Softer, brighter and toned down. These are some of the key concepts defining the colour trends forecasted for 2019.
Softer, brighter and toned down. These are some of the key concepts defining the colour trends forecasted for 2019. Pastels are predicted to become the “new neutrals”. Combined with shining metals like gold and brass - and tactile materials like velvet and wood – they create a clear Seventies vibe. Other strong trends include a palette inspired by nature, and another by the deep, musty tones of soft, wet earth. Mix and match for a truly personal style, the trendiest of all.
The coming seasons are predicted to see a revival of sherbet and candy colours like powder pink, cool mint, lemon chiffon and lavender. The time has come for pale, yet interesting nuances to reign. Pastels are even forecasted to replace white and beige as the New Neutrals, creating a warm, cosy atmosphere.
From pine green and mushroom beige to a rosy red, these colours evoke the sense of walking through nature and stumbling on a bed of rare orchids. With roots in the forest, this palette’s colourful theme draws inspiration from the wonders of nature, translated into a harmonious and sophisticated, yet lively palette.
Like a bookcase of well-read classics, these colours bring a sense of nostalgia and comfort. Sun-washed and warm, the shades of this palette range from subtle earthy tones to burnt orange, deep burgundy red and a pop of stormy blue. They evoke images of soft earth, worn leather and woven wool blankets.