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Share Palette: Dulux Colour Forecast 2013

Colour selections are always influenced by the mood of the world. The Dulux Colour Forecast 2013 - Colour Movement explores how colour is moving around us, shifting and changing in rhythm with social movements, nostalgic longings and digital influences.

Share, the fifth palette in the Dulux colour forecast, evokes the social mood that underlies the digital movement, with soft greys, warm charcoals and modern metallics creating intimate gathering spaces, drawing together the people who occupy them.

A monochromatic palette that plots stony hues and sharp metallics into digital-inspired patterns, Share is a mix of tonal shadows and textures that creates a modern yet social mood.

The warm concrete grey of Dulux Godley Head epitomises the tone of the palette, a versatile base which quietly transforms a space. This softness can be deepened with the charcoal tones of Dulux Franz Josef, opened up with the lighter grey of Dulux Torere Quarter, or sharpened with geometric prints and metallic hints.

Share was designed by Dulux in collaboration with Miriam Fanning, leading interior designer and director of Mim Design Studios in Australia, and Bree Leech, a multi-disciplined designer and director of Texture in Australia.

“The Share palette is an elegant, timeless range. For me, it exudes a sense of beauty and tradition,” says Fanning.

“The inspiration was to create an elegant formal arrangement that played homage to the colours in natural form, like the use of gold, copper and precious metals.”

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