Pepper Stem, Turmeric, Toffee, Sage … it sounds like a line up of ingredients found in your pantry!
It is predicted that 2019 will be the renaissance of the 1970’s…with a twist. Rich, warm colours with an earthy hue will dominate in the fashion world. The Pantone Colour Institute have identified 12 stand out colours that they predict will feature heavily in fashion collections next year.
Think beautiful Olive and Sage Greens, Auburn Reds, Toffee Browns, Camel, Royal Blues, Lemon and my personal favourites Mustard Yellow, Burnt Orange and Coral.
These colours are thought to encourage empowerment. They are confident, uplifting and joyful hues that are vibrant without being overpowering. This new mindset emphasises a desire for a joyful contrast of colour that transcends seasonality and joins together high fashion and street style.
The predicted colour trends in home interiors for 2019 closely mirrors what we will see on the runways. It’s all about richness and depth and bringing the outdoors in. Sherwin-Williams‘ Carven Clay is forecast to be the colour of 2019. Described as a warm terracotta with ancient, elemental roots.
Dulux paints have also gone with a connection with nature and predict that a natural earthy palette will be popular. Equally using bold uplifting colours such botanical greens, mustard yellows and bold blues tones.
When it comes to furniture and feature pieces in your home you will see a lot of pastel and neutral tones for 2019. The recent Milan Design Week indicated that apricot and peach shades will be the key colours to look out for.