2019

matt chromes and coppers

toned fluros

soft rose gold and corals

pops of yellow or aqua

The soft buffs, pinks and corals still stay with the textured greys with pops of bright yellow and teal. Metallics become subtle, reflecting the environment, satin finished and textured like pale and rose gold.

In contrast deep greys and jewel colours allow for homely cocoon spaces, and bright non primary playful environments excite with colours such as teal, and geometric blocks. Darker timbers start to be seen.

Grey still is apparent in 2019, but the shiny chrome is replaced with textured rose gold and deep warm copper metallic finishes. Think glowing sunrises and reflections. Satin and waxed finishes will add to the lustre.

Buffs and pinks are contrasted with yellow - both pale buttercup and high chroma fluorescent sunshine. Pale turquoise is still apparent. Teal is emerging as a colour for 2010.

We have used images of art pieces by Leonie Mulqueeney   and Jeanene Hyles in our concepts. Some have been scaled as limited edition prints. Please contact us to discuss bespoke pieces.

We predicted these colours mid 2018 - so close to Pantones 2019 colour of the year "living coral"

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Jeanene

     Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

Our second theme for 2019 is a deviation of the pink and grey scheme; one of rich dark greys. Light reflects from the texture.

Pops of deep rich turquoise,  cinnamon and mustard  add to the feeling of nature.

You can almost smell the coffee andspices!

Ideal for cosy spaces such as dining rooms and restaurants or home theatres.

Add a special statement piece to create the colour pop!

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

The third concept for 2019 is in complete contrast to the first. This one consists of deep jewel colours. The satin rose gold and copper synthesise the feeling of luxury.

Rich purples and orange yellows contrast against purples. Statement pieces of furniture and furnishings  and artworks add the colour.

Often deep fuscia and bright reds are foiled with pops of orange, soft golds and deep brown timber.

Black lines and geometric shapes contrast. Flowers are everywhere!

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Jeanene

   Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Jeanene

The last is the bright colours above without the sophistication of the deep metallic oranges. It allows for a playful, bright scheme.

Colours are usually not primary, but are high chroma. Blocks of geometric shapes reinforce the feeling.

Bright floral will be everywhere!

Black stripes can add to the geometry.

    Artwork by Jeanene

   Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Leonie

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Leonie

   Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene

    Artwork by Jeanene