The starting point for this makeover was a playful, modern artwork in a riot of blue, orange, yellow and black. It was hung above the desk to create a focal point; and the colours used to inform the rest of the scheme.
Bathrooms see a lot of moisture and condensation from showers and baths, so it’s vital to choose a paint that will resist mould and bacteria.
Dulux Wash&Wear +PLUS Kitchen&Bathroom will help you ensure your kitchen walls look pristine for longer; keep bacteria to a minimum; and allow you to keep the space clean, no matter how big the mess.
With a few clever styling tricks you can add much needed warmth to any room; and bring it right up to date. Utilising Dulux paint products it won’t take long or cost the earth.
Dulux partnered with interior stylist Julia Green to guide you on how to give your rooms an on-trend makeover. If you want to liven a room; are short on time; and have a limited budget, paint can be your best friend.
Fences can be easily forgotten during a home renovation, but can make a big impact on street appeal. When repainting choose a colour that is either the same or complementary with your house’s trim to give it a cohesive look and feel, such as Dulux® Dieskau or Oolong.
Giving your window frames and trim a fresh coat of paint requires minimum effort but provides maximum impact in consolidating the look of your home against the front door, foliage, outdoor furniture and the front fence
Whether you want to go bright with a jewelled tone; dramatic with a darker shade; or friendly and welcoming with a warm terracotta tone such as Dulux® Very Terracotta; a fresh coat of paint on the front door will elevate the mood and style of your home.
For autumn 2019, design trends will embrace a rustic-luxe look, with rich, natural colours, mid-tone timbers and simple yet sophisticated styling, according to Dulux Paints.
Adding a dash of colour to your front door and porch/verandah accessories is a simple way to finish off a home renovation and to create an inviting atmosphere.
For summer 2018/19, Dulux predicts that interiors will embrace the idea of soft minimalism, with palettes featuring gentle, nurturing colours, contrasting textures and dustings of mint and lemon coming to the fore.
Interiors will take on a darker transformation with an emphasis on the 1970s in Winter 2016. Intense blues, moody purples as well as warm mauves with space-age metallic highlights will feature in the Dulux Colour Trends for Winter 2016