall in Dulux Deep Aqua, trims in St Clair Quarter From left: Stamp side table, Grazia & Co; Glass vase, Stylist’s own; Brush by Redecker, Scout House; Cire Trudon perfume bottle, Scout House; Bed, Homeowner’s; Winona quilt cover set, Augusta sheet set & standard pillowcases in Atlantic, Linen House; Linen throw, Stylist’s own. Right Wall in Dulux Deep Aqua, ceiling & trims in St Clair Quarter From left: Glass vase, Stylist’s own; Black & brass candles by Mad et Len, Scout House; Featherston Z 300 chaise lounge, Grazia & Co; Rug & bed, Homeowner’s; Winona quilt cover set, Linen House; Linen throw, Stylist’s own; Monroe ottoman in lilac velvet, Fenton & Fenton.
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Classic forms are modernised into elegant, contemporary looks
Wall in Dulux Whitianga, cabinets in Porter's PaintsÂŽ Dusty Mule From left: Mette Ditmer toothbrush holder in wine, Designstuff; Brass mirror & Brass tray by Taku Shinomoto, Scout House; Sphere soap in wild fig by Fazeek, top3 by design; Mette Ditmer Shades towels & hand towel in wine, Designstuff.
Styling Tip Shelving is a perfect place to create little moments of interest. Mix up shapes and heights, and mingle artworks and sculptural items alongside more traditional vases and vessels.
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Left Details page 51 This page Wall in Dulux Gimblett Rd, trims in St Clair Quarter From left: Contour console, Zuster; Lantern Light table lamp by Neri&Hu for Classicon, Anibou; ‘Tommervag’ by Eva Frengstad, Fenton & Fenton; Candle & vase, Stylist’s own.
DETAILS CREATE THE LEGACY LOOK AT HOME
Find pieces that balance elegance and austerity with elements of the precious and plush
1. Grandma pouf in velvet grey by Bloomingville, Click On Furniture 2. Italian mid-century Banana lounge, Castorina & Co 3. Parison table light by Cheshire Architects, Resident 4. Soft chair in green, Daniel Emma 5. Nizwa & Dhow chest of drawers, Living Edge.
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Pink Linen Half
COLOURS TO MAKE A LASTING STATEMENT
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A captivating palette of saturated hues ranging from pale pinks through to corals, and grounded with soft lilacs and mauves. Accents of red, blue and green create an eye-catching contrast.
SCHEMES TO TRY
St Clair Half
For accurate colour representation, order Dulux Large Colour Swatches online here.
St Clair Quarter
The Legacy trend mixes up design references and takes inspiration from a whole range of eras in order to create something new. Celebrating iconic designs through the re-release of a classic piece, like this Featherston Expo Talking chair, is a perfect example of how Legacy pays homage to its past, with a vision to the future. Details on page 56
Pink Linen Half
St Clair Quarter
GET THE LOOK WITH THE LEGACY TREND
The Dulux Colour Forecast is about more than colour, it helps you bring trends to life in your home through styling and accessories. Here we take you through key elements and styling tips for the Legacy trend.
PATTERN INSPIRING COLOUR
Sometimes your paint colour doesn't come first. You may fall in love with a fabric, an artwork or the embroidery on your favourite cushion. Think about sourcing your wall colour from these most-loved elements. Details on page 58
Pohutu Geyser Federation Brown
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Use your existing spaces to prompt new decorating ideas. Details like this beautiful leadlight window can be a great source of inspiration. The colours of the Legacy palette are drawn from these more traditional features, but can appear more contemporary when used in a bold way. Wall in Dulux Pink Linen Half, trims in St Clair Quarter
CLASHING COLOUR IN A TONAL PALETTE
When working with a tonal palette, feature small details in clashing colours to create moments of interest. The accent colours can be taken from artwork, rugs or wall colours from other rooms in your home. Details on page 49
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A bold, brave call to action
Left Wall and skirting in Dulux Painted Clay From left: Drop bookshelves by Nendo for Cappellini, Cult Design; Magazines, Stylists own; ‘Stacked’ ceramic vessel, Formantics. This page Walls in Dulux Southern Alps, feature (right) in Massey From left: Line throw by Tom Dixon, Safari Living; Shoes, Stylist’s own; Salt Plains rug by Alexander Lotersztain for Stylecraft, Stylecraft; Large orange facet vase, Nyary; 400 armchair by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Anibou; Plec coffee table by Antoni Palleja Office for RS Barcelona, Ajar; Perforated trays by Hay Studios (on table), Cult Design; Grimace vase & Funtasma candle-holder from the Folkifunki Collection by Jaime Hayon for Vista Alegre, Figgoscope Curates; ‘Untitled no.23’ original artwork by Max Lawrence White, Modern Times; Wrap Knot Glacier sculpture, Jardan; Shape Up vessels, Formantics; Taylor Ottoman in mustard velvet, Fenton & Fenton; ‘Blue Savana’ original artwork by Mim Fanning, Studio Gallery; Match Stick Banjo Pot in garnet, Capra Designs; Joy armchair, Jardan; Tree Trunk vase by Hay, Cult Design; Camelia Blue small vase, Bonnie & Neil.
Walls in Dulux Southern Alps, feature (right) in Massey, column (left) in Devils Staircase, column (right) in Painted Clay From left: Callimaco floor lamp, Artemide; Diana A side table by Konstantin Grcic for Classicon, Anibou; Banana incense burner by Nonsense, Jardan; ‘This Life We Share’ original artwork, by Jasmine Mansbridge, Fenton & Fenton; Helm sofa & blue cushions, James Richardson; Line throw by Tom Dixon, Safari Living; Tiger Multi cushion (reverse side), Bonnie & Neil; Soft cushion in wine by Tom Dixon & Velvet cushion in orange, Safari Living; Shoes, Stylist’s own; Salt Plains rug by Alexander Lotersztain, Stylecraft; Plec coffee table by Antoni Palleja Office for RS Barcelona, Ajar; Perforated trays by Hay, Cult Design; Large orange facet vase, Nyary; 400 armchair by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Anibou; Taylor ottoman in mustard velvet, Fenton & Fenton; Grimace vase & Funtasma candle-holder from the Folkifunki Collection by Jaime Hayon for Vista Alegre, Figgoscope Curates; Shape Up vessels, Formantics; Wrap Knot Glacier sculpture & Joy armchair, Jardan; Untitled no.23’ original artwork by Max Lawrence White, Modern Times; ‘Blue Savana’ original artwork by Mim Fanning, Studio Gallery; Match Stick Banjo Pot in garnet, Capra Designs; Tree Trunk vase by Hay, Cult Design; Dita stools (in kitchen), Grazia & Co; Showtime vases by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona, Ajar; La Soufflerie French Blown Glass – Vase Tete, Nyary; 70s Cobalt Blue large Murano vase, Nyary; Pendant lights, Homeowner's.
Product Tip When you’re ready to change a bold paint feature use Dulux Wash & Wear® + Superhide. It has the ultimate hiding power in the Wash & Wear® range so you can paint over any colour in two coats.
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Identity empowers you to show your true colours
COLOUR TIP You don't need colour on every wall to make a daring and adventurous statement. Experiment with the smaller architectural details, applying a colour that will transform them into a special feature.
Itâ€™s time to break out of the mould and show us the real you. Identity speaks to the radical, non-conformist in us all. It empowers us to live on the wild side and express our true inner creative. Who cares what anyone else thinks? A mish-mash of modern multi-cultural influences call up the colourful, futuristic vibes of sci-fi fantasy and off-the-wall selfie culture. They empower us to be brave and confident, and to flaunt the fabulous, colourful quirks and flaws that make us who we are. Rules and conventions are thrown out the window, freeing us up to experiment with a bold and individualistic vision. Filled with fun and spirited energy, bursting with the spontaneity of youth and wild optimism, colour becomes the adrenaline for our senses. This page and right Details as before
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Styling Tip Anything goes with Identity, so choose what you love, go with what makes you smile and create a bold, optimistic statement in your home.
PRODUCT TIP STYLE TIP Dulux Wash&Wear® Kitchen&Bathroom is designed for your kitchen, it has exceptional washability and is fortified with a powerful mould inhibitor.
Walls in Dulux Southern Alps, column in Painted Clay From left: Dita stools, Grazia & Co; Cookbook, Homeowner’s; Showtime Vases by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona, Ajar; Alessi teapot, Pendant light, Homeowner’s; 70’s Cobalt blue large Murano vase, Nyary.
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Column in Dulux Devils Staircase, wall (rear) & ceiling in Southern Alps, wall (feature) in Manapouri & Taylors Mistake, stair wall in Waiheke From left: Showtime vase by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona, Ajar; La Soufflerie French Blown Glass – Vase Tete, Nyary; 70s Cobalt Blue large Murano vase, Nyary; ‘A Portion For Foxes’ original painting by Stacey Rees, Modern Times; Pendant lights, Homeowner's; Dita stools, Grazia & Co; Nudo rug in rose/beige by Sebastian Herkner, Halcyon Lake; Helm sofa, James Richardson.
Simple geometric features can create amazing backdrops for graphic art. When it comes to selecting your colours, choose hues to complement your artwork rather than distract from it.
Wall (left) in Dulux Southern Alps, wall (feature) in Manapouri & Taylors Mistake, stair wall in Waiheke
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From left: Nudo rug in rose/beige by Sebastian Herkner, Halcyon Lake; Platform 3 in horizon blue, Idle Hands; Fine Line Arch vessel & Fine Line striped vessel, Formantics; â€˜A Portion For Foxesâ€™ original painting by Stacey Rees, Modern Times.
PRODUCT TIP Don’t risk tinting your favourite colours with other paint brands. Only Dulux pigments mixed into Dulux Wash&Wear® are designed to create our iconic colours every time.
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Wall (rear) in Dulux Tata Beach, wall (front) in Roxburgh From left: Popsycle Lemon rug, Jardan; Gin dining table, Nicholls Design; Cap lounge chair by Jasper Morrison for Cappellini, Cult Design; Terrazzo planter by Tantri Mustika Ceramics, Pepite; Sculpture Maquette 02, Gidon Bing; 'Mustard' original painting by Stacey Rees, Modern Times; Thonet S 533 chair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Anibou; B4 planters by Studio Ciao, Something Beginning With; 'Sculpture 13' original sculpture by Mark Alsweiler, Modern Times.
This page Details as before Right Wall in Dulux Sunbird Orange, trim in Southern Alps From left: Kobn Ultra Blue Towel, Kobn; Simon Says low stools, Dowel Jones; Liquid Marseille soap, Crate Expectations; Dan 300 hand & cuticle treatment, Crate Expectations.
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Unusual combinations of colours fill your space with spontaneous energy COLOUR TIP Create a unique feature in your bedroom. Start with subtle colour on your wall and add striking layers of vibrant colours through your bed linen, furniture and accessories.
Left Wall (left) in Dulux Pelican Bill Half, wall (right) in Painted Clay, Southern Alps From left: Orion Blue hand knotted Indian silk carpet, Fenton & Fenton; Ferm Living round ottoman in dark blue, Designstuff; Elka yellow quilt cover set, Linen House; Claudia Camo bedcover, Linen flat sheet in chambray, Tahli striped pillowcase, Sage & Clare; Blue Grotto linen euro pillowcase, Kip & Co; Custom orange cushion, District; Drishti speckled pillowcase, Sage & Clare; Desert Sun linen euro pillowcase, Kip & Co; ‘Ionisation’ original artwork by Liam Snootle, Studio Gallery; MZ Wallace Metro tote in multi camo (on floor), Crate Expectations; Drop bookshelves by Nendo for Cappellini, Cult Design; Magazines, Stylist’s own; Stacked ceramic vessel, Formantics. This page Wall in Dulux Pelican Bill Half, ceiling in Southern Alps From left: Crown easy chair by Mass Productions, District; Orion Blue hand knotted Indian Silk Carpet, Fenton & Fenton; Filu small table in sapphire blue by Paola Vella for Arflex, Poliform; Narcisse mirror in Apricot Pink, Click On Furniture; Container by Hay Studios, Cult Design; Bed details as before.
Celebrate the unique and individual through unexpected forms and playful patterning.
DETAILS 4 CREATE THE IDENTITY LOOK AT HOME
1. Cabin armchair by Nicholas Karlovasitis & Sarah Gibson in leather upholstery, Design By Them 2. Piece terrazzo pendant in blue by Bentu, Remodern 3. Everything Is Golden mirror, Hava Studio 4. ‘Double Dip’ original paintings by Susan Christie, Formantics 5. Verona houndstooth cushion by Sage & Clare, Greenhouse Interiors 6. Islom side table by Sebastian Scherer for Neo/Craft, Meizai 7. Kizo Cipria rug by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for CC-Tapis, Loom Rugs.
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A BOLD AND EXPERIMENTAL VISION
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3 Metallic Effect Metal Icon
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12 Devils Staircase
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Colour me happy! Unusual combinations of saturated blues, purples and oranges against a base of paler notes are the perfect palette for expressing true individuality.
SCHEMES TO TRY
For accurate colour representation, order Dulux Large Colour Swatches online here.
Draw your eye down long halls with strong colours like Dulux Lepperton. Apply your colour with Dulux Aquanamel® Semi-Gloss to ensure your feature door really pops and won’t yellow over time. Stair wall in Dulux Waiheke, wall (rear), ceiling & trims in Southern Alps, wall (right) in Roxburgh, door & trim in Lepperton From left: On The Road bench by Stone Designs for RS Barcelona, Ajar; Lamp, Homeowner’s; Hyperbloom hand knotted Indian Silk Carpet, Fenton & Fenton, Nymane pendant light, Ikea.
GET THE LOOK WITH THE IDENTITY TREND
Bedlinen should be mixed up and purposefully mismatched. It’s so much more interesting to mix and match patterns and colours to make your own happy collection. Details page 83
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Pelican Bill Half
The Dulux Colour Forecast is about more than colour, it helps you bring trends to life in your home through styling and accessories. Here we take you through key elements and styling tips for the Identity trend.
Any art goes in Identity but graphic art especially fits this trend. Making a bold statement with strong colour combinations, graphic patterns and quirky details is a great way to perfect this look. Details on page 70
A white kitchen can be just as bold and creative with the addition of a few key details. Coloured pendant lighting and brightly coloured stools will lift the look and bring some fun into your kitchen space. Add a simple coloured detail on an adjacent wall for some contrasting colour. Details on page 74
The designers and retailers bringing the Dulux Colour Forecast to life Ajar
Fenton & Fenton
Grazia & Co
Great Dane Furniture
Hale Mercantile Co
Bonnie & Neil
Cafe Culture + Insitu
House of Orange
Castorina & Co
Kip & Co
Design By Them
Douglas & Bec
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Colours shown are as close as possible to actual paint colours and design finishes can vary depending on the application. Due to limitations of your display screen and the printing process, photographic and printed images and swatches may not represent true colour. Colours and images displayed are a guide only. Always confirm your colour choice with Dulux Colour Chips, Large Colour Swatches or Sample Pots. Dulux, Worth doing, worth Dulux, Wash&Wear, the Sheepdog Device, Aquanamel, Porterâ€™s Paints and Dulux Colours of New Zealand are registered trade marks of DuluxGroup (Australia) Pty Ltd (ABN 67 000 049 427) 1956 Dandenong Road, Clayton, Victoria 3168. ÂŠ Dulux New Zealand 90 Dulux Colour Forecast 2019