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Home Trends: Trending Colours of 2018

Posted on January 26 2018

We've all heard that PANTONE 18-3838 (Ultra Violet to most) is the Colour of 2018 - but what about those other colours that we'll be seeing in various trends throughout the year?

We've put together a selection of our favourite upcoming colour trends of 2018 - inspired by a fantastic selection of artworks - and using colours selected by Pantone themselves!

'Exploding with zest and energy, this palette of pure, unadulterated color which screams “look at me” comes together to create a bold statement with feelings of excitement and high voltage effects.'



We hope you enjoy our selection.

Ultra Violet
18-3838



Studio Experiments 7, Patrick Jameson
Limited Edition Print
£85

We have created a collection themed around Pantone's official Colour of the Year 2018.
If you just can't get enough of this vibrant shade, discover the collection here.


Citrus
14-0955



Map of NYC - Yellow/Blue Sky, Ursula Hitz
Limited Edition Screenprint
£150

Some bright, breezy citrus yellows are just what we like to see this dreary time of year.
We'll be the first to welcome summery colour into the home!


Raspberry
18-1754

Jimi – Smoking Purple Yellow, 45 RPM

Jimi - Smoking Purple Yellow, 45RPM
Hand Finished Print on Aluminium
£6,000

Raspberry is a fun shade of slightly-off red. This piece featuring Jimi Hendrix also
features diamond dust - giving it an extra sparkle!


Hawaiian Surf
18-4538



Blue Nude III, Henri Matisse
Limited Edition Print
£120

Hawaiian Surf is a great solid blue shade. We can see artworks with a blue hue working really well on white walls this Summer - stay tuned!


Oriole
17-1350



Forces that lurk behind everyday life, Ashley Cook
Limited Edition Print
£456

A warm orange is always welcome. The piece above from Ashley Cook is one of the deepest oranges we've seen!


Butterum
16-1341



Misty Trees, Bob Marshall
Original Art
£225

Butterum is a slightly tan shade of light brown. Bob Marshall's original artworks are as detailed as they are atmospheric - aided by the many subtle shades of brown.


Bamboo
14-0740



John Minton, Lucian Freud
Limited Edition Print
£1,500

Bamboo is a greenish-tinted brown, colder than several of the other colours chosen here. We're looking forward to seeing how designers use this colour on interiors.


Bodacious
17-3420

Tristes Tropiques #2, Katsutoshi Yuasa - CultureLabel - 1

Tristes Tropiques #2, Katsutoshi Yuasa
Limited Edition Oil-based Woodcut on Hand-painted Paper
£1,800

Bodacious is as fun as it sounds! This hand-printed woodcut from Katsutoshi Yuasa boasts incredible detail and texture.



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