1. Oh my ombre
Create a beautiful blend of colours using a gradient technique. Ombre walls create an ethereal look that works nicely as a feature wall thanks to it’s soft yet striking effect. This look is ideal if you want to introduce several colours into your scheme without the room appearing too busy.
An ombre technique also works wonders toning down a bold shade that may be a little overpowering, particularly in small spaces.
For best results, opt for fresh, bold colours with optimum contrast such as Mulberry Burst and Dutch Gold 4, or try Bellini and Sorbet.
Watch How to Achieve an Ombre Effect for our step-by-step guide.