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A nifty guide to using Pantone colours in your décor this Spring!

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Abstract

Abstract

A pattern or design that does not represent any recognizable objects but is symbolic or impressionistic.

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Accent colour

Accent colour

A contrast colour that enhances the colour palette of the room and furnishings.

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Art Deco

Art Deco

A modern design inspired by Cubist and Aztec styles that celebrates symmetry and geometry, and features bold colour.

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GREEN

Colour psychology: Embodying the best of nature’s bounty, green introduces the harmonious world of nature into your home. The colour brings forth images of verdant fields, lush forests and tender shoots to lend an impression of growth, renewal and wellbeing. It inspires balance between your heart and your head, while bringing about both tranquillity and prosperity. Green can restore your energy and even reduce your stress, making you feel safe in your sanctuary. Historically speaking: The most common colour in the natural world, green represents spring and is the colour of money, signifying both rejuvenation and financial success. Best Use: Green can create a calm haven in your lounge, add a sense of prosperity in your home office, lend a nurturing vibe in your kitchen and revitalize you in the bedroom.

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