The colours of 2016 in interior design are Rose Quartz and Serenity
Spring has arrived such as the time of refurbishments and renovations in our homes. By choosing the decent colours, any interior can be redesigned in various ways according to our taste. Cozy or classic, harmonious or extreme, each can be reached by using these chic colours.
We asked our stable of interior experts what colors they think will be popular in the coming months. Here are 5 hues you'll likely want in your home very soon.
Rose quartz and Serenity
Many people assume these colors are too childlike, but when used correctly they can add a level of sophistication and warmth. I like pairing these shades with cool tones, such as white, grey and blue to make a room both elegant and engaging. It also won’t look juvenile when adding metallic colours to them such as some bronze or gold.
A Clean White
Although I love using color in design, there is nothing like the use of neutrals to balance it out. I love a clean white palate with art and furniture to accent it. The color white is transcendent, powerful, and polarizing – it is not just a design trend, it’s a design essential.
Design is moving back to its roots. It's not about flash and the latest technology; it's more about classic elements that make us feel good. This soft ice-coffee colour picks up the light beaming through the windows of this Budapest apartment.
2016 is the first year of the Pantone Institute choosing a colour-pair as the new trend. One would think this means a more strict and bounding combination than before, but when finding the proper pairs to the interior, the whole feeling will be enhaced not just by the colours but by the shapes as well.
Faux-brick, Faux-wood, Marble-like or Metallic
The latest and one of the biggest trends now in Budapest is to redesign apartments with striking, unique ways. Metallic is for example a sleek, luminous finish that lends a shimmering richness to classic colors and introduces a timeless luxury to walls, trim and architectural elements throughout the home.