Dulux Colour Forecast 2016

The design age is dawning. We desire the unique, the bespoke, the individual – seeking products that will add a sense of luxury and distinction to our lives. A new industry of customisation is being created by the makers, the designers, the creators – producing handcrafted products that connect with us and focus on the importance of design more than ever before.
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Future Past takes its cues from steampunk merging with modern design - creating a new version of the old. Deep and decadent traditional hues are made modern with the addition of mustard, pink and purple. Future Past Colours: Dulux Punga Cove, Dulux Miramar, Dulux Waihau Bay, Dulux Narrow Neck, Dulux Okete.  Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

Today we see 4 color trends developed by New Zealand based paint company Dulux and what intrigues me most, is who thinks what comes next when and what similarity you can find between the different tastemakers and trend experts.

Future Past takes its cues from steampunk merging with modern design - creating a new version of the old. Deep and decadent traditional hues are made modern with the addition of mustard, pink and purple. Future Past Colours: Dulux Punga Cove, Dulux Miramar, Dulux Waihau Bay, Dulux Narrow Neck, Dulux Okete.  Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

Future Past takes its cues from steampunk merging with modern design – creating a new version of the old. Click through to learn more about this 2016 Dulux Colour Trend.

Retro Remix celebrates the lighter aspects of the new retro movement where experimentation in colour combinations leads to acid brights clashing with faded muddied colours such as browns and olive greens. Retro Remix Colours: Dulux Titi Islands, Dulux Invercargill, Dulux Mt Victoria, Dulux Rangitata, Dulux Ranfurly. Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

Design age: Dulux reveals its 2016 Colour Trends:**Retro Remix**: This palette inspires colour experimentation. Acid brights such as orange clash with faded, muddied colours such reddish browns, olive greens, mustard and ochre creating.

Dark colours form the majority of the Infinite Worlds palette, juxtaposed with flashes of brilliant reds, pinks and coral and space age metallics. Glowing hues are used as accents to help recreate the eerie effect of deep uncharted worlds. Infinite Worlds Colours: Dulux Russell, Double Cove, Dulux Tekapo, Dulux Port Jackson, Dulux Victoria Street.  Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

new looks: Dulux predicts colour trends for 2016 The Dulux Colour Trend forecast for Styling by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

Dark colours form the majority of the Infinite Worlds palette, juxtaposed with flashes of brilliant reds, pinks and coral and space age metallics. Glowing hues are used as accents to help recreate the eerie effect of deep uncharted worlds. Infinite Worlds Colours: Dulux Russell, Double Cove, Dulux Tekapo, Dulux Port Jackson, Dulux Victoria Street.  Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

Dark colours form the majority of the Infinite Worlds palette, with flashes of brilliant reds, pinks and space age metallics. Click through to learn more about this 2016 Dulux Colour Trend.

Bio Fragility is inspired by natural and living matter - flesh tones, lichen, moss and stone influence the subtle hues of the palette which are derived from chalky brittle elements rather than soft textures. Bio Fragility Colours: Dulux Matamata, Dulux Havelock Half, Dulux Manorburn Half, Dulux Mechanics bay, Dulux Lake Dunstan.  Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

The Dulux Colour Trend forecast for Styling by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King. Photography by Lisa Cohen.

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