Earth-based hues create a harmonious setting to help with inspiration and creativity.
Embrace the blurred balance.
As our home and work lives continue to blur, we should upgrade our spaces accordingly to become a hybrid of functionality. This offers the ultimate palette for flexible living.
Draw on nostalgia, comfort and security, and make way for textures that are naturally authentic, like stained timber and feature materials that are sourced sustainably.
Artworks by Casey Freeman artist via Greenhouse Interiors.
A neutral grey creates a soft and contemporary look. Pair with a deep blue and warm white such as Dulux Whisper White which balances earthy colours.
Use decorative items that have a personal meaning and are well-loved.
Just the right amount of simple.
Architectural and furniture shapes are simple and sometimes utilitarian but never stark or too minimal.
The bedroom is a great place to begin your colour journey. Indulge in tranquility by contrasting darker hues with a light and softer palette.
'Sun Drenched' Print via Greenhouse Interiors.
The Retreat palette offers endless opportunities to blend a stylish home office into a place full of comfort and security. Express yourself through accessories and inspiring artwork.
The Retreat palette
Stormy blues and soft greys connect a verdant Mangrove green and earthy burgundy in Burnished Bark.
Creating the look you love with the right palette for your home.
We invite you to explore how the home office is brought to life across the Nurture and Reset trends.
Recipe to reset for slow living.
Take your well-loved traditions and layer them with a personal flair. Soft neutral tones are perfect to invoke peaceful moments and reflect on better things to come.
'Staircase in Pink' Limited edition print by Charlotte Taylor via Greenhouse Interiors.
Revolve, nourish and renew.
Explore the deeper variations of the Nourish palette to create an inspiring bespoke home study environment.
Dulux Morocco Tan offers a comforting richness and warmth, ideal for a personal workspace.
'Joshua Tree Flowers' print by Leah Bartholomew via Greenhouse Interiors.