Trend-setting colours for 2011
As we get closer to the end of 2010 more and more colour trends information is being released. That being colour palettes, fun fabrics and fashion textiles for your home for the New Year.
So it is no surprise that Crown has released their colour trends for 2011 and key themes and styles that are popping out are vibrant and earthy; and loud but serene.
In a previous blog post we chatted about how important it is to colour co-ordinate your home, to ensure all appliances and furniture match to create that homely feel and give it some personality.
Ulster Weavers have put together the colour styles from Crown’s intelligence, so you can think of some ideas to decorate your home in 2011 if you are wanting that new start and fresh slate.
Or instead of re-decorating, why not match your home textiles to one of the new schemes so you can stay up-to-date and on trend.
2011 sees a flashback in time over a decade ago and a return of the 1950s, which can only mean retro with bright turquoise and soft grey colours.
The colour trend amethyst is set to carry on from Autumn/Winter but with softer more earthy tones of amethyst, biloba and lavender, with teal and flax yellow; in comparison to the glitzy eggplant-fuchsia and plums.
Would look great paired with black and silver, your home-ware would dazzle. Purples can really create a very colourful scene and connote a cool warm feeling.
Crown is working the sexy bachelor look here and it’s very striking. With striking orange features, tarnish brass and royal golds, your home will certainly look and feel like a palace to eat in.
A fantastic colour palette for your kitchen including beige and anaemic skin tones, it glows with soft peaches and blushing cheeks. Perfect to co-ordinate your tea towels and tea cosies with! Your home will feel warm, snug and cosy and ideal to spend time in as a family cooking.
Here we have natural tones and materials creating a laid back feel but then bright colours adding a vibrant accent to the scene. With the Natural Primary trend we have splashes of unadulterated red and yellows.
So now you know what colour schemes to go by, check out www.ulsterweavers.com for high quality kitchen textiles that make a house a home, which have become famous all over the world.