While 2015 isn’t quite over yet, Beacon supply partner Dulux has already begun looking ahead to the next big thing in interiors and design. Dulux is delighted to have launched Colour Futures 2016 – their global trends that include striking colour palettes, new decorative paint effects and innovative colour combinations to use in the home or business.
Introducing... Cherished Gold from Dulux
Dulux are one step ahead and have now revealed their chosen chosen shade for next years, colour of the year. Cherished Gold is an evolution from 2015's shade, Copper Blush, and ties into the ongoing trend of using metallic tones as a part of interior design. Warm and subtle, Cherished Gold pairs equally well with fresh pastels and rich jewel tones alike. Whether you own a boutique hotel or want to renovate an area within your property, the shade’s earthy quality means it’s a great choice for any type of space. Dulux has gone one step further and made the colour even easier to use by teaming Cherished Gold with a selection of coordinating hues to bring extra sparkle to your property.
Rebecca Williamson, Senior Colour Design & Content Manager at Dulux, comments: 'Gold and tones of gold are being used everywhere in the design world. It is a recurring colour and material at design fairs and in graphic design as well as in architecture, fashion, beauty and interior decorating. For 2016 Cherished Gold is a beautiful next step, a natural evolution and transition from Copper Blush, last years' Colour of the Year. As metallics continue to add that feel good factor into our homes, this earthy gold inspired hue will offer that little touch of glamour in an authentic and personal way.'
Image credit: Dulux
Did you know that Beacon Design Services work closely with Dulux and their design services arm. To find out more about the Dulux product range, Dulux Design Services and how alongside, Beacon Design Services we can help you renovate your property quickly and easily, please do get in touch. Simply call 01904 695535 or email our Beacon Design Services manager, Christopher Johnson by clicking here.