Ecos Organic Paints has launched its spring 2015 Colour Card
Packed with stunning pastel shades and neutral tones, this season’s must-have colours are understated yet elegant.
Throw in a bold bright as an accent shade and your home will be bang on trend for the 2015 season.
Colour Stylist for Ecos Paints, David Gill, highlights his top two emerging trends for spring 2015.
Use whispers of colour to open up space
Pretty pastels made a return in 2014, but for 2015 there’s a twist in the tail. The same pastels are lighter and more muted with a touch of grey. But don’t be afraid to combine these dusky shades with a pop of brights such as bright green or purple – try Lime or Tiffany from Ecos Paints.
Get the look: Milk & Honey; Pink Tint; Blue Tint; Lime; Ocean Drive
Weathered natural shades provide the current steer for a comfortable neutrals palette. Grey is being overtaken by taupe as the new base colour on which to hang the accents that define a room. Try with clay blues, soft mulberry and crushed pea green. All of these accents are still very muted with grey undertones, helping to create a very relaxed yet dynamic palette.
Get the look: Moraine; Dewberry; Sykes Green; Ocean Drive
Ian West, founder of Ecos Paints – who produce a staggering 180 different shades, said: “The new season will bring with it some stunning colour trends.
“Classic whites are a constant but stronger shades such as dark blues are making a name for themselves.
“The passion for inky blues is an emerging trend and one that will grow in the New Year. Ecos’ own inky blue – Artistic Blue – is perfect as an accent or feature wall in a living area, or for a bold bathroom makeover.
“Whites and off-whites will always be a classic pick when it comes to interiors, but have enjoyed a huge surge in popularity of late. All signs indicate this interior staple will remain strong in 2015.”
For further information, or to view the complete range of 180 colours available in the Ecos collection, head to www.ecospaints.com or call 01524 852 371.
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