The colour trend prediction for 2019 is out, and it’s perfect for homes! Find out more here

Posted by Lamitak on May 31, 2018 11:18:16 AM

The experts at the Pantone Color Institute have gazed into their crystal ball and released their colour palette forecast for the first half of 2019. Called New Native , the collection of seven hues is a “Celebration of Multicultural”, and represents a melting pot of cultures and a mash-up of influences both “old and new, traditional and experimental, synthetic and organic”. We love that the palette is made up of wonderfully organic tones that are closely tied to nature and can be easily translated into a home environment. Read on to find out how you can embrace this multi-dimensional trend with Lamitak laminates.

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The Nougat laminate has a similar neutral tone to Pantone’s Linen, the lightest hue in their Colour Palette Forecast for Spring/ Summer 2019.
Featured laminates: Nougat SCA 5123D (on wall), Isa Nogal Americano WY 1272D (on table)
(Photo reproduced with permission, Home & Decor © 2016, SPH Magazines Pte Ltd)

 

The palette of predominantly warm colours features the earthy burnished hues of terracotta, the soft white of linen, the deep red of wine, and for highlight and contrast, an electric cobalt blue and a burnt yellow. As named by Pantone, the colours are Linen, Ginger, Terra Cotta, Dazzling Blue, Cadmium Yellow, Barn Red and Rum Raisin. Below, we suggest Lamitak laminates which best match or are evocative of the New Native colour palette. Using laminates instead of paint for your surfaces have an added advantage of giving your walls an extremely smooth and even finish.

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Laminates from left: Nougat SCA 5123D, Cello SCX 1162D, Camel SCA 5129D

 

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Laminates from left: Passion Red SCA 1112D, Brick SCA 5130D, Marina SCA 5117D, Jonquil SCX 1160D

 

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The colour of light earth, the Camel laminate can be used to convey an almost primitive tribal vibe
Featured laminates: Camel SCA 5129D (on left wall), Pilar Nogal Americano WY 1274D (on back wall), Litno Alameda Wood WYA 1239X (on shelves)
(Photo reproduced with permission, Home & Decor © 2016, SPH Magazines Pte Ltd)

Found in nature, these warm solid colours go hand-in-hand with other nature-inspired designs such as woodgrains. You could try to match the tone of the colour to that of the woodgrain; for example, the burnt earth of Camel with the warm wood tone of Pilar Nogal Americano, as seen above. Alternatively, go for a pairing with more contrast, such as the deep tangerine of Cello with the lighter wood tone of Levi Oak Giethoorn, as seen below.

 

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Just like Pantone’s Terra Cotta, Lamitak’s Cello laminate conveys a brighter and fresher but still earthy tone.
Featured laminates: Cello SCX 1162D (on right wall), Levi Oak Giethoorn WYA 1276E
(Photo reproduced with permission, Home & Decor © 2016, SPH Magazines Pte Ltd)

 

All the featured laminates above are from Lamitak. See their 400-strong laminate collection at the Lamitak Studio at 114 Lavender Street, CT Hub 2 #01-61 Singapore 338729. For more information, contact the studio at 6592-5200 and studio@lamitak.com; or drop by during the opening hours below

Monday to Thursday: 10.30am–6.30pm
Friday: 11.30am–6.30pm
Saturday: 10.30am - 4.30pm
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Topics: Solid Colour Laminate, Pantone Colour, Colour Trend, Wood-look laminate