It’s undeniable, colour is at the core of every room design. Its the first thing we decide on, even if you choose to leave your walls white. And even though our go-to designers promise they can make any palette work in a space we had to know which hues make their hearts skip a beat.
1. Olive Green
It is known that most shades of green is popular, although Olive is right at the top of the list for most interior designers. Greens work with most palettes and can bring balance and interest to any room.
2. Dark Grey
If you want a dark and dramatic wall (that’s still inviting), go with this dark shade. Grey is amazingly versatile and can be teamed with bright and bold hues. Usual suited for the more modern scale of dwellings.
If you’ve shied away from this bold hue in the past, Baker is about to convince you to change your ways. This colour works beautifully with all shades of white and gold, lending an exotic touch to a place. Try using on furniture, like a coffee table or a cabinet if you are feeling wary about kitting out your living space walls.
2017 meant we could say goodbye to all white room’s – the return of the Navy will give your home a modern and fresh vibe – to compliment the white!
If you’re looking for a classic color that’s not boring, then purple is the hue for you! Shades of purple are so pretty, yet they really stand out as different amongst the sea of greys, whites and blacks.
Or white! The use of one or the other as a secondary color in just about every design. Using a bit of either elevates the room and appoints everything around it to a special hierarchy on which to stand.
7. Soft Green
You can’t go wrong with a muted green. It’s the perfect touch of colour that adds life to a room, while also allowing other design elements stand out.
8. Warm Grey
A warmer grey is still the go to colour that is versatile in all rooms and homes new and old! Its the new go to blank canvas to the white or neutrals
Not only is yellow energising and uplifting, when yellow is used in halls, entries and small spaces it can feel expansive and welcoming.
This colour still has many benefits, choosing a bright white allows for endless versatility and always feels fresh. Then you can layer in more vibrant shades on top or keep everything white for a surprisingly dramatic look.