Updated: Sep 24, 2021
Dulux has just released their Colour Forecast for 2022, with three distinct colour palettes that are inspired by our natural surroundings and speak to the ways our world has changed. Flourish, Wonder and Restore invite us to discover a newfound sense of calm, reflecting on what we have learnt and embracing our hopes for the future.
With rich and sensual hues, from the deep blues and greens of Dulux Kenepuru Sound, Dulux Karori and Dulux Browns Bay to the earthy tones of Dulux Silo Park and Dulux Deep Leather, brightened with the glamour of Dulux Gold Vintage, this palette is all about adventure and passion for life. Flourish complements these colours with decadent materials, such as velvet, silk and natural leather, and vintage finishings, bringing together the glamour of a time gone by with our hopes for the future.
These earth-based neutrals create a calming space, a place to retreat from the world and recharge. The Restore palette and materials embrace nature and provide comfort through touch, with raw timber, unstructured linen and textured stone. Furniture is designed to embrace, and colours like Dulux Natural Flora, Dulux Lauder and Dulux Millwater provide a soothing respite from screens and devices to ground our senses.
Dreamy and sentimental, Wonder speaks to the desire for more fun in our lives. Mix unexpected combinations of colours and patterns to create whimsey, try pairing the soft shades of Dulux Tuakau with bright artwork, or Dulux Mātauri Bay with vivid checks and stripes. This palette brings the colours of dreams and memories into your home, giving you permission to express your creativity your way.
Get the look The Dulux range is available at your local Colourplus, and with our range of curtain fabrics, décor items, wallpaper and blinds we can help you bring the look together.* Our experts provide in-home consultations, and throughout all COVID-19 Alert Levels we are also able to hold these virtually, so you can keep your interior project moving forward.
*Dulux paint is not available at Colourplus Morrinsville, Gore & Queenstown.
IMAGE REFERENCES: Images supplied by Dulux. Styling: Bree Leech. Photographer: Lisa Cohen
Left: Wall front Dulux Whāngārā, Wall back Pōhutu Geyser, Trims & ceiling Sandfly Point Half. From Left:"Divine Melon" by Nicole Neliusand. “Wild Flower" by Llewellyn Skye, Fenton and Fenton. Middle: Walls & trim Dulux Kenepuru Sound, Chimney breast Gold Vintage Gold Effect Right: Walls & trim Dulux Browns Bay, Ceiling Sandfly Point Half
Left: Walls Dulux Ōpononi Quarter, joinery in Finnegan
Middle: Wall Ōpononi Double, Feature wall Wigram. "Night 1" by Phoebe Halpin, Studio Gallery Right: Wall Dulux Lauder
Left: Walls Dulux Tītahi Bay, stripes Queenstown Hill, trim and ceiling Southern Alps. "Afternoon sun on the wildflowers” by Mandy Francis, Studio Gallery. Middle: Walls Dulux Edvard, trims & ceiling Southern Alps. "Aeonium In A Posy With Kangaroo Paw and Paper Daisy” by Dominka Keller, Forman Art and Framing. "Lemons On A Pink Table” by Helen Mccullagh, Forman Art and Framing. "Green & Purple Freedom" by Brigita La, Modern Times. Right: Weatherboards Dulux Lakeside, Trims Southern AlpsFind My Store