ColourFutures 2015: Inspired by Finding the Wonderful in the Everyday.
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Being in the outdoors, making the most of small areas within larger spaces; lots of wood, canvas & stone.
Rich earth tones of sepia, ochre, sienna and baked clay; work naturally in colour fades & two-tone displays.
The increased use of layers in design to create interest and depth.
pretty, dusty pastels; especially beautiful when used in clusters or in special effects such as marbling.
Investigating and bringing to life dull, overlooked spaces; making a virtue of “negative space”.
A mix of blue, khaki and pink-toned neutrals allowing for tonal or harmonised schemes.
The rise of traditional styles & hobbies; celebrating our differences without losing equality.
A mix of classically masculine & feminine tones; combine well in simple partnerships.
The movement to community trade & sharing resource, a new social economy.
An eclectic mix of berry reds, citrus and ochre shades, most effective combined in blocks.