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As winter bids farewell and spring emerges with its warmer embrace, it’s time to infuse our living spaces with a burst of fresh, vibrant colours. From serene pastels offering a sense of tranquillity to bold and energetic hues, this year’s top spring colours not only promise to redefine our interiors but also to uplift our spirits.

This year’s colour trends take inspiration from the subtle, earthy tones inspired by the natural landscape of spring. Think soft greens, warm clay tones, and blues that create a sophisticated and timeless palette for your interiors. Read on to discover the top 6 spring colours that will shape the interior design world in 2024.

Blue Hues 

Blue Hues - Porta Romana
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Dubbed as Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2024, Blue Nova 825 combines the calmness of blue with the richness of violet, resulting in a shade that feels both elevated and sumptuous. This lovely colour is perfect for accent walls or furnishings and will complement well with Porta Romana. This luxury home decor brand is known for its carefully sculpted lighting fixtures and accessories, that will complement well with the Blue Nova 825.

Pristine Blush

Pristine Blush - The White Company
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Pristine OC-75 is the newest shade which is a dusty rosy pink, perfect for those who want more than just an off-white colour but don’t want to fully commit to going full pink. This colour adds a feminine warmth to your space. You could also consider pairing these colours with luxurious pieces from brands like Harrods Home and The White Company to achieve a perfect balance of sophistication and playfulness.

Vibrant Teacup Rose

Teacup Rose 2170-50 - Designers Guild

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Another lovely shade of pink, Teacup Rose 2170-50 brings a vibrant burst of energy, characterised as fresh, optimistic, and fun. Whether used in the entryway or as an accent wall in living spaces, this lovely hue breathes life into your home. A luxury British brand Designers Guild has a curated selection of furnishings that complements the energetic vibrancy of Teacup Rose, creating a cohesive and luxurious ambience.

Honey Gold Accents

Honey Gold Accents - Zoffany
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It won’t be spring without the colour yellow, which symbolises brightness and joy, ideal for injecting a lively energy into your space. Honeybee CSP-950 is the yellow of 2024, drawing inspiration from the warm and golden tones found in nature’s own honey. Its subtle undertones capture the essence of spring’s awakening, offering a colour that not only brings vibrancy but also conveys a sense of warmth and comfort. For a truly luxurious touch, explore Zoffany’s intricate floral fabric patterns that will complement well with the sweet and soft yellow hues of the Honeybee CSP-950. 

Radiant Orange

Radiant Orange - SOANE BRITAIN
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Topaz 070 is a standout choice for interior design in 2024, showcasing a deep and radiant orange hue that will be a great choice for those wanting something bolder. This earthy clay tone provides a perfect canvas for creating a cosy and inviting atmosphere. Explore luxury British brands like Soane Britain to find furnishings that embrace these warm tones, incorporating plush textures and elegant designs to enhance the overall comfort and style of your space.

Shades of Green

Shades of Green - Ferm Living
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On the opposite side of the spectrum, Regent Green 2136-20 is a lovely deep shade of green (almost touching black), perfect for creating drama in spaces like formal dining rooms or bathrooms. A brand that will complement the regal tones of Regent Green 2136-20 is Ferm Living, a Danish home decor brand known for its modern yet sophisticated designs that often incorporate deep, luxurious colours.

From the gentle charm of Pristine Blush to the bold statement of Regent Green and the allure of Blue Nova, each colour brings its unique character to the palette. Just swapping out your home decor with our suggestions above can instantly elevate your room. It’s a straightforward way to breathe new life into your living space, making it look nice and fresh for the year.