By 84 Top Interior Designers
Colours are an integral part of design and come in incredible palettes that can invoke relaxation or provoke and energize. When creating a colour scheme for the interior décor, there are many factors to consider, including the kind of colours, the personality of the user and sensibilities with colour. Our yearly online survey with renowned interior designers continued this year as well, where their choices let us draw-up our winning shades in 2019. Our survey covered 84 Design experts worldwide whose daily work with hues and designs gives them a deep insight into fashion and classic trends.
Let us see which are the colours that will adorn our living and office spaces this year. The Pink-tinted 'Living Coral' is Pantone’s "Colour of the Year", 2019. In the race for the top-spot, the gold-orange tone wins, beating competitors like blue, greens and grays and is the first time that Pantone has picked a Pinkish hue as 'Colour of the Year.' Pantone believes that 'Living Coral,' shade of orange with gold undertones represents bold and animated living.
Colour Experts at Dulux went with the rather subtle 'Spiced Honey', a warm amber tone inspired by the golden liquid-Honey. The hue reflects the versatility of honey, which can be vibrant or calming when combined with the other hues in the colour spectrum. Sherwin Williams' official choice is Cavern Clay, representing simplicity, free spirit and rejuvenation. Metropolitan, a stylish grey is Benjamin Moore’s choice for The Colour of the Year. This cool shade from the neutral part of the spectrum depicts calmness, smoothness and understated glam.