The age of intelligence may be upon us, but our romance with the past lives on. As smart technology reshapes our lives, we take the opportunity to reflect on the design icons of our past. Visiting history’s best moments with fresh eyes, we borrow from the legacies of our luminaries to refashion our future. Colours featured: Dulux Chainmail (walls and trim), Oath (ceiling) and Lexicon® Half (door).
The rapid progress of new technology is tempered by the simple genius of classic architecture and design. The balance plays out in an opulent fusion of eclectic classic style. Hints of '70s glamour are enlivened by sassy bursts of '90s style. Yet understated luxury exudes an aura of elegant timelessness.
Spaces in the Reflect palette exude a moody opulence that is bold in statement and elegantly timeless. Classic form meets opulent style with eclectic mixes from different design eras.
Traditional colours are brought together in combinations that stay true to the classics while modern design twists are added through unexpected décor, furnishings and art. Metallic accents add to the luxurious feel of the trend.
Use the muted tone of Goyder Green to create a sense of elegance, relaxation and tranquillity for spaces in your home. It is ideal for walls, bookcases, highlighting marble mantles and providing a striking compliment to light drapes. It pairs beautifully with the perfect warm ivory of Whisper White.
Crumbling antiques create a beautiful contrast against contemporary décor in classic forms, and precious materials of brass and marble. Bold modern colour breaks from tradition and creates a distinction from the past.
Add a touch of indulgence to your spaces by combining luxe finishes with a palette of precious jewel tones. Relics from the 20th century are reborn into the new millennium.
The moody opulence of Forbidden Forest makes it the perfect deep jewel tone to set off an elegant look. It is also a great starting point for graduating through its colour family with the inclusion of lighter shades such as Magnetic Green, Aqua Frost Quarter and Aqua Frost Half.
Be adventurous with colours you love. Deep moody hues when combined with classic '30s cues blend with bold '60s style to create an ‘eclectic classic’ look.
The Reflect trend is moody scheme draws on the splendour of jewel tones to create an opulent yet tastefully elegant colour palette.
Dulux has been crafting some of New Zealand’s most iconic paint colours for nearly a century. Here’s how our Most Loved Whites and Neutrals can work in harmony with the Reflect palette.
The perfect ivory white, Dulux Remuera pairs beautifully with the Reflect palette’s muted greens tones. Use this scheme to create a sense of relaxation and tranquillity in your homes spaces.
The subtle grey undertone in Dulux Manorburn Quarter makes for a refreshing contrast against the deep charcoal of Chainmail. For a little zest throw the uplifting yellow green of Dulux Organic Olive into the mix.
Match Coffee Table by Paola Vella- Ellen Bernhardt for Arflex, Poliform 2. Invisble Cities Candleholders Brass, Hava Studio 3. Crystal Vase, Home owner’s 4. Sahar Collection 105094 rug, Behruz Studio
3265 Iris No 01 Runner, Behruz Studio 2. Stamp Console by Miriam Fanning, Grazia & Co 3. Plaster Female Bust, Lost Profile Studio 4. Crescent Lamp by Lee Broom, Café Culture Insitu
This is my dream ‘room of one’s own’ – a modern take on an elegant space. The bronze feature wall ups the glam factor, and the mix of furniture and accessories from the 50s to now keeps the feeling fresh and contemporary. Lighting would be hung low, and kept dim at all times. Heather Nette King heathernetteking.com.au
Colours displayed should be used as a guide for your colour selection. To ensure best accuracy, test your colour choice at home by ordering Dulux Sample Pots and Large Colour Swatches.