Dulux 2018 Colour Trends

Kinship Colour Range

In our search for spiritual well-being, we find comfort in folklore and the revival of long-held traditions. Kinship is a celebration of cultural heritage with fresh, contemporary overtures and colours that have been brought together to lift you up and cocoon you in.

Colour tip: The key to an eclectic colour mix can be as simple as keeping it tonal. Scheme rich ochre with terracotta and rust and use contrasting colours sparingly.

Kinship Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Wall – Dulux Herbalist. Ceiling – Dulux Natural White

Kinship Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Wall – Dulux Rusk

Kinship Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Wall Left – Dulux Time Capsule

Reflect Colour Range

Classic form meets opulent style

The rapid progress of new technology is tempered by the simple genius of classic architecture and design. The balance plays out in an opulent fusion of eclectic classic style. Hints of 70's glamour are enlivened by sassy bursts of 90's style. Yet understated luxury exudes an aura of elegant timelessness.

Colour tip: Don’t be afraid to use deep moody blues to add sophistication and elegance to your favourite room.

Reflect Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Walls & Shelves – Dulux Goyder Green

Ceiling & Trim – Dulux Lexicon Half

Reflect Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Wall – Dulux Bruised Burgundy

Reflect Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Wall – Dulux Biro Blue

Essential Colour Range

Bring life back to basics

Time is no longer an elusive and fleeting luxury, rather a series of moments to be savoured and shared. Our search for a more authentic existence inspires a new-found appreciation for natural and recycled materials. As we embrace the old as new, we move towards a more genuine and conscious way of living.

Colour tip: combine naturals such as soft brown, sand and grey-green for a relaxing scheme conducive to taking time out.

Essential Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Door – Dulux Elusive Blue

 

Essential Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Wall – Dulux Suede Effect in Century Mist

 

Essential Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Wall (Left) – Dulux Spanish Olive. Wall (Rear) – Dulux Gnu Tan

 

Escapade Colour Range

The quest for fun & adventure
The glamour of travel is conjured through designer luggage and free-spirited selfies. While luxury could be anything from a hot Brazilian beach to a stylish Palm Springs spa. As we kick back and prepare to take off, we let our dreams run wild, paradise awaits – both on home shores and beyond.

Colour tip: Take a colour vacation. A playful clash of colours helps to brighten your space and feels as good as a holiday.

Escapade Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Walls Left – Dulux Bombay Pink
Cupboards and Shelves – Dulux Solution
Trim and Ceiling – Dulux Vivid White

Escapade Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Main wall – Dulux Bondi
Stripe detail – Dulux Sir Edmund
Trims and ceiling – Dulux Vivid White

Escapade Palette

Styled by Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen. 

Feature Wall – Dulux Cuticle Pink, Bombay Pink, Friends & Carmen

Fire Place Interior – Dulux Friends
Wall Right – Dulux Carmen
Trims and Ceiling – Vivid White

To ensure the best accuracy, test your colour choice at home by ordering Dulux Sample Pots and A4 Colour Swatches. 

Colours displayed should be used as a guide for your colour selection.

 

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