Top 10 trending autumn colours
Planning on pimping your walls this autumn? Save yourself hours of scrolling through Pinterest and paint charts: Muddy reveals the top ten trending colours this season.
Autumn’s upon us and the chill is real. Baggy jumpers, crisp mornings, oversized pumpkin lattes, we’re so here for it. But yes you’re also going to be staring at those four walls a LOT more!
Want to know what’s hot in decorating and what colour to slap on your walls to create a drop dead gorgeous interior? We’ve done the fingerwork for you. From moody yellows to sexy dusky pinks, here are the colours that you should be scooping into your tester pot basket right now.
Drumroll on the paint tin please….!
1/ Setting Plaster Farrow and Ball
The pink we all want in our imaginary boudoirs! A sexy backdrop to vintage furniture that loves other deep colours.
2/ Dead Salmon Farrow and Ball
Not what it sounds like. It’s a sophisticated pink-but-means-business. Perfect for candlelit dining rooms.
3/ India Yellow Farrow and Ball
Strong, moody and surprsingly un-yellowy. Adds instant cosiness to a bedroom.
4. Sulking Room Pink Farrow and Ball
For romantics everywhere, the muted rose tones in this shade make us feel like we’re in an episode of Bridgerton.
5/ Copper Blush Dulux
Like a ripe fuzzy peach, this glowy and inviting dusky salmon is a perfect tone for autumn.
6/ Peignoir Farrow and Ball
A beautiful grey rose that works perfectly in homes both old and new.
7/ Cinder Rose Farrow and Ball
For lovers of a dusky bedroom, or if you happen to have a garden room – heavenly.
8/ Red Earth Farrow and Ball
Amazing in smaller spaces, it becomes deeper and cosier as the sun drops and the fire goes on.
9/ Tallow Farrow and Ball
Tallow’s pale cream finish is perfect if you want to lift a darker space or paint one colour throughout a property.
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Honey Mustard Dulux
A deeply warm yellow that will cheer up a wintery day.
Babouche, Farrow and Ball
Takes its name from the colour of the leather slippers worn by men in Morocco! It has a cheerful brightness that intensifies when used in large rooms.
Survey and results by Homedit.com.