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Using Dulux Colour of the Year 2021 in your home

It’s the time of year where the global paint powerhouse, Dulux, unleash the world with a new must-have hue.

This year, the new Dulux colour of the year 2021 is Brave Ground, this earthy beige hue is set to bring a bolstering, balance feeling to any room, and will certainly be a popular choice amongst interior trends.

Yet, the question we are all asking ourselves is how do we use Dulux’s Brave Ground in our home? That’s why we’ve put together four ways you can incorporate this colour into your home and have picked out some much-loved fabrics to complement this paint shade.

1. Bring warmth with ochre

1. Bring warmth with ochre

If you’re opting for a colour palette that will bring you sunshine all year round, team Dulux’s Brave Ground colour with Tiffany in Sand, perfect for making a statement pair of curtains. Put it alongside Cotswold Velvet in Turmeric and Elda Linen fabric in the Linen colourway to bring tranquillity to the space. 

2. Embrace earthy tones

2. Embrace earthy tones

Bring the outside in with the earthy tones of these fabrics paired beautifully with the Brave Ground hue. Perfectly balance shades of blue and green with the bottle hues of the Chalfont fabric in Jewel, intertwined with hints of red echoing the tones of your garden, with hues inspired by the sky and sea in the Oakmere fabric in Verdigris, teamed beautifully with the Cotswold Velvet in Cobalt. Finish off the look styled with natural wood, reclaimed furniture and an abundance of indoor plants.   

3. Bold and bright

3. Bold and bright

Feel courageous with your interiors by pairing Dulux’s Colour of the Year 2021 with bold pinks and reds. Create a rich base with Cotswold Heavyweight Linen fabric in Terracotta, complemented by JF Vintage Velvet in Marble and Cotswold Heavyweight Linen fabric in Semi Natural.

Finish off the room with a focal point, like an occasional chair or footstool covered in the Moroccan style Fez fabric in Coral. This scheme is well suited to contemporary furnishings, graphic patterns and light wood floors. 

4. Cosy up with navy

4. Cosy up with navy

This colour scheme is well suited for the bedroom, these tones will bring serenity to your space. Opt for the Tiverton fabric in Indigo for your window dressing, a statement headboard in Baroque Velvet fabric in Teal, topping it off with accents in the Fraser Wool fabric in Rust, all incorporating the timeless navy and warmth of the rusty hues.

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