August 12, 2021
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We have spotted: the latest trends in colour and decoration

Do you want it Clear, dark, lively or playful? This Christmas should pose a colour change for decorations. Everyone will, of course, find their colour. In recent years, preference was often given to light and neutral shades to give homes a Scandinavian look. But today, cheerfulness is making a comeback, and bright colours are having a blast. Get inspired by these five awesome trends for 2020.

Depending on your style, you can choose playful prints or just fresh hues. These five trends already give you the inspiration to spare to brighten up your home or give it some innovative accents.

Exotic party

Exotic trend proves, if need be, that nature can be utterly extravagant. If the botanical theme was already present in previous years - with plants and green hues of Scandinavian inspiration, today it is more joyful and more playful. Colourful prints with flamingos or banana leaves make your interior a festive and exotic paradise. Choose, for example, a wall to be lined with printed paper. The other walls can remain sober, although the more daring will bet on bright colours. The more colours, the better! Think, for example, of bright yellow Submarine, combined with lime green Spring Green.

Another trend that makes you smile? 

  • The mermaid tiling

Shiny white metro tiles were the trend last year, but their place of choice was taken from them by the mermaid wave. As their name suggests, these tiles have the structure of a mermaid tail.

Can't you see yourself tiling an entire wall? Give it that mermaid look by combining it with our chic metallic paint and the stencil! With a playful tone on tone of green or blue, you will bring the sea into your room. Green is also 100% topical, in all its nuances. 

  • Geometrical lines

Geometric lines and shapes are making a comeback. The colourful patterns enhanced with triangles and fine lines in pink, yellow or blue hues create the sumptuous wallpapers of your Cult-collection. But in rugs or in the choice of your duvet cover, this trend can also work miracles in your interior.

Do you want to create a wall with original accents yourself? Divide this into several parts and paint each of them in a different colour. Go for a tone on tone with colours from the same palette or dare the colour blocking and combine complementary colours to create a nice contrast. How about, for example, a cool blue like Blue Rhapsody  combined with a warm orange-like Burnt Orange. 

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The Victorian Age

Travel back in time to the days of old England and Queen Victoria's palaces. The Art Deco style is materialized with large flowers, classic high-legged furniture and soft velvet fabrics. This elegant trend is particularly user-friendly. Think dark colours: from royal blue Blue Universe to rich purple Purple Passion to the Forgotten Green bottle glass or burgundy Rose Plum. The generous floral wallpaper, with metallic accents or not, brings a touch of luxury. A gold paint associated with deep black Black Galaxy is the perfect combination.

This tendency can be easily integrated into an interior of the 21st century. In combination with modern furniture, opt, for example, for dark colours on the wall. Or do the exact opposite and choose soft hues like grey mauve or blue on the wall and vintage furniture.

Of course, natural beige and pale pink continue to please. 

Soft colours like blue or khaki bring peace to the room. The very natural hues are reminiscent of the human body, with colours similar to those of the skin, eyes or lips. You can create an accentuated touch with warm and natural hues like dark brown or terracotta orange. Add texture with a structured paint.

For curtains or bed linen, natural fabrics are coming back more and more often. These neutral hues create a sober and timeless interior. Metallic colours, whether or not combined with glass and wood, give the whole a touch of luxury. Choose this product for a touch

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