Spring may not have sprung in the UK judging by the snow we had last week, but it can’t be far off surely? So with that in mind, we have put together our top 10 spring colours for 2016.
1. Soft Pink
Pink is a great colour for spring. It reminds us of budding flowers and flushed cheeks. The gentle tone of pink conveys a sense of composure and compassion, making it ideal for spring.
Peach is a shade of orange that hasn’t been seen much in interior designs. However, peach is a much warmer tone, which can often make a space look more welcoming.
3. Light Blue
Light blue is an airy colour as it is the colour of the sky. It can have a calming effect and can often cheer you up when you’re feeling down.
4. Dark Blue
Dark blue is a stylish and sophisticated colour. Team it with yellow, light brown, or peach to create a striking spring themed interior.
Yellow is the main colour used in spring-themed designs. It often evokes feelings of calmness and transports people to a happier place.
6. Duck Egg
Duck egg has a touch of green in it. Normally duck egg blue is a clean, clear and defined colour. It can evoke feelings of tranquility.
Lilac is a great colour to neutralise. It is a subtle colour but can add an edge to classic shades. We think it looks great paired with red.
Red is an exciting and passionate colour. It can provide an interesting contrast to the soft pastel colours of spring.
9. Light Brown
Light brown is a colour that can be used in all seasons. However in spring, it is good to use as a neutral colour.
Green is the colour of nature and obviously one of the main colours used in spring trends. Match with dark blue to create an exciting spring interior.
So if you’re planning a home interior makeover this spring, it may be worth keeping these colours in mind. You can explore our full-colour collection by browsing each colour. Visit us here!