In case you are not familiar with the Dulux Heritage range: Since 1931 Dulux has producing paint, known for its quality and distinct colour. The Heritage brand represents the brand’s history and professionalism in delivering 112 beautiful shades that have been expertly curated by Dulux colourists and are displayed to ease colour selection.
I fell in love with Potters Pink, a pale ultra-feminine colour with a powdery undertone.
For the fireplace, I used DH Indigo, a brightens vibrant blue with purple undertones, which is set against Alabaster White, a warm white at the inside of the fireplace.
The round table is by Hay, available at Amara Living, the Colby chair from Sweetpea & Willow all flowers Home from Home NW7 and all the soft furnishings and accessories from our own ranges at Eva Sonaike
The result is an exciting and refreshing dining set, which reminds me of a sunny spring morning.
Whether you want your space to feel light and airy or dark and dramatic, there are lots of colour combinations in the Dulux Heritage Range. But what makes the colours so special to me, is that every hue is rich in British design Heritage, from the Potters Pink to the DH Indigo. Strong or subtle, all our shades have one thing in common – they are truly timeless.
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