Copper Blush Weber Cabinet
I was recently asked to provide a comment on the 'Copper Blush' trend for 2015 - why its going to be so popular and more importantly how to use it!
Hopefully you might have caught it over the Christmas period but if not here's the article in full along with suggestions from our Copper Blush curated collection. :)
Happy New Year!
“There is no doubt that metallics have been a key trend in 2014, and there’s little to suggest their popularity is diminishing. It is fitting therefore that Dulux have chosen Copper Blush as their colour of the year for 2015. Copper Blush is a warm, grown-up, terracotta-pink which is perfect as a backdrop for all those shiny metallic pieces you may have invested in during 2014, taking you seamlessly from one season to the next.
But Copper Blush is not just for the metallic junkies amongst us. It works perfectly with crisp whites, reclaimed wood, pastels and dark greys, enabling you to incorporate it into a wide variety of interiors. Indeed this is Dulux’s vision, the forecast theme for 2015 being ‘Everyday Plus’ which is all about finding new subtle ways to add colour to everyday/normal lives and spaces.
Here are four differing ways to introduce this delicious coppery hue into your home.
Latisha Side Table
Simple Cool: Off-set rich copper blush walls with pure white Scandinavian and mid-century inspired furniture. Keep things super simple, then add designer flair with raw wood or dip-painted table legs in a contrasting fluro like fizzy yellow, or complementary bright such as coral or orange.
Edgy Dark: Create contrast by combining copper blush with dark charcoal. The juxtaposing dark hue tones down the coppery richness and keeps the look grounded yet chic. Incorporate grey-scale textiles, dark woods and copper accessories for an edgy, sophisticated look that’s hard to beat.
Romantic Charm: Copper blush is brought to life with fleshy pinks, earthy clays, pastels and natural woods. This layering of complementary shades and textures creates an easy-to-live-with atmosphere with an essential touch of elegance. Accessorise with natural textiles for a relaxed vibe or glassy objects and French pieces for a more glamorous, feminine look.
Placida Desk Light
Clearly copper blush works wonderfully with metallics.It is divine as a backdrop for copper furniture, lighting and architectural pieces breathing warmth and luxury into a space. Remember to break it up with pops of pure white or soft grey so the look doesn’t become overbearing.”