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Trend - tone on tone.

Colour trends of 2019. Explore the tricky trend of tone on tone and see how easy it is to be trend led in your house.

by Helen
Trend - tone on tone.

One of the new colour trends in interiors this year is colour blocking and in this post we explore the art of creating the chameleon affect. We have combined our favourite tone on tone images from Pinterest to show you how easy it is to incorporate this trend into your house.

In this era, it is no surprise that we are starting with pink.  Pink has become a firm favourite in interiors and has no sign of disappearing.  Millennial pink has grown up and been replaced by a duskier version but we are still lusting over this image from Design by Gemini. Incorporate tone on tone by spraying or painting props on shelves or side tables to create this on trend look.

Tone on tone pink

Photo by Designbygemini

We love the use of colour in this image as it cleverly plays with tones from the same parent colour. The use of tones brings the scheme together to create a grown up and refined look.

Tone on tone lilac

Photo by @arflex_official

This plaster pink image shows the clever use of textures to demonstrate our tone on tone trend. Using textures in the same palette creates the illusion of new colour but keeps the whole scheme consistent and cohesive.

Tone on tone plaster

Photo from Pinterest

Lastly, be bold and paint your walls to match your furniture, or even the other way around. Try painting your skirting boards, door frames and ceilings in one colour for the illusion of space and for the ultimate blended look.

Tone on tone green

Photo from Pinterest

Need more inspiration, then pop over to Pinterest for more!

Have a look at our blog on colour on colour for more in this colour blocking series.

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