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Dulux Colour Trends 2018 | My Interpretation of KINSHIP


Following on from the launch of the Dulux Colour Trends 2018 'BALANCE', I am excited to share my interpretation of the Kinship trend with you today. Working with the Creative Director of the Dulux Colour Trends, Bree Leech, I was given the task of creating a concept for an interior space, reflecting the Colour Trends' Kinship theme. Featured in the Dulux E-mag, here's a look at how my living room came together. 

I loved interpreting the Kinship trend. The rich earthy hues are very much on my radar right now and I was immediately drawn to the deep red, brown and caramel tones. Together with cosy, neutral shades they create a warm, cocoon-like atmosphere perfect for a living room concept. For the walls I used Dulux Tikitiki alongside Hildegard. My hero pieces, a Fritz Hansen Lune Sofa, pendant light, layered rugs and wall art, are inspired by Dulux Very Terracotta, Raccoon Tail and Fortrose. I chose Dulux Glinks Gully as a neutral accent to carry through to other furniture selections. Embracing expressive folkloric elements of the Kinship theme I have chosen beautiful wood, woven and ceramic pieces to add texture and interest to the room.

In the video from the launch I talk a little more about Kinship and my concept. For a close up of the product credits/links and key colours, be sure to check out the Dulux e-mag where you can also read my styling tips on how to achieve the look.

Look out for Part II on the blog later this week where I'll be sharing some beautiful imagery from the Kinship trend, and how the key colours can be applied to different rooms of the home.  

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