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Pantone Unveils 2018’s Inspirational Colours

Pantone, the authority on colour, recently revealed the colours for 2018 that will brighten your interiors. Here we share these 8 inspirational collections along with 8 interior design brands that live up to these hot 2018 shades! 


This palette features vegetal kinds of colours like Celery and Foliage being combined with berry-infused purples and an eggshell blue. This palette is symbolic of health with a profusion of greens and some bright and contrasting hues. With this incredible green, BRABBU shows us the Davis Armchair. This piece was named after the sea along the coast of East Antarctica, representing its colours and its ripple through the forms that convey movement.



Complementary colours on the colour wheel – oranges and blues – are combined in this palette that is clever and “resourceful” in re-using and re-furbishing what consumers may already own. In this way, BOCA DO LOBO highlights Heritage Nightstand. This piece is influenced by the tiles, a landmark in Portuguese culture. Originating from the Arabic word zellige, this traditional hand-painted tile that can be found all over the country, from churches to houses and gardens and was often used to tell tales of Portuguese history.

With an orange option, RUG’SOCIETY enhances Neo Royal Rug. With its bold design and unusual graphics and patterns, it will give comfort, elegance and class to your room. A 100% handmade product that transforms any division. Playful: This palette is out-of-the ordinary and quirky. The colours are “bright-hearted” more than light-hearted” with names to match, like Minion Yellow, Lime Popsicle, Green Flash and adventurous blue Skydiver.

Catching this motto, and with its peculiar pieces for children, CIRCU presents 2 wonderful pieces for the littles ones: Sky B Plane and Sky One Plane. These pieces are inspired by the Disney movie “Planes”. With a creative and playful design, these two beds make the crib-to-bed transition as painless as possible. The decorative suitcases are storage compartments and allow the kid to climb up and down the airplane. Soar high above the clouds! Some kids are born to fly! It has secret storage compartments on both sides of the bottom wing and in the staircases. The top wing is a shelf.

Discretion: “Discretion” colours are the opposite of “Playful”. Nostalgic tones like Elderberry, Bleached Orange and Hawthorne Rose combine with strengthening tones to bring novelty to a subtle palette. These colours send us to ESSENTIAL HOME. Take a look to this Armchair in a combination of exotic material such as dark walnut wood and gold plated brass turns, it is a modern version of the 60’s keen. Its upholstery may be in accordance with Essential Home textiles collection and it has a brass detail at the end of the feet.

A retro design armchair that will keep you in touch with your inner bohemian. Far-fetched: This palette is refreshing and combines three popular rosy tones with Iced Coffee and Ruby Wine, as well as a few earthy tones such as Cornsilk yellow. Thinking on these three colours, KOKET present us the Camilia sideboard. Designed passionately and exquisitely by the incomparable talents powering Koket, the Camilia was created to grace the most regal of dining rooms with its elegance and splendour.

Inspired by the aristocratic palaces of the Alexandrian pashas of Egypt, the mother of pearl Camilia is crowned by artisan hand-carved peacock, meticulously engraved and delicately finished in gold leaf.

Intricacy: This palette reflects the popularity of intricate designs. It features the “new neutrals,” aka metallic but a florid Holly Berry Red and yellow Sulfur add a layer of drama.

In this way, DELIGHTFULL highlights two wonderful chandeliers: Sinatra Suspension Lamp and One Neon Lamp from its Graphic Collection.Sinatra’s light fixture is simply Delightfull’s best design creation.

Graphic Collection Delightfull Province Lighting in South Africa

A sculptural and versatile creation which is suitable for the most demanding setting. Its structure is handmade in brass and the lampshades in aluminum with the possibility of having 1 to 5 moveable arms. If you ever find yourself listening to “New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra while drinking a cocktail, this piece will be there. To be number one is as easy as ever and it has Delightfull’s motto.

Sinatra Suspension Lamp available from Province Lighting in South Africa

Intensity: Coolly composed shades of plum, blue and blue-green quell the fires of orange Emberglow, Molten Lava and Bossa Nova. Golds and black complete the palette.

Speaking about Golds and Black, LUXXU, brings us two new pieces: Empire Side Table inspired in Empire State Building adds a classic yet modern appeal to any space. Made with the highest quality of brass and nero marquina marble, this is ideal to create a spectacular and sophisticated living room, entrance or bedroom; and the Beyond Console shows the exquisite capacity to fill a variety of ambiances thanks to its luxury presence. The best handmade techniques find balance in a delicate work in wood softened with touches of brass that reflect warm and golden tones on its polished surface.

Tech-nique: Colours include a vibrant blue, green, fuchsia and purple, along with iridescent peacock tones in both turquoise and hot pink, which are offset by Brilliant White and Frosted Almond. Look at these amazing pieces that MAISON VALENTINA brings, to give you some great ideas for a luxury bathroom. According to the colours presented, the brand shows Lapiaz Freestand, The French word is the name given to the typical karst formations produced by surface dissolution of limestone or dolomite rocks. It can also be caused by freezing and thawing in cold climates.

This is how Lapiaz luxury freestanding washbasin emerged. Imagine a stone frozen and freshly cracked to show the entire world a rich, golden interior. The polished brass details and mirrored sides attribute this luxury design artwork an arctic yet comfy with warm beauty. Definitely a statement piece for the most luxurious interior designs.


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