After years of monochrome, pastel and white on white minimalist homes, rich moody hues are making a comeback.
For years now we have seen white teemed with pastels in scandi-inspired homes and as pretty as this combination is, colour has taken a turn and headed into the deep end. What we see now is all about creating warmth through a rich colour palette, just in time for the cooler days and nights head.
We will see a lot of strong colours in interiors in the coming months. Emerald green, deep navy and burgundy will all take centre stage. Dark moody walls and lush shades of velvet will be the new way forward in winter trends.
I think we are getting much bolder with the use of colours in interiors Whilst it was once only reserved for accents in décor pieces, more and more clients are embracing colour - Think deep navy walls in a study or beautiful emerald velvet sofa in a formal lounge room.
We will see a lot of strong colours in interiors in the coming months. Emerald green, deep navy and burgundy will all take centre stage.
The use of rich moody tones works beautifully with the metallics trend that doesn't seem to be going away any time soon.
To warm up your home this winter, grab some velvet scatter cushions in your favourite deep hue and a thick pile floor rug and light a scented candle or two.