The latest trends and design approaches have been searched and pondered by the design and fashion lovers in these weeks of the new year. These trends affect our design selection, decoration perspective an deven our wearing styles.
Each year since 2004, Nordsjö presents the Colour of the Year and four key trends for the coming year in the Colour Futures book. Colour Futures 2016 is based on the overall trend “Looking bothways”. To really understand and appreciate a trend that occurs, you must also understand and ponder its antithesis – looking in opposite directions. This year’s four key trends is all about duality – Heritage & Future, Words & Pictures, Dark & Light and The Grid & Letting Go.
Colour of the Year 2016 Ochre Gold is a gold inspired ocher color. It’s found in nature and connects history and prevailing trends in a natural way. The color is strong enough to attract attention on its own, but is also beautiful in combination with other shades as reminder of nature’s own palette.
Ochre Gold is a gold inspired color, carefully chosen from a rich palette of yellow hues, which right now is used everywhere in the design world. The color and material is seen on everything from design fairs for architecture, decoration, fashion and graphic design. Ochre Gold matched best with a complementary color palette of muted grays and natural tone colors.