Colour schemes

The Love List: 2015 colour trends

New Year, New you, New home, right?

Well maybe that’s a bit far but why not spruce up your “so 2014″ decor and jump on the 2015 trend wagon. I came across a delightful article by about their predictions of the must have colour schemes this year and below I have put together my top 3 loves.

1. Mediterranean Blue

Santorini, Greece


Blue tends to be a very calming, tranquile colour and surely that is exactly how everyone wants to start off their new year. This particular Mediterranean shade is a gorgeous splash of bold colour that looks fresh and exciting in any room. Blue 2066-10 Benjamin Moore is a great paint for this scheme.

blue collage

2. Neutral Grey


Neutral Grey


Neutral and soft greys have been popular for a couple of years now and I really believe that they are here for the long haul. It’s a great base colour that so many other colours, patterns and textures work beautifully with. Pairing it with other neutrals like creams, whites or even varying shades of grey gives a scheme a soft and fresh feel. This French Grey Mid (162) from Little Greene is the perfect neutral grey.

grey collage

3. Olive Green


Olive Green

Farrow olive

I would most definitely never class myself as a green fan. I try to use it as little as possible, I’m not too sure why I dislike it so much but I just know that it doesn’t tend to work for me. This shade however is very easy on the eye, organic and rich and I am totally in love with it. Farrow & Ball’s Olive No. 13 would work wonderfully.

olive collage 2

What do you think will be trending in 2015? Why not have a look at what House Beautiful predict here. We’ve put some more ideas on Pinterest.

Happy New Year guys!


Blush & Copper

We’re totally loving the blush and copper combo at the moment.

The blush pink gives a room a warm and demure feel, but adding copper spices things up and can make any old room look edgy and interesting. And the two together- well it’s divine. It’s so easy to bring these accents into your home and with a bit of looking around it’s definitely not going to break the bank either. Here’s some gorgeous must haves we found which would look great within this chic colour scheme.

Pink and copper collage

Blush & Copper must haves

1. Copper Davey Lighting Factory Ceiling Light, £385, John Lewis | 2. Koppel Copper Large Wall Clock, £260, Mulberry Hall | 3. Alegre Rose Beverage Glass, £8, Crate & Barrel | 4. Cameo Champagne Glass, £12, Crate & Barrel | 5. Russet Measuring Cups, £24, Anthropologie | 6.Fragrance Collection Candle, £38, Tory Burch | 7. Wispy Pink paint, Benjamin Moore | 8. Loretta Caponi Flamingo Embroidered Linen Pillow, £202, Luisaviaroma

Get more inspiration here.