Welcome — It's no surprise to social commentators that colour trends mirror the moods of the moment.
It's no wonder we are all falling for green when eco-friendliness, wellbeing and biophilic design continue to capture our consciences.
Likewise, rich earthy tones are coming to the fore as we seek to ground ourselves. We are lapping up soft, soothing peachy pinks when the world beyond our walls is full of digital chatter and often lurid commercial messages... moreSearch Habitat articles
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Where do trends come from? Who decides millennial pink will morph into shades of blush and peach? In fact, who decided millennial pink was a thing in the first place? The answer is ‘everybody’; the global collective influenced, consciously or unconsciously by what is going on around us in the world... more
Stripes, triangles, colour blocks – painted features keep going strong. It seems we’ve all been having fun of late – personalising our interiors with bold shapes and strong splashes of colour. We’ve seen geo shapes, chevrons and mountain profiles, as well as more freeform feature walls in watercolour effects and tonal layers... more
After years of bedecking our homes in palest greys and hint-of-warmth greiges, the look for neutrals is heading back to those with a warm or brown base. Rather than the latte tones we saw in the 2000s, however, these new neutrals have a touch of earthiness and a slight yellow cast... more
Wallpaper returned to our homes recently in a flurry of stylish designs and colour, and its presence shows no sign of abating. The range of styles and colours seems endless, from lush tropical leaf designs, oversized mural styles and faux looks to whimsical botanicals, quirky graphics and luxe metallic finishes... more
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