A renewed palette of warm neutrals inspires fresh interest by adding accents of yellow and green.
Appreciate natural beauty.
Nourish draws on nature to hero tactility and the need for comfort. It looks to rounded forms and soft objects to blend the identity between decor and furniture.
With a renewed appreciation for natural beauty – complement your home with simple, textural and nurturing hues and admire your tranquil surrounds.
'Little Vase' artwork via Castle and Things.
Scheming with a soft, natural hue such as Dulux Warm Neutral creates a calming and flexible colour palette. Layer with textures and add earthy tones to complete the look.
The influence of timber against soothing colours provides a balancing rustic feel, whilst lighter furnishings allow for a more playful use of colour.
Renewal through reignition.
The Nourish palette captures the deep appreciation for natural beauty as soothing colours encourage moments of stillness.
Welcome a true connection to nature in your home by experimenting with mossy, sage greens, turmeric and citrus hues.
A deep luxurious green such as Dulux Olive Blend encourages a connection to nature and quiet moments of gentle reflection.
Creating the look you love with the right palette for your home.
Three ways to refresh your space using Reset, Nourish and Retreat for the entrance.
Reset with elegant vintage style.
Create a restorative entrance with contrasting Terra Rose and Natural White™ with subtle hints of green.
Plants and botanicals complement this interior, using their beauty to rejuvenate our wellbeing.
'Muted Reflection' Artwork by Doulene Walker via Greenhouse Interiors
Inspire with texture and repetition.
Softer materials embellish the environment with repetitive rounded forms and fluted or textured surfaces.
What was once aged and worn, can be reinvigorated with the limited edition Duramax® in Very Cashmere.
'Puzzle 3' Artwork by Castle and Things
Unearth the serenity with Retreat.
This stunning look provides a sense of visual relief through the earthy Retreat palette.
Artwork by Castle and Things