Set the entire mood for your space with a fully monochromatic look - a type of colour scheme that uses variations of just one colour. Whether you prefer your colours on the lighter side or darker down the colour spectrum, there’s plenty of possibilities when playing with only one hue.
Timeless, stylish and classic, a grey on grey colour palette works in any kind of home. Ranging from soft off-white through to deep moody tones, grey offers a neutral, blank canvas that’s perfect for styling with pops of colour.
Tip: Greyscale can vary from grey/beige (known as greige) tones with brown undertones through to cooler blue-hued colours. It’s important to always test your colour at home to ensure it appears as you intended.
Reminiscent of seascapes or wide open skies, blue is a colour primed for calm. There’s a blue for every mood, whether your shade is a rich, deep navy, proud royal or bright electric.
Tip: Layer variations of the one shade through soft furnishings like bed linens alongside decorative accessories like artwork and vases.
Pre School is a gorgeous soft blue with a slightly grey undertone that is perfect for achieving a Hamptons look. This is a tranquil blue can also be used for exterior render or weatherboards. Pre School schemes well with crisp whites such as Lexicon® Quarter and Vivid White™ or for contrast try Da Blues or Oolong.
Soft, dreamy and romantic, pink and red hues inspire love and romance. Often seen in nurseries, bedrooms and living spaces, pink is a colour for all ages.
Tip: Contrast pale pink hues with rich, vibrant maroons, burgundies and reds for a dramatic look.
The colour of nature and the great outdoors, green tones create a relaxing, calming oasis. Soft sage greens meet deep emeralds in a spectrum that’s versatile and can work across a number of different room types.
Tip: Add to your green theme by introducing a variety of indoor plants — not only do they look great but they come with the added benefit of improving a room’s air quality!
Greens range from yellow citrus greens through to blue greens such as teals. Lighter muted greens can add a peaceful and relaxed feel to a room whilst citrus and brighter lime greens can liven up a space. Greens are versatile and easy to live with and can be used on the inside and outside of your home.
Natural, earthy brown tones like taupe, tan and beige are gentle and grounding. Palettes in these colours connect us to the earth and soothe the senses. Deeper browns like chocolate and toffee work well to create a warm ambience.
Tip: Layer earthy hues with natural textures like linen, cotton and clay.
Colours displayed should be used as a guide for your colour selection. To ensure best accuracy, test your colour choice at home by ordering Dulux Sample Pots and A4 Colour Swatches.
*Stickers not suitable for render, uncoated cement and rough pine.