The Color Trends You Will Find At 100% Design 2015

100% Design 2015 explores ‘design in color’! 100% Design 2015 is the UK’s largest design trade show, attracting architects, specifiers and designers from across the globe. Part of the London Design Festival, this year 100% Design explores ‘design in color’ with WGSN.

 

The palette is wider so you’ll definitely find some must-haves whether for interior design projects or just for your own home. From soft to bold colors you can pick cool beige, mango orange, fiery red and many more. I would like to present you my favorite home furniture colors trends of 100% Design 2015.

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Cool Beige

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Fiery Red

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Mango Orange

London Design Festival home inspiration ideas

 

Blue Powder

 

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Teal Green

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Deep Indigo

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Berry

London Design Festival home inspiration ideas

 

Dark Brown

London Design Festival home inspiration ideas

 

Vanilla White

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Marvelous combinations, tones and shades of colors inspires me to think and look for new interiors. Color always allow us to be bold in our choice of color schemes. Sometimes, color is a big statemente for your interiors. And this is precisely one of the things you’ll be able to witness when attending to the London Design Festival. Be bold, study your choices and the style you prefer at home, and find inspiration in the tradeshow.

 

Do you feel inspired as well? Take a look into our board on Pinterest Bedroom Inspiration Ideas and find more and more ideas.

 

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