Reimagine's colour combinations
Focusing on virtu-ality (merging the virtual and real) Remagine’s striking mix of colours, fabrics and textures showcase the trend’s multifaceted aesthetic.
1. Immersive luxury
Delving into the opulent and dramatic colours, these micro-palettes have an elusive and intriguing look.
The first trio of colours puts purple at the heart of the scheme, using other blue-based tones to enhance its mysterious appeal. Feature these colours in abundance for a touch of luxury, using rich purple on upholstery and architrave with turquoise on trims and accessories as a highlight. Comforting pink for soft furnishings, with its tonal qualities, calms the richness of the palette; take the paler shades from the fabric as a soft backdrop for walls, while matching the darker tones on flooring.
Deep turquoise also works as a central colour, with darker blue-based tones used as accents alongside touches of pink. Use the boldness of turquoise to give walls and hard surfaces a new look, with midnight blue on woodwork and window treatments adding sophistication. Pair pink and purple on upholstered furniture and cushions, offering pockets of comfort against the cooler backdrop.
2. Virtual aesthetics
Focusing on the cool blue tones, these palettes interweave digital inspired qualities into contemporary schemes.
Choosing to focus on two main tones for a space creates a clean and simple look. Icy blue is a dynamic alternative to white, especially for walls and ceilings, softening the look of grey shades on upholstery. Consider the textural effects of charcoal grey and use sheen levels to enhance the look, with gloss white on architrave and matt black on metal furniture legs and accessories.
Midnight blue is a rich yet approachable colour and despite being dark it creates a comforting background colour for walls and floors, complementing icy blue on woodwork. Turquoise is deep yet bright, good to highlight upholstery against the dark background as well as acting as an effective navigation colour in large spaces. Touches of charcoal for soft furnishings and trims break up the trio of blues and ground this ethereal palette.
3. Rich contrasts
Colour clashing creates a luxurious look when using dark and rich tones, as seen within these two palettes.
Deep berry red has a sweetness that allows this advancing colour to envelope spaces for a dramatic look. Consider a greyscale interior scheme that uses the tonal effects of the charcoal fabric across walls, architrave and floors with red elements intermixed; from trims on upholstery to accents in soft furnishings use the red little and often to contrast an industrial look.
For a more playful use of grey and red, introduce blush pink and teal to evoke a luxurious mood. The clashing of pink and red works well on furniture, with trims and soft furnishings highlighted on upholstery. Teal, a blue-green tone, calms the richer areas of the palette; intermix this nature-inspired hue with charcoal in patterned flooring as well as using it as a feature colour on key furniture pieces.