‘Colours’ that drive our emotions towards creating spaces where we love spending time and aiming for comforting and relaxing homes

We hear it from every direction, trends come and go, trends stick around for years, trends move on. Current trend of Greenery  will continue its way into following years to come.

Let’s see the predictions of colour trends for 2018 in the world of homewares and interiors.

The american firm Sherwin-williams anticipates that 2018 will mainly be focusing on three colour pallets:

1. Connectivity

2. Sincerity

3. Afinity

 

Take a look below the 2018 colour trends!

Connectivity

Sherwin-Williams Reveals The 2018 Color Trends For Interiors

According to Shervin-Williams the new technology firms are adopting innovative utopian ideals and breakthrough designs that include pixelated oranges, digital blues and greens and high definition yellow shades. And that’s mainly the inspiration behind this colour pallet.

Sherwin-Williams Reveals The 2018 Color Trends For Interiors

Connectivity features hippie vibes in a modern, playful concept adding warm and energetic tones to a space.

 

Sincerity

Sherwin-Williams Reveals The 2018 Color Trends For Interiors

Minimalism will still remain a huge design trend in 2018 so you don’t need to throw all your Scandinavian furniture away which is pretty nice. Yet this concept will take on a less structured look with soft neutrals, greens and pinks.

Sherwin-Williams Reveals The 2018 Color Trends For Interiors

The Sincerity pallet is all about ditching harsh lines for sandy browns, muted grays, and hazy greens that harmonize perfectly. You won’t need to stress too much about sticking to a strict color scheme.

Affinity

Sherwin-Williams Reveals The 2018 Color Trends For Interiors

This colour pallet is set to celebrate the connection between people and places crating a beautiful getaway with a relaxed yet fun accent color combination. This colour trend features striking blue, fuchsia and brown.

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