Color Inspiration No.10: Pine, Velvet Purple, Bosporus, Amber & Grape

Color inspiration No.10-Eclectic Trends

Color Inspiration No.10 is thought as a palette for Autumn/Winter 2017/18. Pine, Velvet Purple, Bosporus, Amber and Grape are the tones that have inspired this mood board.

Color inspiration No.10-Pine, Velvet Purple, Bosporus, Amber, Grape-Eclectic Trends

“La Parisienne II”, Dior por John GallianoCathleen Naundorf Photogrpahy| Broste Copenhagen | Koché | Dulux

We start seeing Velvet Purple already this Autumn season though it will be more accepted next year. Purple has never been a mainstream color and is associated to luxury, nobility, spirituality and authenticity (among others). As for the other hues, they are   warm and even moody, mysterious and working all very well together. I would go for  textile print, wallpaper, upholstering here. You can see more color inspiration boards right below. Have a great last September week!

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