Many colour trends from 2018 have crossed over into 2019 but with a little more refinement…
Move on over greige! Make way for muted pastels such as lavender, mint, tea rose, lilac and the pale peach. Some would say these colours are old fashioned but they have been updated by adding grey in each, producing a soothing sophisticated group of colours used in commercial and residential design application alike.
Red excites our emotions and brings forth positivity to motivate us to take action. The use of more than one tonal red can revive an otherwise dull space or soften the look with a rich warmth. Contemporary neutrals and an eclectic mix of red creates a blend of modern simplicity with earthy traditions of the past giving retail, hospitality and commercial interiors a cozy energy.
Layered teal tones add depth and work well with warmer wood tones such as walnut and camel. Together with accents of warm metal finishes like copper and gold create timeless environments. This continues the 2018 trend of green environmentally friendly commercial spaces that is loved by interior designers across the board.
Blush & Berry
Blush (millennial pink) is still going strong this year. The inclusion of berry helps to anchor blush, other neutrals and shades of pastel. Gold and brass tones assist this muted but saturated colour combination. JDG has incorporated blush into a variety of applications -food and beverage, residential and corporate rooms.