60% - this will be the dominant colour of ‘fixed' items, such as walls, floor and larger pieces of furniture. A neutral colour creates a sense of calm and allows for strong accent colours. A strong dominant colour creates a statement and brings contrast to pieces.
30% - this supports the dominant colour and is a similar hue, but is used in 'non-fixed' items such as curtains rugs, throws and lights. Look at our new lighting to add a splash of on-trend colour.
10% - this accent colour should add contrast to the rest of the room, even if it is black or white. It needs to be distributed evenly across the space and generally used in smaller items that can easily be switched-up, like cushion covers, ornaments, candles and of course lights also. Yellow hues - from sunny marigold and soothing pastels to muted mustard and ochres - are a great choice for your accent colour, especially paired with a grey dominant theme.