Architects By James Dunlop

Have We Finally Moved On From Grey For Upholstery And Curtain Fabric?

For a number of years now grey has been the neutral colour of choice be it a paint colour, upholstery fabric, curtain fabric or in the finishes of your home. Colour trends for curtain fabric and upholstery fabric are constantly evolving. They are a reflection of the current events in the world, be it political, economical, social or environmental. Therefore COVID-19 has had a huge impact to these trends as we spend more time at home.

Photos courtesy of James Dunlop Textiles showcases the use of warmer greys teamed with beige.Photos courtesy of James Dunlop Textiles showcases the use of warmer greys teamed with beige.

 

Photos courtesy of James Dunlop Textiles showcases the use of warmer greys teamed with beige.

There has been a shift to warmer greys with beiges increasing again in popularity. Greys haven’t disappeared as they are the most neutral of neutrals being a combination of black and white. We are seeing warmer earthy tones as they create a sense of calm and wellbeing. Often these neutrals are being combined with bold splashes of colour or more pastel shades to enliven your interiors.

Ikigai By Mokum

Ikigai by Mokum, note the soft pastels and light neutrals

There will always be a place for greys as with whites but we are definitely moving on. If you would like to discuss the current colour trends, get in touch with one of our decorators.

Architects by James Dunlop

Architects by James Dunlop adding a bold splash of colour.

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