This year we have delved into the Dulux colour forecast for 2024 and we like what we see. The colours and tones are aligning with the drapery and blind fabrics that we are being shown from our textile suppliers for 2024 interior design.
Designed to transform your home into a soothing retreat, the Solstice palette of rich and organic hues, can cocoon us and help to evoke feelings of strength and joy. Solstice is influenced by the pared-back Scandinavian design style with the added warmth of colours inspired by the Mediterranean and desert landscapes.
Charles Parsons Interiors are a leading textile supplier in New Zealand and their latest range Cosmo with its soft textural open weave and colours such as Pebble, Spice and Moss are a perfect accompaniment to the Solstice story. The Frazerhurst showroom has just received a waterfall hanger ready for you to loan.
Travel, cultural differences, bohemian charm and the art of craft influenced the Journey palette of lavish midtone colours for a maximalist and eclectic feel in our homes.
Recent additions to the Weathermaster® roller blind range resonate with the Journey story. Especially in the Block out range, Palm Beach, with their traditional and heirloom tones such as Summer Storm, Porpoise and Iron. You can find these on the Weathermaster® Website.
Heavily influenced by the nostalgia of the postmodern era, with a particular emphasis on the ’70s, the Muse palette is a celebration of the free-spirited styles of the past.
The Apollo collection from Warwick comes to mind when we think of nostalgia, with a nod at being a touch retro. This is a linen look semi sheer that has a coastal vibe but will look great in a city zone. Especially if paired with those deep tones on the walls.
The Warwick web site has a ‘visualise’ tool so you can see the fabrics in drapes. Give it a try.