Bio FragilityThis is the most natural palette to translate for children's interiors. The pastels that we have seen over the past few years continue in strength with this grouping of soft, muted colours.
Styling: Bree Leech & Heather Nette King for Dulux Colour Trends 2016 - Bio Fragility palette.
Photographer: Lisa Cohen
Paints used: Dulux Wash & Wear 101 Barrier Technology in Matamata, Partita, Lilac Suede, Deduction and Dulux Aquanamel in Snow Season Quarter.
The beautiful Porcelena Bowl on the side table was made especially for this colour story by Melbourne designers Porcelain Bear.
Here are some beautiful Australian-designed products for kids' interiors that work beautifully with the Bio Fragility palette - a timeless aesthetic that will grow with your child:
- Swan Princess print, from My Sweet Prints, $35
- Wire letter in Crush, from Little Light House, $79.95
- Charlie upholstered bed, from Lilly & Lolly, $1,400
- Hunting for George cushion cover in Mustard, from Incy Interiors, $29
- Arienne side table, from Incy Interiors, $349
- Black feather and harbour rounds doona cover, from Fictional Objects, Single $112 (on sale from $160)
- Sierra weave rug in Moonlight, from Armadillo & Co., $750
- Moody Blues blanket, from Hunting for George, $289
- Triangle wire kids' chair, from La de dah kids, $250
- Savanna swan, from La de dah kids, $84
- Grey linen white spot pillowcase, from Castle, $59
What do you think of this style? I'll bring you the other three Dulux 2016 colour stories over the next few weeks.
Image curated by: Steph Bond-Hutkin | Bondville