The 2018 Colour Trends You Need To Follow When Buying Rugs
What are this year’s Colour Trends? As you already tell you, Ultra Violet is Pantone’s Colour of 2018. But if you are planning on buying a wonderful rug for your modern house, there are other colour trends you need to follow in 2018!
To achieve this, we are going to display a series of contemporary rugs from the luxury brand, Rug’s Society which has four marvellous collections, Graphic, Modern, Savage and Royal that combine the best techniques in tapestry and design, creating products that have an extreme artistic appeal. They also follow the Design Colour Trends for 2018!
Light Blue with a Touch of Surrealism – Since ancient times, Blue has been one of the go-to colours to use when it comes to interior decoration as it has the power to add a sense of freshness and brightness to a room. An example of that is the Miró Rug, a fierce product that goes beyond design limits and expresses a sense of surrealism through black lines that match perfectly with the blue tones.
Shades of Orange with Accents of Gold and Black – While the Rebhun Rug features an intense shade of orange as its primary colour, it also highlights a charming mix of colours that evoke a sense of strength, power and sophistication, all balanced with accents of gold and black.
An Eclectic Mix of Red, Orange, Pink and Purple – The astonishing Toulousse Modern Rug is idyllic to place in a dining room set in the sense that it will give an extra layer of energy and colour. When mixed together Purple and Pink exude a sense of feminity, glamour and seduction.
Black & White in Between Strong Patterns – We already know that Black & White are two colours that complement each other quite well, thus the reason why they are always in fashion. The following Coll Rug was inspired by the basic and primary illustrative forms of Marimenko.
Resourceful Colours Suc As White, Orange and Blue – When mixed together, these colours have the ability to completely change a home division, creating a complex and interesting contrast. The Madeira Rug is proof of that, not to mention that its graphic nature, prominent patterns and noble materials make for an extraordinary piece.
Dark Green – A dark green colour is perfect for more professional settings. A good example of a rug for office spaces or more professional environments is the Moos Rug, a product that evokes a sense of naturality and verdure.