Mark Metior – M&M Designs
The leading Pantone colour for the year is “Greenery “, however, Pink stood out as a strong contender at Maison de Object 2017 in Paris.
Complex colour, one might think, but as an interior designer, when one starts working with these and the other colours that form part of this palette, is easier to understand – Pinks and greens mixed with tones of blue and grey either independently or together.
Brass still plays a major part in furniture design and detailing and further embraces these colours Soon one realises there is not much that doesn’t work with pink and green .
The trend with wallpapers sees large botanical designs and textures featuring strongly by most of the leading brands. Don’t be afraid of accent walls in darker grey tones.
Fabrics for 2017 are luxurious, and textured velvets certainly look exciting.
Visit our retail store where we have embraced these trends with many decor accessories as well as scatter cushions from Victoria Verbaan and Evolution Products.