Homes are very much our own personal canvases. The way that we decorate says an awful lot about our individual character, personalities and tastes, so it comes as no real surprise that the home décor industry here in the UK is worth millions.

For those that like to express themselves through home décor and colour schemes, here are a few top colour trends for 2019 and some inspirational artwork available on our website that offers the perfect complementary companion for a wide range of tastes.

 

Spiced honey

 

On Floating Pond by Elizabeth Williams
On Floating Pond by Elizabeth Williams

Dulux’s paint colour of the year, spiced honey brings a whole new dimension to neutral tones with a hint of warmth. Designed to work well with creams, browns and earthy hues, this autumnal shade evokes feelings of falling leaves and cosy winter evenings without being too overpowering.

Ideal for feature walls or larger rooms that can carry a bolder tone with ease, our On Floating Pond canvas by talented artist Elizabeth Williams helps break up the spiced honey hue with an injection of vibrant blue as well as hints of the wall shade detailed in the reflection in the water.

Velvety greens

 

Peacock by Reneta Bachvarova
Peacock by Reneta Bachvarova

Green is very much the new grey this year, with several rich shades hitting the most popular wall colour tones list for 2019. Lighter shades are making way for deeper tones that have a rich, velvety feel and work well as feature wall colours in smaller spaces of for homes with a vintage look.

The inspiring Peacock by artist Reneta Bachvarova is the perfect accompaniment to this colour, as the feathers of the majestic bird match the opulent shade beautifully and give that extra level of decadence to any wall it adorns. A classic nude topic with a modern twist, this piece screams luxury and is very well suited to such a rich shade.

True blues

 

Wave Study no2 by Colette Baumback
Wave Study no2 by Colette Baumback

A delicate and natural collection of shades for 2019, true blue offers timeless elegance and serenity in spades.

With regency palette roots, true blue is a lighter, more modern take on deep navy shades that works well in rooms of any size, either as a feature wall or solid colour. The powerful Wave Study no2 by Colette Baumback would work wonderfully with this shade, as it contains varying blue hues and vibrant whites that perfectly captures the raw energy of a crashing wave with plenty of texture that makes a real statement on any wall.