Ombre Paint Effect: Leading Trend for 2015
One of the leading looks for 2015 is the ombre trend, a faded wall effect that will enhance your space, creating different looks that can be either really calm, laid back and subtle or a more dramatic approach. Both looks will generate a textural feel and bring tones of depth into your space. (Image: Per Ankh)
This room which is part of a language school designed in Valencia by masquespacio has opted for a rose, copper blush wall colour in an ombre wall painted effect, injecting a fresh feel good vibe where you can instantly feel your spirit being lifted. Its a simple but very effective feature that sets the tone for every other element within this room.
This grey room has cleverly composed a calming space with a dramatic influence, creating a contemporary look that embraces natural rustic wooden tones. (Image: Pia Ulin)
A soft candy floss pink ombre effect wall against a dusty yellow looks soft and light on the eye and helps to establish a dreamy, relaxed feel. (Image: Dulux)
This versatile look works really well on furniture to form visual interest in various ways. The image to the left has a painted chest of draws in different tones of blue to white which looks bright, fun and quirky, whilst the image to the right has approached it in a different way, opting for deep tones and a more edgy, sophisticated look. (Right image: atdigital.com), (Left image: Family Holiday)
A dramatic, ocean blue is a brave statement which achieves a fresh, vibrant look that is endearing. (The Design Tabloid)
A children’s bedroom incorporates a very subtle ombre effect with neutral textures, infusing colour into a simple scheme. Fun splashes of colour has been injected into the room which helps to break up the design achieving a well balanced space. (Image: By Colours)