• Dulux Colour of the year 2017

    Denim Drift

    Dulux Colour of the Year 2017

    Identified by our colour experts, the colour of the year for 2017 is Denim Drift. This must-have shade perfectly captures the mood of the moment as an easy to live with blue-grey that has a real soothing quality.

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This timeless and versatile blue takes on a different characteristic depending on the light, colour combination and situation. Contrast this spectrum of blues and tones with our stylish wallcoverings for a textured and inspirational interior.

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Helpful Tip #1

From the deepest ink blue to the palest misty blue, this colour spans every spectrum of life. Be inspired by our family colour palette and combine Clock Face with Sash Blue for a new perspective on Denim Drift.

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Helpful Tip #1

From the deepest ink blue to the palest misty blue, this colour spans every spectrum of life. Be inspired by our family colour palette and combine Clock Face with Sash Blue for a new perspective on Denim Drift.

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Helpful Tip #2

Contrast cooler tones of Earl Blue with regal shades of Marine Waters for an interior that depicts a sign of the times - a colour of the times.

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Helpful Tip #2

Contrast cooler tones of Earl Blue with regal shades of Marine Waters for an interior that depicts a sign of the times - a colour of the times.

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Blue is the colour of life, of everyday life. It's familiar ad yet new. Use this shade through your added accessories to add light and shade for a tranquil space to relax and enjoy.

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Helpful Tip #3

Combine Denim Drift with darker colours to make a room feel more dramatic, or layer with wall coverings for added meaning.

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Helpful Tip #3

Combine Denim Drift with darker colours to make a room feel more dramatic, or layer with wall coverings for added meaning.

New Romanticism

New Romanticism

With a re-emergence of romanticism across fashion and design, and a deeper connection with the world around us comes our trend New Romanticism. This palette explores the way we are becoming more in tune with our planet and nature, and how this inspires the spaces we create.

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New Romanticism

Shared Individualism

Developments in technology and fast-paced cities have given birth to a new feeling of isolation. Shared Individualism is a trend that explores how we come together to create a network of like-minded people. This new interpretation is reflected in the palette we have chosen through a family of colours.

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New Romanticism

The Working Home

Increasingly, our homes are becoming the centre for both our work and personal life. With the boundary between these two aspects of life constantly changing, this trend explores the need for finding balance and creating fluid environments that can accommodate both.

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New Romanticism

Considered Luxury

We’re seeing a new kind of consumerism, where value is placed on personal experience, rather than possessions. The fourth trend captures this new way of living. Creating priceless memories is our priority as we look at the world with fresh eyes, not adding clutter or more belongings to our lives, but experiences instead.

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