Colours speak many languages. Sometimes it speaks the language of warmth, somewhere else, of calmness, of peace. In a home, it is the backdrop against which you set up your entire stage. It is which gives you the essence of a room, the feeling per se. Palettes in a colour scheme interact with each other and blends uniquely to create the atmosphere of a particular space.
In simpler words, colours can make or break your home. And if you are having a hard time choosing the right colour for your home and are confused amidst the varied hues and palettes, you are the right place! Mobel Furniture brings to you the Top 5 Colour Trends of 2015 so that you can transform your home from good to glam!
Mediterranean Blue:– One of the trending colours this season is the Mediterranean blue, the fabulously rich palette that one sees in all the panoramic Greek towns along the sea…the windows and doors at Mykonos, the church roofs of Santorini. Also known commonly as the Greek blue nowadays, its one of the hottest colours of the year that looks lovely when paired with shades such as white, pink or gray.
Olive Green:- Another hue trending this season is the Olive Green that’s creating a splash in the Bedroom and kitchen spaces, mainly on kitchen cabinets. A warm tone, this shade reflects an organic fresh feel and is neutral enough to be paired with almost any other vibrant colour.
Gray:- Gray tops the list as the most popular neutral colour of 2015. Soft gray walls paired with contrasted white or light gray ceilings and deep charcoal furniture or deep red accents are the flavour of this season.
Warm Tones:- Warm and muddy hues such as rust, aubergine, dusty oranges, saffron, etc feature on this year’s top trending shades. Used cleverly with a splash of a bright colour on top can give that glam quotient to your living space!
Bold Pairings :- Another trending style is to mix classic colours with a bold and unexpected shade to create a unique and vibrant colour scheme. So classic white and black paired with a bright red or blue and greens paired with splashes of citrus orange hues are examples of the same.