Autumn is upon us and today we're showcasing a colour Palette of rich warm colours as we head into this season
The "pictagram" shows Obsidian Blue in Velvet Luxe in the background a dark blue that will adjust to light and shadow appear richer and deeper in darker spaces and a dark blue with grey undertones in lighter spaces. Great for those who are after a blue with no green. Rich moody and can work in both contemporary and classic spaces. A great colour for the outdoors in Velvet Luxe and has been popular in our Premium Chalk Paint and is often paired with carbon black wax to make it even richer and deeper on furniture.
Country Mustard is a lovely earthy yellow that works well on it's own but can also be aged and toned down beautifully to make it more organic and earthy with Artisan Dark Wax or use multiple coloured waxes to create even more character and interest as shown on the sideboard
Firefly for the orange lovers, it's bold and beautiful and great as a coloured wax or as a stand alone colour for a contemporary space. Age and tone it down with dark waxes for a character finish. A great colour to introduce for creating rusty and rustic finishes, and a great one to consider for Moroccan style interiors, pop it with a bit of blue and gold or use it as a coloured wax to add a rusty patina to your paint finish. Interpret it in a chic way by finishing with Satin lacquer for added shine and depth and pair it with gold
Brickyard is a stunning earthy red, its warm cozy and can be made to be chic at the same time. Pair this with Carbon Black coloured wax for an industrial vibe or with dark wax for a more country style look, finish simply with Satin Lacquer to create a rich earthy chic red. Brickyard is "a red" that works easily in interiors, not too loud and beautifully earthy.
This colour Palette and pairing will add an instant Autumn mood to any interiors, it's bold, eclectic and will help to create an instant cozy bespoke space. Whether you use all three as paint finishes in a room on walls , furniture & decor or you use one or two in paint finishes and the others in soft furnishings. Maybe you want to add just one of these colours into your space or use the entire colour palette to set the mood it's all do-able through using colour to create bespoke spaces.
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