Earthy Pink & Terracotta with PT

Design Insider brings you expert advice from Prestigious Textiles’ Head of Design Marie Parry.

2020 is the year for colour lovers, with confident colour combinations being a must-have in commercial interiors.  Prestigious Textiles have highlighted earthy pink and terracotta as one of the on-trend colour combinations for 2020, with natural rust orange tones complimenting an earthier take on the usual sweet pastel pink.

Get colour confident and discover how to incorporate the popular colour palette into your contract project, featuring expert advice from PT’s Head of Design, Marie Parry.

See the world through rose-tinted glasses and incorporate this warm sunset palette into your commercial space. The earthy pink and terracotta trend has evolved from the usual spring pastel shades to offer a more sophisticated, natural look.

‘Moving on from the popular rose-pink colour scheme, terracotta is the new warm palette coming into interiors. Combined with washed coral and rich rust browns, this creates an inviting and warm interior setting.’  Marie Parry

The colour palette offers a cosy, easy living feel and layering different shades, from earthy pink to terracotta in textiles and accessories makes for a sophisticated, yet snug setting.

Our inherently FR Franklin collection has the perfect range of rust oranges and earthy pinks to recreate this colour trend in commercial interiors. The collection of textured weaves is suited to many different contract projects and is the perfect choice for upholstery, cushions and drapery.

As well as featuring these on-trend shades, Franklin offers an array of calming neutrals that work in harmony alongside this colour palette.

Add accents of gold in statement accessories for the perfect finishing touch to any hospitality living space; from hotel rooms, bar areas and striking restaurant décor schemes.

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About Alys Bryan

Alys is a knowledgeable design editor who is focused on instigating conversations, both online and in-person, with industry experts which challenge, educate and advance the commercial interior sector. Her training and 15 years of professional experience as a furniture designer for the commercial sector makes her uniquely placed to lead Design Insider as Editor
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