Colour Trends for Spring & Summer 2011
This year there are some great new interior colour trends that we at The Binary Box are in love with! We decided to fill you in on some of our favourites, and introduce you to Adobe Kuler, a great colour-scheme creator that’s perfect for all you budding interior designers! This Spring and Summer, get ready for exciting nature-inspired colours and the fabulous nautical-living trend that interiors just can’t shake!
Get a load of these fresh and zingy colours Dulux have released:
Forest Falls 1 & Forest Falls 4 – Dulux.com
Forest Falls 1 & Blue Diamond 5 & Summer Breeze 4 – Dulux.com
This great collection is inspired by the escapism of nature. These beautiful colours are sure to give your home that outside-inside feel!
We’re also really loving the calm and peaceful shades that are on-trend with the Beach theme interior stores are going crazy for! This trend isn’t exactly new, but it’s one that’s so classic it’s predicted to make come-back after come-back. Here are some images to get you inspired to create your own nautical-nest!
This nautical style is probably one of the easiest design trends to achieve, and it’s hot for 2011! Combine crisp whites and cold blues to create rooms that look like they belong in a lighthouse. Don’t forget to add some natural rope as well … you can never have enough natural rope in your nautical-themed rooms!
We also played around with Adobe Kuler to give you some great ideas from both of these colour trends. Have you ever played with Kuler? We really recommend it! You could spend hours in front of it just creating fun colour combinations. (It’s definitely a site to look at if you’re thinking of re-decorating!)
Here are some of the ones we came up with following these two colour trends:
Kuler is great in that you can create colour combinations from existing images, which makes being on-trend more effortless! So sit back and relax, knowing that if you have a specific colour or pantone in mind, you can ask our bespoke service to colour-match your stickers for you. Now there’s no excuse not to get creative ;)