With the rise of Instagram and Pinterest, it’s never been so easy to get interior inspiration for your home at the click of a button. Whilst there are so many ways to achieve your own personal touch in your home, many recurrent trends are seen throughout that can be utilised in any home.
Whether you’re looking to refurb your entire kitchen or create a quick refresh with simple touches of colour and accessories, here are some of the top colour trends to look out for this year.
Copper is undeniably the current hottest homeware trend, and there’s no sign of it quietening down just yet.
Copper is the perfect complementary colour for a kitchen to create a two tonal look. Pair it with blush pink, muted pastel tones or dark blue to create a finish that pops.
It’s the perfect accessory for a kitchen, think copper cutlery and copper or brass finish plug covers. A really easy way to update your current setup.
Cobalt blue is the colour of the moment when it comes to kitchens, darker shades have become the most popular, a more forgiving colour for the kitchen that complements marble, white or copper perfectly. This dramatic colour move will make a stunning statement within your home.
Muted tones of grey paired with candy coloured hues are continuing to win homeowners over. A simple colour palette like this allows you to add pops of bolder colour in other areas such as the tableware.
It’s the perfect colour choice for a stylish, minimal and modern kitchen. Use darker tones to accentuate important features, or lighter tones to add a touch of warmth to the room.
2018 welcomes the arrival of the Panetone colour of the year, it’s ultra violet. It doesn’t get any bolder or abstract than this. It’s inventive and imaginative, and it will create a bold look in any kitchen.
Soften the colour with muted accessories and worktops for a personal look in your kitchen. The most on trend way to update your kitchen this year.
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