Blinding Inspiration: Bring a Splash of Colour to Your Home This Season
A mere sixty years ago, people were taking photos in black and white, watching television in black and white and even dreaming in black and white! Nowadays, colour is more abundant than ever. With a mind-boggling spectrum of colours to choose from, why not add an extra splash to your home this season? This article is going to explore all the ‘in’ colour trends for 2019, helping you to brighten up your home for the year ahead.
When colour connoisseurs Pantone released their 2019 colour of the year, many were surprised to find Living Coral come out on top. The modest shade of pink had been a quiet contender, but the announcement is set to propel this year’s victor into homes all across the country.
Why not hop on the bandwagon and adorn some new blinds with a touch of living coral? The bright pink hues are perfect for counteracting the dreary grey British weather; illuminating colour and radiating warmth will make any room feel cosy no matter the climate.
Living coral can be applied to any of the blind types we stock, including our roller blinds, which retract and extend fully for optimum colour control. Unlike painting a wall, colouring blinds provides you with the ability to display or conceal the colour at will.
Interior design in 2019 is set to feature a trend of tones that blend with the natural environment. Mossy browns and peacock blues are going to feature alongside a wide array of greens. Green tea leaf, baby spinach and earthy green will be blurring the lines between indoors and outdoors.
Why not turn your home into a beautiful garden? We supply all our blinds in a huge range of greens, meaning you can enjoy the atmosphere of a rural creek or a flowery paradise.
Speaking of flowers, expect to see the colourful buds spring onto walls, furniture and blinds this year. Flowers are the in pattern, and these designs can be tailored significantly with a wealth of different colours. Roses offer a burst of red, sunflowers radiate yellow and bluebells offer a tinge of purpley blue. These colours can all be displayed subtly within the flower pattern, something that may appeal to those looking for something a little more subdued than a single sharp, block colour.
Will blue ever not be a great colour to dress your home in? Perhaps one day — but today is not that day. Blue may be taking a slightly more backseat role this year compared to green and coral, but blue is still a fantastic colour to decorate certain rooms of the home.
Colour psychology has shown that blue evokes a feeling of calm and tranquility. Decorating a room with blue blinds can therefore help to relieve the tension of a stressful environment. An office or study first comes to mind; creating a relaxed atmosphere will help you to think more clearly and boost productivity.
Here at Kingston Blinds, we offer a wide range of blinds in a huge array of colours. Whether you’re looking to stay up to date with the latest trends, or fancy something a little more unique, we can create the perfect bespoke product for you. We manufacture all our blinds ourselves, meaning we can take your ideas directly and turn them into reality. For the best bespoke blinds throughout Hull, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, give our team a call today on 01482 407 319