7 Dulux Paint Colours That Are Currently Trending - Houseace
7 Dulux Paint Colours That Are Currently Trending

07/04/2019

A fresh coat of paint can make the world of difference to the look and feel of your home. But unless you have been religiously scrolling through Pinterest or you’re an interior decorator, then it’s likely that you are a little overwhelmed by the sheer amount of choice. (Who knew there were 1,000 shades of white to pick from?!)

Fortunately, we can help you out with that! If you’re thinking of painting your home or your office space, (or getting Houseace painters in to help out), you may get some inspiration from knowing what paint colours are currently on trend and transforming homes in Sydney.

Here we’ve rounded up 7 Dulux paint colours that are currently trending at Houseace. Hopefully this list will be a useful source of inspiration for your own home improvement project!

 

Lexicon Half White and Lexicon Quarter White

Kicking off this list is the hallmark of all paint colours – white. White is a timeless classic so it is really no surprise that all-white walls and decor remains a hugely popular interior design trend.

The most popular white paints that we use at Houseace on properties in Sydney are the Dulux Lexicon Half White and the Dulux Lexicon Quarter White. This is for both exterior painting and interior painting Sydney.

Both are lovely warm white colours and create an ideal backdrop for any space. The colours instantly brighten up a room while lending depth and dimension, creating a homely and spacious modern look.

The Dulux Vivid White and Dulex Natural White follow closely behind as popular white paint colours. We’d recommend Vivid White for really adding light to an ultra-modern space.  Conversely, Natural White is better for creating cosiness while keeping that clean, cohesive look.

 

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Lexicon® Quarter. Image Source: Dulux

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Lexicon® Quarter. Image Source: Dulux

Monument Grey

2019 is the year of neutrals and there is arguably no colour more neutral than grey. At Houseace, Dulux’s Monument Grey is a sure favourite for homeowners wanting to introduce a little bit of character to their interior design.

Grey brings a sense of tranquillity to a room. If you are a grey enthusiast looking for a slight variation from the obvious neutral paint colour ideas, Monument Grey is an excellent choice.

Effortlessly versatile, this light grey shade of paint looks great with pastel shades (a light pink sofa or pink cushions would work really well).

 

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Monument grey paint

Monument® Grey. Image Source: Dulux

Blueprint

It is somewhat difficult to put your finger on what colour blueprint is exactly. The colour is usually described as a medium hue between soft denim and navy.

Whatever shade you identity it as, Blueprint is fast becoming a favourite amongst homeowners. This hue works beautifully with elegant furnishings and also looks great when paired with the colour mustard.

It is quite versatile, simple and approachable while still achieving an elegant look and feel. If you are remodelling your space, you can experiment with this bold hue for a personalised and unique room.

 

Dulux Blueprint

Blueprint S38B7. Image Source: Dulux

Dulux Blueprint

Blueprint S38B7. Image Source: Dulux

 

Spanish Olive

Expect to see green a lot this year! Fundamental in nature and life, green is a statement colour that brings an element of lushness to a room and is extremely popular at the moment.

The Dulux Spanish Olive shade of green is sophisticated in every aspect. It works effortlessly with natural wood furnishings or furniture and textural weave, which is probably why we’re seeing so many customers choose to include this colour in their home design, whether it’s for a statement wall or the entire house.

The colour is wonderfully gender neutral, a perfect balance between femininity and masculinity. Like white, Spanish Olive is perfect for creating the illusion of an open and spacious room. Go with this botanical hue for a warm, minimalist vibe.

 

Spanish Olive Paint Colour

Spanish Olive SG5E1. Image Source: Dulux

Spanish Olive Paint

Spanish Olive SG5E1. Image Source: Dulux

Domino

Dark moody tones are becoming a common feature in homes and we don’t expect this trend to fade anytime soon.

Dulux’s Domino is the perfect deep and dark saturated colour to use on your walls if you want to create a stately and elegant look. You don’t need a lot of the colour to make a huge difference in a home. The colour certainly packs a punch and just painting it on an accent wall may do the trick. However, you might want to use it in spaces that receive abundant natural light for that cosy, warm and elegant look. Read about our home decorating ideas and hacks.

 

Dulux Domino

Domino SG6G8. Image Source: Dulux

Dulux Domino

Domino SG6G8. Image Source: Dulux

Coral Blossom or Mexican Standoff

The paint colour Living Coral was picked by Pantone as the 2019 colour of the year, so it’s no surprise that a orange-coral colour is also on our list.

As a paint colour, coral is dazzling and bright with an ability to give life to even the drabbest of rooms. Dulux’s Coral Blossom and Mexican Standoff are two very popular paint colours that are far more versatile than you may think. Though definitely accent colours, both can be used to bring a pop of colour into most neutral spaces, whether it’s the kitchen island, a feature wall in the living room, or an old chair that needs a new lease of life. If you are considering painting your kitchen, check out the top kitchen renovation trends for this year.

 

Dulux Coral

Coral Blossom A98. Image Source: Dulux

Dulux Mexican Standoff

Mexican Standoff A98. Image Source: Dulux

Night Watch

We do love bright warm colours on walls here at Housace, but rich, bold and dark colours can also add immense personality to any space – and that’s what Night Watch brings to the table.

This colour invites everyone who craves intensity and drama to play. The dark and intimate green colour is PPG’s colour of the year for 2019 and it has a certain element of lavishness to it that makes a space feel inviting and elegant.

While this may not be the first colour that comes to mind when you think of paint colours, Night Watch can really transform the function and purpose of a room. Find a large and well-lit room in your home for this invigorating colour for a statement look.

 

Dulux Night Hawk

NIight Hawk S04A7. Image Source: Dulux

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We specialise in exterior painting, interior painting, roof painting, residential painting and commercial painting services, (amongst a variety of other home renovation services). We also have an extensive knowledge of paint colours and trends to help bring your interior design dreams to life. Of course, all our painters are Dulux accredited.

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