Flick through any interior design magazine this month and you’re bound to see at least one page dedicated to this season’s must have hue – Inky Blues. Whether it’s a painted wall, textiles or even a simple vase, it’s everywhere and so easy to incorporate in your own interior themes.
We’ve found a few of our favourite styles and will show you how to add a touch of Inky Blues into your home, in our favourite way possible – with a stunning window dressing.
This collection from Period Ideas magazine got our hearts going, with dark, sophisticated florals in a gorgeous palette of colour.
With inky blues at the base of the theme, you can start to add other moody tones. Think purples, or even a deep pink, to really bring the room to life.
Next we take a visit to Homes and Gardens magazine, where they have 15 splendid pages of Autumn Winter ’15 Key Trends. From bohemian, graffiti and even muted metallics, there’s plenty going on. Overall, it’s a mixed bag this season, but we love the Primitivist Geometrics moodboard the most.
This mood board is completely up our street. Our Scion Living collection is full of wonderful patterns and hues, including quite a few of the inky blues. And the best thing about Scion designs? They just love to get layered! If you’ve ever taken a look at their instagram feed, you’ll know what we’re talking about.
The Classic Country Colour
Even Country Homes and Interiors had something to say about the colour blue. Proof that it’s not just for the contemporary interiors. The only difference is that they stick with the blocks of plain colour, and add pattern with soft accessories and ceramics.
Their colour palette of Indigo, Denim and Midnight Blue are a softer take on inky blues, but can still pack a punch. We particularly love how it still feels rustic, but with an extra touch of comfort and warmth – something usually unheard of from a cool colour palette.
Over To You
Whether you’re into the eye-catching florals, jazzy geometric pattern or just straightforward inky blues, we’ve got everything you need to recreate these looks over at tuiss.