Rose Quartz and Serenity were recently introduced as Pantone’s 2016 Colour of the Year. Blended together for balance between warmer rose tones and cooler tranquil blues to create a calming interior.
Coco Republic unveiled their new brand shoot in 2016, showcasing local and international collections and the end result fuses Pantone’s colour trend with a timeless interior aesthetic.
The shades pair well with brass, crisp white finishes and timber textures. Sophisticated marble, beautiful teak or oak and polished or brushed gold accents.
Jonathan Adler offers a wide selection of exquisite brass pieces for the home from side tables to decor. Timothy Oulton has designs constructed from reclaimed timber to provide rustic yet luxury appeal at home. Oly presents refined sophistication with signature white resin surfaces.
The duo is versatile. From wall colourings to soft furnishings and even fresh blooms, the home is the perfect canvas to showcase Pantone’s colour forecast. Use separately in a space or together for a timeless yet stylish interior.
To hone your skills on styling with colour, the Coco Republic Design School has a number of masterclasses on in March 2016 and also offers a TAFE accredited online course. To find out more, click here.
See below our gallery for inspiration, including the latest from Coco Republic.