It’s really easy to adapt your house to the new 2018 colour trends by means of a few simple changes!
You may find bellow some hints which may help you and inspire you.
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Combine Shades of Red
Red radiates energy. When properly used in interior design, it can lead to astonishingly charming results.
The 2018 trends recommend a combination of various shades of red, ranging from coral and deep orange to burgundy and aristocratic plum hues.
Paint one of your walls in a shade of plum: the change is certain to stun you!
Millennial Pink – Soft Coral – Salmon Peach
Millennial pink is definitely all around!
The new colour trends of soft coral & salmon peach though, are coming to replace it.
Still, don’t get rid of your pink objects, but couple them with new elements in berry colour.
The combination will be a decorative result of special power and intensity.
This season, velvet fabrics stand for indisputable charm and elegance. Take the old monochrome curtains that you already have and trim them by adding a deep pink or berry velvet band right at the hem (about 50 cm wide). It will instantly usher in a breeze of freshness and novelty to your space.
The Colour Green
It’s considered a difficult colour by and large. However, the longer we gaze at it in photographs and Pinterest posts, the more we have to admit that it brings a perspective of sophistication to our décor.
If it seems too difficult a colour to choose in terms of sizeable furniture, such as a big sofa, we could just highlight a few stylish details: upholster the armchairs or use green velvet cushions. e!
Wall papers with tropical leaves’ patterns to decorate one wall of your space. Create frames with big pieces of the wall paper and use them in corners you wish to give a feeling of freshness.
We can also hang artificial plant simulations in wall frames that look just like real.
Don’t hesitate to create green corners centred around rattan plant pots with fabulous banana leaves, monster deliciosa and ficus houseplants. You may also hang little pots with ivy and fern. Wall decoration with plants is a new work of art.
Include as many plants as you can handle!
Indeed, the trend is towards a house teeming with nature!
Finally, the 2018 colour of the year according to Pantone is PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet.
Below, see two inspired combinations for 2018 from the brabbu.com company based on the recommendations of PANTONE.