2019 is a year of colour filled creations.
We're seeing so many lovely palettes popping up on our Pinterest and Instagram feeds, so we thought we'd share some of our favourite combinations with you.
First up is a palette full of warmth and features the popular Pantone Colour of the Year for 2019, Living Coral.
We love the gorgeous combination of flat golds and warm neutrals alongside the Rust and Living Coral. This is clashing in a great way! - We'd pair it with our Dove Grey Classic Beech bunk for a lovely, soft combination.
If you love the vivid greens that have been making their presence known, then why not give them a whirl in a child's bedroom? Green is a very gender neutral colour, making it ideal for shared spaces. It can look really sophisticated, so is better in older children's rooms. Why not be daring and mix up all the greens in one go!
Since green can be pretty dominating in a room, we'd pair this palette with our soft Woodland grey bunks to complete the natural theme.
Our Tranquil Flow palette is embracing all things oceanic. Indigo and Sapphire are still high in the style stakes, though they've moved on with a slightly grey edge with Slates and Petrols coming through, and whilst there's a general feeling that blue can be cold in a bedroom, by combining it with Gold, it allows warmth to shine through.
Style with our Painswick Blue Fargo high sleeper bed to really create multipple layers of Blue.
If you like Living Coral, but may not be able to cope with it covering a whole wall, the good news is that Blush is still very much out there. The Memories at Dusk palette turns to nostalgia and a soft, muted palette that includes Mauve tones such as Grape.
We'd love to see our Fargo with carved heart styled with this dreamy palette, for a soft, pretty style!
And finally, a combination of muted retro brights for the bold amongst us!
We think this palette would look wonderful alongside our Edit bunk in grey and white. With a post-modern styling to the bunk, we reckon this scheme would look right at home!
Do you have any other palette loves?
We'd love to see them!
Happy Styling! x