Winter

The cooler months of winter call for rich hues and cosy textures.

Our Retreat palette from the Dulux Colour Forecast 2021, consists of earthy and muted tones drawn from nature; oceanic blues and nourishing greens to create a comforting and secure feel in the home.

Before

Before

With plenty of natural light and space, this bedroom ticks all the boxes. The only thing missing is some personality and tactile elements to create interest.

After

After

The easiest way to change the mood is by adding some colour. The deep blue of Dulux Winter Sea and soft neutral hue of Dulux Vintage Linen transforms this bedroom into a quiet and comforting space.

Fast Forward, original artwork by Liam Snootle, from Studio Gallery

Styling

To make the space feel more inviting, consider adding some layers to your home such as warm rugs, cosy cushions and snuggly woollen blankets.

After
Style Tip

Style Tip

A neutral grey creates a soft and contemporary look. Pairing a deep blue and warm white such as Dulux Whisper White helps balance the earthy colours.


Colours

Order colour swatches and test the style in your home.

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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.


Before

Cosy and Comfortable

Adding textures like the dusty blue rug and stone hue cupboard helps to create a cosy and comfortable haven. 

The pale greige of Dulux Vintage Linen on the ceiling and windows softens the contrast with the deep blue.

Styling

Express yourself through accessories and inspiring artwork. Don’t be afraid to mix and match pieces from another room as long as they serve a purpose and fit with your colour palette.

Artwork by Rachel Castle

After

Cosy up to earth-based hues this winter

The Retreat palette helps to create a soothing and welcoming sanctuary perfect for winter hibernation.

Bring the colours of Retreat into your home using Dulux colour samples and Sample Pots.

Fast Forward, original artwork by Liam Snootle, from Studio Gallery