Each year, the global research ColourFutures identifies a colour of the year as well as a colour palette based on social, economic and design trends. For 2019 it is the colour Spiced Honey. Spiced Honey is a warm, soft tone with an amber undertone. Together with the other hues in the palette, like a nudish pink, warm shell, or a toffee shade, it creates a warm and inviting space. Spiced Honey also matches well with the darker trend colours joyful ruby; or a red wine kind of shade, and with a dark royal blue.
How to use the colours trends of 2019
At the Amsterdam Design Expo, paint brand Flexa created in collaboration with a few interior bloggers, tiny rooms to showcase how you can use the colour trends in basically every space and design style.
Interior stylist and blogger Souraya from BintiHome, created two tiny rooms with her signature east meets west look. She has Egyptian roots and uses her heritage in her styling by use of small details and accessories.
In the nursery
The trend colour palette of 2019 also works well in the nursery. Blogger Marina van Maanen from Dutch interior blog Veel Woongeluk, created a charming nursery.
From the bathroom to the bedroom, the colour palette spruces up any space. The warm colours are not overbearing but subtle and timeless.
2 thoughts on “How to use the Colour Trends 2019”
I’m loving the stone colour pallete that’s set to be so popular in 2019, it just pairs so well with many of the trends of 2018, such as the the botanical trend, meaning you don’t really need to do a complete revamp if you wan’t to be on trend as you can see with the room looks created here. All the little details really work with one another. I’m also loving the leather drawer pulls which I’ve also noticed are pretty on trend at the moment.
You’re right, it does pair well with other existing trends.