Wall Colour Trends

October 1st, 2017

Repainting and trying out a new shade can really redefine your home décor style, especially when you need to add fresh festive warmth to your interiors without really changing much. So go on paint your favourite corners in the hue you adore or just revamp your entire wall colour! Here is what the colour palette of 2017 looks like…


Four color worlds as inspiration

From 16 primary colors, four-color worlds have been composed. No broad recipes but ideas and suggestions for successful harmonies. Each of the four color worlds is based on specific color thoughts.

Eye-catching Terra, Blue, and Khaki:

Earthly and natural, warm and comfortable - but with the current touch: Terracotta reinvents itself in pastel colors, modern interpreted in retro style without grave Mediterranean. Khaki adds luster to the color world. A powerful blue gives the fresh kick.



Eye-catching mint, yellow and apricot:

The pastel world of the 50s seems now sporty-cool. Mint, apricot and a bright, sparkling yellow unite to a fresh, lighter modernity. Anthracite creates an exceptional contrast.

Eye-catching cognac, blue and khaki:

Cognac - this trend nuance stands for fine leather. The combination with a bright gray nuance lights it up. A deep, intense blue color reinforces the exclusivity of this color world. The softly subdued curry yellow gives the appearance a carefree aura.

Eye-catching red and reed:

Can red be soft and harmonious? Yes, it can! Because red not only defines the actual tone, the trend is the combination of several nuances. For example, an intense sorbet-rot and its soft pastel variant. Broken white lets the tones to radiate, mild red creates a pleasant environment.

Courtesy: Caparol Paints

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