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Research by Dulux showed a desire to hold onto individuality, while being part of something bigger: sharing, collaborating, caring and helping. The palette below has a fresh, playful mood which is ideal for reflecting this, it’s perfect for creating a shared space to enjoy together. Cities are growing, demographics and social settings are changing, and so the importance of having a sense of belonging and being part of a group is increasingly relevant.

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“Using a shared palette allows you to create pockets of individuality that work together to create decor cohesion. How do you make the walls of a shared home reflect the individual personalities within? It’s all about warm, welcoming colours working together. This palette has a bright neon, a soft pink and a lively cerise, but put it alongside the calming influence of Denim Drift and you capture all the character, without compromising your overall decor look.”

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“ This palette is not just for families – anyone who shares their space will understand the value of creating inviting communal areas. To visualize the colours on your wall you can use our visualiser.”

Marieke van der Bruggen

Senior Colour Designer – Global Aesthetic Center