Loft conversions: colour trends 2019
When it comes to interior designing your loft space, colour is one of the most important things to consider. Whether it’s what colour to paint your walls, the hues of your soft furnishings or tiles for your loft bathroom, the colour you choose will be what defines your new space. To help you find the right colours for your attic conversion, we take a look at the hues that are trending right now and the shades that will be setting 2019 alight.
Rose gold is the trend that will not die. Gracing the catwalks as far back as 2012, rose gold is still as popular as ever and it does not look like its going away anytime soon. From hair colour to interior design, there are over 4 million images on Instagram using the hashtag rose gold. A little goes a long way with this beautiful colour and is therefore the perfect hue for accents. Accessorise your loft conversion with rose gold, lamps, light fixtures and furniture. If you want to make a bold yet luxurious statement, choose a feature wall to adorn with rose gold wallpaper.
Ultra violet is the Pantone Colour of the Year 2018. Described as dramatically provocative and throughfall, this hue is perfect if you are using your loft conversion as an office, studio or a meditation room. This statement colour has long been associated with artistic brilliance and unconventionality. Choose a feature wall to paint or use soft furnishings set against a natural background to give the room a pop of colour.
Spiced Honey, a warm caramel colour, is Dulux’s Colour of the Year 2019. Described as ‘calm and nourishing’, this warm neutral is ideal for loft bedrooms giving the room a cosy and homely feel. According to Dulux Colourtrends Panel, spiced honey is a hue that gives space to think and dream. Pair with mid-century furniture, graphic rugs and dusty powder pink.
Bold yellows were a popular colour at Milan Design Week, the world’s most influential design event, and its set to take over from rose gold as the most popular colour on Instagram in 2019. This vibrant, sunny shade is perfect for a feature wall in your loft conversion. Yellow is one of the first colours that we can see, bold and bright, it’s a welcoming hue that can make a house a home. Offset with neutral shades such as pale grey or pair with cobalt blue for a striking contrast. A bright yellow cushion or rug in a well-lit room will make a piece of furniture pop.
Whatever colour you would choose for your dream loft conversion, get started by contacting Simply Loft for a free site survey.