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2021 Colour Trends – Shop Like a Stylist

Announcing the Pantone Colour of the Year 2021

The two colours, Ultimate Gray and Illuminating, come together to support one another in the 2021 Pantone colour of the year. The union of these two colours expresses and highlights the mood of this year's pantone colour, one that is warming and optimistic at the same time as being rock solid and strengthening.

An encapsulating story of deeper feelings of thoughtfulness with the promise of something sunny and friendly. These colours help us fortify with energy to overcome uncertainty a strong foundation with a bright sparkling vivacity.

"The union of an enduring Ultimate Gray with the vibrant yellow Illuminating expresses a message of positivity supported by fortuitude. Practical and rock solid but at the same time warming and optimistic, htis is a color combination that gives us resilience and hope. We need to feel encourage and uplifted; this is essential to the human spirit."

– Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of The Pantone Color Institute

Bring this colour into your home with 'Crown of Gold' by REK

60 x 90 cm, framed in raw oak, $2,400

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Pantone Colour of the Year 2020

Now you can ‘Get the Look’ and shop like a stylist!

ON TREND…..In my inbox I spotted Arti Shah’s ‘Botanicals 1’ limited edition print selected by Interiors Addicts to highlight Pantone’s Colour of the Year which Pantone recently released. Interestingly we have this exact artwork framed and on SALE at the moment, well until this Friday! I think it’s fair to say that Pantone know colour and their team of researchers have profiled this colour to be the next BIG thing in 2020.

Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of The Pantone Color Institute goes on to say….“We are living in a time that requires trust and faith. It is this kind of constancy and confidence that is expressed by Pantone Classic Blue, a solid and dependable blue hue we can always rely on. A boundless blue evocative of the vast and infinite evening sky, Classic Blue encourages us to look beyond the obvious to expand our thinking.”

"Botanical Blue" by Arti Shah / Framed limited edition Print / $1,200 / 130 x 94 cm Enquire Now

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Haymes Paint: Trend Forecasting 2020 - Positive Light

Check out these available works from the recent Haymes 2020 Colour trends. Any of these artworks could be hanging in your home.
Haymes wall paint - ‘Royal Flair’. Thanks to @haymespaint, photography by @annetteobrien and styling by @ruthwelsby

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Untitled 73 by Eleanor Millard / $565 / 53 x 67 cm
Three Asian Bowls by Laura White / $1,200 / 54 x 64 cm
Sea Shapes 2
by Sarah Rowe / $650 / 40 x 30 cm
Blue Lake (Autumn) by Josh Fartch / $1,500 / 97 x 129 cm

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Globewest: 2020 Catalogue

Presence and Absence by Jess Merlo / $1,800 / 84 x 104 cm
The Valley by Prue Clay / $1,900 / 80 x 80 cm
Closed Shape Black by Eleanor Millard / $550 unframed / 49 x 56 cm
Untitled 116 by Eleanor Millard / $550 unframed / 49 x 56 cm

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Nectaar: Avondale House 1 Project

Interior Design and Styling by Nectaar.

Martian by Maegan Brown / $2,635 / 125 x 125 cm
Motherhood 'Pongo Pygmaeus' by Liam Lynch / $1,870 / 75 x 89 cm
Wet Forest
by Kate Debbo / $2,500 / 120 x 120 cm
Storm at Midnight by Chloe Planinsek / $5,500 / 240 x 120 cm
Swing Bridge II by Bob Sinclair / $2,925 / 91 x 91 cm

Nectaar: Avondale House 2 Project

Interior Design and Styling by Nectaar.

In The Jungle by Laura White / $1,750 / 91 x 91 cm
The Long Breathhe Long Breath by Jenny Fusca / $5,999 / 181 x 125 cm
Newcastle Ocean Baths 02 by Craig Holloway / $1,745 / 122 x 88 cm
Little House by Michelle Schofield / $1,295 / 123 x 86 cm