This year, get ready to embrace a whole new Dulux paint trend for 2020 with ambassador Fearne Cotton.
The broadcaster has revealed via Instagram that she will be the returning face of this year’s Colour of the Year, Tranquil Dawn.
“2020 means a new decade/ new decor so we’ll have lots of tips in the coming months on how to make more room for joy” she wrote.
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Beaming to be back as @DuluxUK’s Ambassador for the Colour of the Year 2020 and I got to spend the day with the Dulux dog who brought so much joy to our shoot day! This year it’s Tranquil Dawn, a shade to create a space of calm within the house. 2020 means a new decade/new decor so we’ll have lots of tips in the coming months on how to make more room for joy at home #TranquilDawn #COTY20 #feelgoodcolour #ad
The star also revealed her thoughts about this year’s colour, describing it in a Dulux video below as “a colour that I gravitate towards in all aspects of life.”
She’s back! We're thrilled to announce the return of Fearne Cotton as our Colour of the Year ambassador for 2020.Last year, Fearne discovered a passion for paint and with a new year upon us, she will be inspiring us to pick up the paint brush once again – new decade, new décor!Check out the video to hear what Fearne has to say about Tranquil Dawn and stay tuned for more to come!
Posted by Dulux on Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Dulux Colour of the Year – Tranquil Dawn
A hazy pale green said to bring both comfort and a sense of calm into your home, this light and lovely shade is firmly in line with the predicted paint trends for next year.
Although earthy colours were also predicted to persist, a new influx of green and blue is most definitely arriving, giving your interiors a soothing edge.
Neo-mint has already been cited as a potential replacement to millennial pink; this latest shade appears to confirm a lean in the industry towards soft green hues.
The chosen shade was partly picked by former editor-in-chief of ELLE Decoration UK, Michelle Ogundehin, and Heleen van Ghent from paint company Akzo Nobel’s global aesthetic centre taking account of current technological developments.
Robotics, big data and artificial intelligence have all been cited as making the human experience “more chaotic” and resulting in a lack of human connection.
Alongside the Colour of the Year 2020, there’s also four supporting trend palettes featuring a mix of complementary greens and dark charcoal accents.
The palette is said to capture the essence of ‘being human’ and inspired by the changing sunrises that paint the sky in different seasons.
The hazy pale green tones are stated to pair perfectly with neutral pastels and rich jewels creating welcoming spaces that encourage human connection.
It’s said to work well with saturated tones such as black and deep petrol blue while also teaming perfectly with neutral oatmeal, dusky pinks and lilacs, creating the ultimate relaxation zone.