With the new year approaching is time to rethink about home and the space we live in. This year is all about nature.


Pantone colour of the year 2017 is Greenery, a fresh and zesty yellow-green that symbolise new beginnings. A refreshing and revitalising shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature revive, restore and renew.

Following the Pantone choice for the year, giants from the home paint industry like Dulux, Farrow & Ball, Crown and Craig & Rose followed with the natural shades from our blue planet.

Denim Drift by Dulux

Dulux colour of the year is the beautiful Denim Drift, the most adaptable shade that will fit into any interior style. Blue is all around us, in our everyday life. On the sky above us. On the sea that surround us. On clothes, cars and many other things that takes part in our modern lives. The colour palette to complement Denim Drift is full of blues, greys and off white.



Skyscapes is one of the trends for Crown Autumn/Winter colour scheme. This colour palette has  different tones of blue to represent the sky, greens for the watery tropical sea, and the dark & light shades of greys to for the cloud, mist and rockies. Skyscapes is all about tranquility of the natural landscape. If you complement with warm wood furniture the palette gives a smart contemporary look.


Back to Nature is the colour palette by Craig & Rose with rich tones found in nature, from burnt tones of orange and red, muted greens and blues, to yellows that remind us of sunny holidays.

Farrow & Ball Autumn/Winter colour palette Modern Organic has inspiration from the 50s and 60s with warm wood tones such as walnut and ash that will perfectly offset metallic brass. The natural shades of green, yellow and brown, will be complemented by the off white and the blush pink.

If you are thinking about updating your home with a new colour scheme, now is the perfect time to choose a palette with natural shades that will bring to your home a natural and relaxing feel.

Sources: Pantone,  Dulux, Crown, Craig & Rose and Farrow and Ball

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