Dulux has revealed its new colour palette with 122 beautiful new shades to offer.
As part of its luxury 'Heritage' range, the new palette has a fresh take on traditional tones.
The new range has been carefully curated by a team of global and UK colour and design experts, with the needs of the modern homemaker in mind.
Expect high-quality paint with a contemporary and revitalised take on a classic and timeless range.
Grouped into 17 colour families across pale, mid and deep tones, the luxury paint can be effortlessly coordinated with other shades.
Bridging the gap between traditional and modern hues, the new colours are sympathetic to any home style. In an attempt to move away from shades that reflect a certain period in time, this range offers more flexibility in the ways it can be used.
Whether you're looking for cool neutrals or deep shades with an impact, there's something for everyone.
Louise Tod, Dulux's senior global colour designer, said: ‘We've worked hard to carefully curate the Heritage colour range and are proud to share a collection with beautifully subtle, tonal or statement colour combinations in a contemporary home.
'Expanding the selection of neutral shades such as Flax Seed and Turtledove Grey nods softly to the enduring popularity of subtle shades within interiors. Yet the palette also reflects contemporary taste for deep, moody tones such as Midnight Teal
and Wild Blackberry that add drama and intensity to the home.'
Dulux Heritage starts at £37.18 for 2.5L Flat Matt.
For your colour card and the list of exclusive stockists, visit Dulux.co.uk/heritage.
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