Brave Ground – Color Of The Year 2021 By Dulux

Posted By Gudy Herder / September 8, 2020 / 0 Comments

The season of paint color trends for next year starts as per today with the first Color Of The Year 2021 by Dulux who presents Brave Ground. Think of the feeling of being surrounded by clay, soil, or sand and the need for down-to-earth decisions and environments. Think of a timeless hue, easy to combine, one that makes you feel good and is flexible at the same time. A hue that can be used in any single room in your home, which is not too fashionable and provides a feeling of comfort and safety.

One of the most popular posts of the past 12 months on Eclectic Trends has been our forecast on The Universe Of Brown as Color Of The Year 2020, we are happy to see that this color spectrum still goes on.

An expert panel of trend forecasters, architects, color designers, editors, and design specialists came together at the Dutch HQ of paint company Dulux to discuss not only color but socio-economic movements in current times.

The past year has seen how we live and work utterly transformed. We have gone through the most uncertain of times, so it’s understandable that we see reassuring, natural tones returning, which can be used to create the calm and sanctuary people require.”

- Heleen van Gen, head of AkzoNobel's Global Aesthetic Centre, Netherlands

 

 

This year’s color spectrum is called The Courage To Embrace Change.

 

Color Of The Year 2021: brave Ground by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Color Of The Year 2021: brave Ground by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Color Of The Year 2021: brave Ground by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Color Of The Year 2021: brave Ground by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Alongside the Colour of the Year, Dulux includes four complementary color stories to combine Grounded Brown or use alone.

Please find the palettes of Earth, Trust, Timeless, and Expressive below with one selected example.

1// EXPRESSIVE

In the mood for some more energetic and also subtle hues? The Expressive Palette is made for stand-outing out applying red and pink hues. These can be balanced with more neutral tones if you love warm expressive colors but don’t need to be energized 24/7.

Colors Of The Year 2021-Expressive Line by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

 

Colors Of The Year 2021 by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Adobe Pink

Colors Of The Year 2021-Expressive Line by Dulux-Modest Grey-Eclectic Trends

Modest Grey

 

2// TIMELESS

Yellow has been around for some time now in several tints and shades, from bright to earthy, presenting warmth and energy spending moments without overpowering.  This palette reminds of longer days, a sunflower field, and harvest in late summer. The first three neutrals add light and a timeless backdrop.

Timeless Line-Color Of The Year 2021: brave Ground by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Timeless Line-Color Of The Year 2021: brave Ground by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Gooseberry Fool

Colors Of The Year 2021 by Dulux-Gardenia-Eclectic Trends

Gardenia

3// EARTH

The name is self-explanatory, the palette echoes the sky view of our planet, including the (cloudy) sky, lakes, and oceans. The greenish and blue palette colors starts again pastel neutrals to finish with an almost black shade.

Earth Line-Colors Of The Year 2021 by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Earth Line-Colors Of The Year 2021 by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Misty Sky

Earth Line-Basically Black-Colors Of The Year 2021 by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Basically Black

 

4// TRUST

We feel most connected to nature, its greens and browns, its where we disconnect and recharge. The spectrum of browns represents comfort, feeling safe, and grounded. It reminds of a cozy blanket, a cup of tea or coffee, a good book, and a weekend retreat in a cabin.

Colors Of The Year 2021 by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Saddle Brown

Woven Nest-Colors Of The Year 2021 by Dulux-Eclectic Trends

Woven Nest

All images: Dulux


If color is your thing, please see our latest ezine and Color Inspiration No.29 including a palette of five hues, percentages, and hex codes. You can download a copy here.

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