We all know that the spaces surrounding us influence our mood and wellbeing. That’s why selecting uplifting, feel-good shades for your interior schemes is so important.
Across the landscape of interiors, a bundle of new shades have been revealed as 2022 creeps onto the horizon. From Dulux’s Colour of the Year, Bright Skies, to Farrow and Ball’s Breakfast Room Green No.81, the shades of next year span an array of blue and green tones, closely resembling the calming scenes found in nature. But, creating uplifting spaces can also be achieved by injecting bold, daring colours.
Here, we take a look at three materials that can help you master the art of bringing a pop of colour into your interior schemes.
Unique and sustainable, Durat produces a solid surface material containing recycled post-industrial plastics and is 100% recyclable. Available in more than 200 vibrant colours, designers have ample choice for experimentation. And thanks to its easy-to-maintain, hard-wearing properties this material can be applied in a number of ways, brightening up a variety of interior schemes. On top of the bright tones available, Durat also features a three-dimensional surface texture, bringing a further level of depth and tactility to any space.
Got a specific colour in mind? Durat lets you create custom colours too, making the colour palette practically unlimited. Discover Durat.
Neutral schemes are being replaced by charismatic, striking colour palettes. Design your spaces to give occupants a natural pick-me-up by playing with striking shades and textures to create a focal point in the room.
Combining energetic shades with geometric designs, such as nature-inspired honeycomb, Bencore offers a range of composite panels which can be used for walls, dividers or doors. Instantly adding character and statement to a room, this material inevitably elevates the mood.
Camira Fabrics’ latest range, Quest, is the epitome of biophilic design. Inspired by the coast, its perfect blend of bold, muted and pastel blues adds a touch of ocean warmth to interior schemes, creating serene spaces with a calming and soothing effect.
The trend for wellness-centred design explores the wellbeing benefits of fostering a connection with nature, and how the use of materials that provide an outdoors-in feel can help to achieve this. But this range goes one step further. Produced using the debris found floating in our seas, this collection of fabrics purposely combats marine plastic pollution, simultaneously improving the beauty of both the external world and the interiors in which the fabrics are used. Incorporate this yarn into your next scheme to let occupants relax in the setting of a conscientious material.