While there is a sense of safety in the familiar, we cannot ignore the call to break out and express our true selves. Comeback speaks to this innately creative desire, inspiring us to blend contemporary design cues with vintage pieces.
Comeback blends eclectic style with vintage charm to create a rich and layered aesthetic that feels expressive in its maximalism, yet reassuringly familiar.
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Blues can create a tranquil and calming atmosphere in your home. Dark blues can add sophistication and moodiness to the space whilst lighter blues can add a sense of calm. Blue is a versatile colour and can be easily schemed with many other colours for the interior or exterior.
Borrowing from the past turns our focus to the design classics of the 1920s–1950s, such as the Bauhaus, and Arts and Crafts movements. The result? A blend of personality, heritage and sense of home.
Vibrant, clean colours like the striking Dulux Master Blue can create a key highlight and, in open spaces, help to divide the room into functional zones. Weave sentimental throwbacks with flashes of 80s-inspired fun.
Comeback’s serene and refreshing tonal blue palette is right at home in a bedroom. Tap into the terrazzo revival with graphically patterned textiles.
Use your everyday living spaces to hero personal items alongside eco-sensitive vintage purchases and new heirlooms. Feature objects that are both elegant and timeless, then add a pop of retro-cool.
Tonal blues draw inspiration from the early 20th century, with warm hues of burgundy, rust and mustard to accentuate that elegant vintage style.
The Dulux Colour Forecast is about more than colour, it helps bring trends to life in your home through styling and accessories. Here we take you through key elements and styling tips for the Comeback trend.
A rug can bring together all the colour elements in the room. Create an unexpected highlight with a traditional Persian style rug alongside modern retro styles. The look is surprisingly timeless.
An unusual mix of decor can be cleverly united through a common colour palette. We recommend varying blues and greens combined with fresh white and accents of purple, red and orange.
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.