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Colour Trends 2015

Colour trends 2015

Colour trends 2015 are all about the calming effect for our lives and how to reduce stress.

Connect with the environment around us, we surround ourselves with colours that reflect  landscapes from the  ice terrains to the wildest forests and blue mountains.

Wildland illustrates a story through the contrast of light and dark, shades and hues, a story of discovering the beauty in what nature has created and embracing imperfections. Use primitive of materials such as timber, stone, leather and fur we reconnect with our primal selves. A variety of neutrals also provides calming for our busy lives.

Wildland colours

Wildland colours

Silentshift’s soft colour palette allows us to create spaces which there is minimal pattern and contrast, inviting your mind to rest and to take time out with silents. We shift our approach to find a new balance between fast paced and slow living. Simple curves and block colours in cosmetic hues create spaces with a dreamlike quality, conducive to silent moments. Soft pastels are in but use them wisely.  Add these colours in cushions and objects, while keeping the palette neutral.  Add a feature wall in the bedroom goes down nicely with this colour option.


Silentshift swatch

Silentshift swatch


Modhaus takes its cues from design movements where colour was explored using bold playful combinations and pairing. Memphis design of the 1980s is at the core of this trend. Contrasting colour blocks and graphic patterns, often in black and white, are paired with repetitive geometric shapes to balance out the colour play. This colour trend is best used again in your accessories to add impact with statement pieces.




Reducing our impact on the earth continues to be a crucial community goal as we aspire to get in touch with nature, recycle and reuse, on a more personal level.

Earthworks explores our desire to have greenery in our homes and workspaces. The urge to be more environmentally friendly , to create things from scratch and to be aware of the source of our food drives this trend. A palette drawn from greens and mineral hues creates spaces where mimicked or real nature blends seamlessly with future interiors.