Paint Colour Trends - The Most Popular Paints of Spring 2021
As we continue to improve our homes while spending so much time in them, many consumers are updating their spaces with a fresh lick of paint. This Spring, we've seen some interesting choices in colourways, with customers still going bold, bright and colourful.
Dominic Myland, CEO, commented, "Pure White is always on our bestsellers list but it’s been really interesting to see some newcomers which are full of confident colour. While Threadneedle No.262 and Beauvais No. 195 bring a subtle hint of colour, the bright and rich tones of Burlington Arcade No. 216, Bond Street No. 219 and Mayfair Dark No.218 show how our customers are really embracing a stronger look. Messel No.39 is also a new entry, and we’ve seen greens in general surging in popularity over the last year.”
Here are some of our best-selling colours this Spring.
A refined and subtle pale pink, white with a hint of orange and umber. Threadneedle No.262 is the perfect colour to make other hues pop whilst adding a hint of rosy warmth in the process. Bestselling Threadneedle No.262 will leave your interior looking light, fresh and welcoming.
Pure White© No.1
A brilliant blend of pure white pigment, China clay and crushed marble. Pure White No.1 has been a bestseller for numerous years. It works brilliantly on its own - an uncomplicated white decor scheme can bring you peace and serenity, a visual palette cleanser – or it can complement any colour on the spectrum.
Burlington Arcade© No.216
A robust blue, Burlington Arcade No.216 is another new one to be added to the bestsellers list. This shade has been popular due the idea that it adds a cheering shot of blue which is very easy to live with. Burlington Arcade No.216 can be styled chic or relaxed, depending on your personal taste.
A smart blue supplied to a property in Bond Street, Bond Street No.219 is a bestseller this year due to being timeless and classic. Deep blue shades like Bond Street No.219 and Mayfair Dark No. 218 ooze style and sophistication.
Printed as an historic colour in the 1930s Book of Colours and influenced by French tapestry colours, Beauvais No.195 is a bestseller. This sage green shade emphasises the neutral aspect making it a perfect fit for a space where relaxation is the number one priority.
Mayfair Dark© No.218
This rich indigo was matched to an original wallpaper fragment. This shade has been very popular with living rooms, neither too masculine nor too feminine; it can bring instant personality to a home.