Take the soft pink Heart Wood – Dulux Colour of the Year 2018 – and pair it with a broad range of versatile, nature-inspired blues and greens that suit every room, every occasion and every age group.
Communal kitchen colours
Softening a slate blue against off-white colour scheme with a trim of Heart Wood adds an eye-catching feature and warmth to these cooler shades. It’s a very easy way to warm up cooler rooms. Complete the look with natural woods for a modern, stylish feel.
A bedroom kids grow into
Do your kids share a room? Play with that sense of sharing by linking the two beds with chunky horizontal stripes. Here we have used sky blue and yellow cream with Heart Wood to create a mood that’s cool yet playful – and will work for children of different ages and genders. Don’t forget to make a feature of the window with a strong Heart Wood border.
Expert tip: Horizontal stripes of colour make a room feel wider – vertical stripes make it feel taller.
A two-tone wall can create a striking backdrop that’s simple to achieve and, with these nature-inspired colours, feels fresh and easy. When it comes to colour combinations, a darker shade works better below a lighter shade. As a finishing touch, use Heart Wood to highlight features such as window frames.
Inspired by two-tone walls?
Do it yourself by following our step-by-step guide to creating the two-tone paint effect.