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Hot shade: Colour trends 2019 for Metal

Are you brave enough to go bold with metal colour in 2019? A whole spectrum of shades can be applied as a finish to perforated metal sheets. And the experts behind the colour trends 2019 say we’ll be seeing bright pops and tones everywhere.

Pantone colour trends 2019

Pantone is the global authority when it comes to colour. What they say goes – and they’re predicting some delicious tones in 2019, influenced by what tempts our tastebuds and our senses.

PantoneView Homes + Interiors 2019 reveals 72 on-trend colours across eight aptly-named colour palettes. ‘Cravings’ features rich reds, sweet oranges and vibrant purples, mixed with cappuccino, chocolate neutrals and grassy greens. At the opposite end is ‘Classico,’ featuring sophisticated, muted tones of white and camel, paired with teal, soft grey, burgundy red and deep black.

Whilst Pantone’s predictions apply to what’s inside, these colours are bound to flow into exteriors too. Will we see balustrade, feature walls and facades in bright spicy red?

Some architects and designers are already throwing shade with their choice of colour. Take a look at this year’s winner of the Best Tall Building, the Oasia Hotel Downtown Singapore. It combines a bright red metal façade and a lush green wall to soar ahead in on-trend colour and style.

Colour trends 2019 - winner of tall building 2018

Images sourced from WOHA Architects

Arrow Metal projects Blacktown tennis centre and Narellan Town Centre shopping mall also both feature vibrant red, as a feature mural and balustrade and play area fencing.

Sydney Design School colour trends 2019

Over at Sydney Design School, neutral is out and strong simple colour is in, marking a return to individuality through bold tones that bring spaces to life.

Images sourced from Sydney Design School.

They predict coastal blues, utilitarian greens, shades of gender neutral purples, yellow and of course red to be THE colour trends 2019, either as accent colours or statement spaces.

A yellow metal façade may be a bit too strong for some tastes, but we can certainly see it working inside – like this sunny staircase at a residential home designed by Melbourne architects Taylor Knights.

Colour trends 2019 in interior

Image sourced from Taylor Knights.

Add colour to perforated metal

 Whatever your preferred shade, we can add any colour to perforated metal, including custom tones to match branding. Have a chat to the expert Arrow Metal team to see what’s possible on (02) 9748 2200 or send us an online enquiry.

Posted: July 25, 2018

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