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With the end of the year almost upon us, it’s time to start focusing on the colour trends for 2020. Milan Design Agenda presents you some mid-century modern inspirations by luxury brand Essential Home, to make sure you’re ready for the year to come. Enjoy!
Not surprisingly, Green will not go away so fast, the colour of 2017 will maintain strong. In the language of colour therapy, green is associated with serenity, the perfect refuge from those who want to escape the city concrete and create the perfect spring garden inside of the home. Essential Home collection with green will make take a deep breath and enjoy the sunny days.
Vibrant Yellow is what spring is all about, bright and cheerful like the sunny days that are anticipated, with a warm undertone that keeps it from looking highlighter bright. This colour is perfect for upholstery pieces, like a chair or a sofa, thanks to its warm yet fresh appearance.
Blue always has an inner richness Surf the Web Blue is a bolder and more confident colour that brings breezy and sophisticated at once. This is a stunning shade that can give a dramatic yet chic touch to rooms from true blue to the sky or navy variety—is one of the most versatile decorating hues.
Tangerine Tango is an orange-red hue, perfect for brightening up darker spaces or adding a fiery pop of colour. Whether you draw inspiration from the changing leaves— or rich Spring sunsets, orange is defiantly an undeniably cosy and earthy reference for a chic mid-century decor.
Candy Pink, often regarded as precious and girly, this colour has a hard time proving itself as a serious contender when it comes to home decor, but fortunately, times are changing, and this softer offspring colour brings all the peace and sincerity, for the colourful and fresh season.
The rich and bold hue has made a strong presence in runways across fashion week, for mid-century home decor this colour can evoke elegance, relaxation, and a lot of fun. Perfect for that harmony between masculine and feminine.