Written by Hugh Metcalf

Trending paint colours for decorating your home

Time for a seasonal refresh of your home décor? Try these hot-right-now wall colours from your favourite paint brands

  Farrow & ball deep reddish brown paint from the Natural History Museum collection - inspiration - goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Deep Reddish Brown from Farrow & Ball’s Natural History Museum Colours of Nature collection

Autumn is the perfect time to indulge in a little painting and decorating – after all, a room refresh is just what the doctor ordered to fight off the cold weather blues.

It’s also a time of year when some of our most-loved paint brands, from Dulux to Farrow & Ball, unveil new paint ranges, as well as their trend predictions for the upcoming year.

Get ahead of the bandwagon and consider these stylish new paint colours for your next renovation project.

Tranquil Dawn

Duluxu's new colour of the year for 2020 tranquil dawn hazy pale green - inspiration - goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Dulux

Named as Dulux’s Colour of the Year for 2020, Tranquil Dawn is a peaceful, hazy green shade chosen by trend experts for its calming benefits. When it comes to using it in your home, this paint is easy to team with both punchier jewel tones and subtler colours. If you’re head over heels for this calming colour, check out some of our other ideas to incorporate Tranquil Dawn into your home

Adeline

Graham and Brown's paint colour of the year 2020 adeline - inspiration - goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Graham & Brown

Graham & Brown’s colour pick for the coming year is a rich bottle-green. While it may make for a far bolder wall paint than Tranquil Dawn, it shares its invigorating and freshening take on the home décor.

The Colours of Nature

Rooms featuring Farrow & ball's Lake Red and Dutch Orange from the Natural History Museum collection - inspiration - goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Dutch Orange and Lake Red from Farrow & Ball’s Natural History Museum Colours of Nature collection 

This collaboration between Farrow & Ball and the Natural History Museum is filled with rich, historic colours, inspired by the museum spectacular buildings and the exhibitions of natural wonders within it.

 

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