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Dulux Winter 2020 | Decadent Tones and Luxe Detailing

5.27.2020

For Winter 2020, Dulux have drawn inspiration from their striking Indulge palette. One of the four themes identified in the 2020 Dulux Colour Forecast ‘Essence', the palette combines rich and cocooning tones of russet and berry to transform your home into a nurturing retreat for the cooler months.


“The Indulge palette is warm and sophisticated, the ideal colour cure for those gloomy winter months,” says Davina Harper, Dulux Colour Specialist. “Deep burgundy, soft violet and accents of coral and mustard feel opulent and exciting, with hints of art deco and 70s disco adding a touch of nostalgia.

A great palette for revitalising formal areas in period and heritage homes, such as the living room, dining room, hallway and master bedroom, it cleverly blends old and new so you can introduce contemporary flair into your home whilst honouring its history. To show how easy it is to rejuvenate your home for winter with colour, stylist Bree Leech made over a home office in a heritage home using the Dulux Indulge palette.

Before and After // Colours:Dulux Wash&Wear in Russet Tan and Cardrona 
Artwork: Still Life with Dianthus and Bee by Dena Khan

Paint is by far the easiest and most cost-effective way to invigorate an interior space, and what's more, Bree has achieved this without changing much of the furniture or even the curtains. She says “Given the room’s grand proportions and character, the Indulge palette of rich, saturated hues was a natural choice. I chose Dulux Wash&Wear in Russet Tan for the walls and shelving in the home office, which has a luxurious, enveloping feel. Colour contrasts can be incredibly effective when you want to highlight specific features in a room; I retained the existing white ceiling and fireplace, which were painted in Dulux Cardrona – a classic warm white, that allowed the cohesion of these elements with the white desk."


The addition of a large rug in warm colours of rust and coral that harmonises with the walls provides softness underfoot, while an art deco inspired side table was chosen to tie in with the curves of the desk and chair.

To learn more about Dulux’s 2020 Colour Forecast, Seasonal Trends or to view the eMag visit www.dulux.co.nz

Styling by Bree Leech / Photography by Lisa Cohen 


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