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Colour Trends Fashion Palette

in your home

Mix & match your colours to decorate like a pro

To create the right balance of colour, choose your ‘first’ colour from the chart as the main colour. Your second colour should be a similar hue or colour; perhaps a tint or shade of the main colour and the third colour should be an accent colour that adds interest or sparkle.

It can be a contrasting or complimentary colour. However, some of the other colours can be picked up in different things like curtains or floor rugs. With our Couture Fashion palette, you don’t have to be a professional to decorate professionally!

Couture Fashion palette: The Colours

Colours in this palette are down to earth, seem vintage or nostalgic, and appeal to our desire to live a simple, healthy lifestyle. Earthen, washed, hand-dyed, food and fibre hues feel comfortable. These slightly greyed colours are more relaxed, naturally beautiful, and have a genuine feel that works well on its own or with embellishments.

Cool colours calm and relax, making blue, green and purple the go to hue families; warmer colours provide warmth and balance.

Combine your colours – Couture Fashion

Colours in this palette are down to earth, seem vintage or nostalgic, and appeal to our desire to live a simple, healthy lifestyle.

Earthen, washed, hand-dyed, food and fibre hues feel comfortable. These slightly greyed colours are more relaxed, naturally beautiful, and have a genuine feel that works well on its own or with embellishments. Cool colours calm and relax, making blue, green and purple the go to hue families; warmer colours provide warmth and balance.



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