A celebration of cultural heritage with fresh, contemporary overtures

In our search for spiritual wellbeing we find comfort in folklore and the revival of long-held traditions. Kinship is a celebration of cultural heritage with fresh, contemporary overtures and colours that have been brought together to lift you up and cocoon you in.

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The key to an eclectic colour mix can be as simple as keeping it tonal. Scheme rich ochre with terracotta and rust and use contrasting colours sparingly.

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A colourful mish-mash of folklore influences will fill your space with warmth and positivity. Choose colours, art, textiles and objects that make you feel happy, it’s a combination that will always work.

Organic green such as Herbalist pairs perfectly with warmer hues of Motueka and Maiko. To help ground your interior, punctuate it with dark accents such as black, featured in artwork and furniture pieces.

 

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Mix and match your cushions and throws to create a lively interplay of colour and pattern in your living spaces. The subtle blue undertone in Ruski can help elevate a grey scheme, creating interest and contrast against warmer shades in timber finishes.
 

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The key to a diverse colour palette can be as simple as keeping it tonal. Scheme rich ochre with terracotta and rust and use contrasting colours sparingly.

 

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An eclectic space often benefits from a neutral backdrop. Dulux Hildegard is a grey with distinct green undertones that can pair with many colour variations.

 

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Palette

A combination of rich, earthy hues intermingled with cosy, neutral shades makes up the Kinship palette. These are colours to lift you up with their positivity while keeping you snug with their warmth.

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Most Loved Whites + Kinship

Dulux has been crafting some of New Zealand’s iconic paint colours for over 80 years. Here’s how our Most Loved Whites and Neutrals can work in harmony with the Kinship palette.

Dulux Cardrona

Dulux Cardrona is a beautiful warm white that elegantly offsets the warm tones of Dulux Maiko and Glen Murray. Apply this subtle, contemporary scheme to any room in your home.

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Dulux Hakataramea

Dulux Hakataramea is timeless and contemporary in essence – a perfect pairing for Ruski. Create colour highlights in your spaces by using the balancing warmth of Very Terracotta against the Kinship palette’s cooler hues – especially those with grey undertones.

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Suppliers

1. Flowering Gum Sand Rust Tablecloth, Bonnie & Neil 2. Japanese Lacquer Tray, Kazari 3. Ceramic Vessel and painted jugs in Dulux Ruski, Stylist’s own

1. Rodarv cushion, IKEA 2. Indonesian Batik Print Cushion, Kazari 3. Crewel knotted Stripe cushion cover in Nightshade, West Elm 4. Indonesian Batik Print Cushion, Kazari 5. Diamond Motif pouf, West Elm


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Create the look: Kinship

I was immediately drawn to Kinship’s palette of deep red, brown and caramel tones. Together with cosy, neutral shades they create a warm, cocoon-like atmosphere perfect for a living room.

I chose Dulux Glinks Gully as a neutral accent to carry through to other furniture selections.

Michelle Halford
thedesignchaser.com

Learn how

View the Dulux Colour Trends 2018 digital magazine for full supplier and colour details.

 


More 2018 Colour Trends

Essential

Calm and nurturing colours to help you slow down and find serenity.

Escapade

A dreamy cocktail of colours to inspire discovery and escape.

Reflect

A rich, moody palette to blend your past with your present.