Colours, themes, styles and textures all evolve from season to season. You naturally have a lot of over-lap. Blush pink was hot in 2018, but will still be a prominent colour for future seasons to come. The versatility of the shade lends itself to other evolving colour pallets. However, it will probably be represented slightly differently this season and paired with a completely different contrast.
Blush is here to stay
In the past, blush has sat quietly alongside the gentle greys and soft neutrals. It was part of a dreamy, softer pallet. Very feminine and timeless and worked fantastically in nurseries and bedrooms. This season we are seeing the colour represented in a more sophisticated pallet. It is now paired with its louder more brash cousin the ‘hot pink.’
Instead of the calming greys of past seasons, we now have a more vibrant partnership with grass greens and electric blues and the aforementioned hot pink . The pallet is now energised and exhilarating and yet somewhat mystifying and magical.
Bring on the Mustard!
Mustard is another colour which shows no signs of slipping away quietly. This autumnal hue has already started to grace the shops in everything from scarves to vases. Yet again, we have been enjoying this shade in clothing and interiors for a while now, it is not particular new as a standalone colour. However, its retro hues are still being splashed across the interior world in both contemporary and classic settings. We are however, becoming a lot more adventurous with the colour combinations.
Bolder statements are being achieved by pairing back with a crisp white as opposed to the softer, more subtle grey we have seen in the past. Mustard and black is another winning combination for striking a more dramatic punch.