We have been visually devouring post-modern references over the past few years, and the popularity of these movements is ever increasing. As we move through inspirations from Memphis to Bauhaus and beyond, these references are seeping into our creative minds and from this emerges a style that is distinctly modern and yet very familiar.
The style is highly chromatic and filled with bold schemes in saturated colour. Peach, melon, yellow, teal and blue form graphic elements dominating the forms that make up interiors. From block colour, shapely furniture and melting objects that seem to have emerged from a Dali-esque artwork to graphic outlines and line-work that create illusions reminiscent of work by Escher – your interior will begin to evolve beyond the mid-century post-modern style and into a vivid chromatic retreat.
A strikingly chromatic palette in clean and bold colours, saturated hues work alongside softer, greyed-off shades in the Chroma colour collection. Together black and white is an essential starting point, whilst more muted tertiary hues are paired with stronger colour to create intriguing combinations.
Text from Dulux | Styling by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King | Photography by Lisa Cohen