Whether used in a classic dining room or retro living space, teal will bring a touch of class to any room.
Green may help focus the mind and calm the nerves. Take a cue from ‘green rooms’ and use this colour to enhance your mental clarity.
Looking to add a little drama to your space? Use black sparingly and create a striking look.
A rich red with both brown and purple shades from the colour wheel, maroon is a colour that evokes comfort and warmth.
When winter sets in, surround yourself with shades of red and you just may not need that extra jumper.
The colour of a swimming pool on a hot summer’s day, cerulean works wonderfully as an accent hue in all rooms of the home.
A passionate red with a touch of zingy orange, scarlet is a high-octane hue that adds energy to any interior.
Turn your bathroom into a tranquil oasis with a warm grey colour scheme that exudes serenity.
Love the joyous hues of Claude Monet’s paintings? Dip into the Impressionist’s paint palette to spice up your home.
A golden hue that evokes warm spring days, apricot is particularly powerful in small spaces or rooms that receive little natural light.