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How to incorporate 2018’s colour of the year into your home

Dulux has announced Heart Wood as its Colour of the Year 2018. Here's how to introduce the warming purple shade into your home...

Every year, Dulux announces its Colour of the Year, the shade that the brand believes will be loved by homes all around the world. This year, it’s Heart Wood that’s come out on top. Dulux described this soothing purple-grey hue as a ‘warm neutral with a hint of heather,’ and as such an adaptable colour, it’s sure to appear in homes all over the globe in 2018.



Want to integrate Heart Wood into your own home? Here’s how you can do it…

Start small with accessories

If you’re not ready for a complete rethink of your current colour scheme, or just want to experiment, adding a few accessories is a great way to integrate Heart Wood into your home. Buy some heather-grey cushions for your sofa, invest in a fluffy purple throw, or treat yourself to a Heart Wood-inspired candle for an instant colour refresh that will lift your home.

Enhance your home’s natural materials

Heart Wood was inspired by the increasingly warm, pinkish shades of wood that are making their way into people’s homes. Thanks to its neutral colour properties and warming effect, the calming heathery hue is a great way to add a splash of colour without going overboard: just paint doorframes and features like beams and skirting boards to instantly freshen up your woodwork.

Freshen up your bedsheets

Thanks to its neutral foundations, Heart Wood is really easy to integrate into your home without a massive change. So if you can’t afford to upend your furniture or repaint your walls, a simple change of bedsheets can make all the difference. Look for dusky mauve and taupe colours: our luxurious Egyptian cotton bedsheets are a great place to start.

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Create a small sanctuary

Part of Heart Wood’s appeal is its soothing hue, so make the most of the colour’s calming effects by integrating it into a space where you love to relax. Whether you’ve got a whole room or a small snug to work with, combine Heart Wood with blush pink and cocoa shades to create a blissful retreat in the heart of your home.

Get colourful

Just because Heart Wood is neutral doesn’t mean it has to be paired with whites, browns and creams. It’s the perfect shade to match with blush pinks and zesty lime greens for a colour pop that doesn’t make your eyes hurt. Alternatively, pair with gold or copper-coloured accessories for a contemporary look that will work in every room in the house. 

 

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