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Interior design trend: colour cravings

With the release of Pantone's Color Cravings palette, here are the interior design colours predicted for 2019.

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Interior design trend: colour cravings

My Weekly Preview takes a look at the hot colour trends predicted for 2019.

Six months out and interior design experts are already predicting the hottest colours for 2019.

The world’s designated colour authority, Pantone, has identified 72 colours across eight palettes that it predicts will be front and centre in homeware and interior design trends.

So, what are these colours that we will crave?

The Cravings palette, which was unveiled in the PANTONEVIEW home + interiors 2019 report, draws inspiration from our plates and “fetish foods”.

Here are some ways to introduce the look into your home.

 The palette

The Cravings palette features nine hues including Chili Pepper, Cayenne, Butterum and Cappuccino.

 Old meets new

This vintage-inspired couch will make a strong visual impact in a living or sitting room. We love the warm vintage leather and large stitch detailing. It’s exclusive to Domayne.

Make a statement 

Dress up the walls with statement artwork. Paintings and wall hangings should be used to bring life to a space. Hang the pieces at eye level to maximise the visual appeal. This soft, feminine artwork, entitled Flourish, consists of the perfect blend of soft peach, pink and red tones. Visit

Complete the look

What’s a vignette without a vase? Complete your table centrepiece styling with the mint green Structure vase from Domayne.

Cushion comfort
  1. Barro square cushion in Berry, Kas Australia
  2. Milly multi-square cushion, available from Kas Australia
  3. Pink cushion from Innovative Furnishings & Decor, Mooloolaba


Candice's passion for journalism led her to the Sunshine Coast 12 years ago where she has worked across multiple media and communication platforms. An avid traveller (she lists Paris, Venice and Vietnam as her faves), this mum of one loves meeting with people from all walks of life and finds inspiration within their stories. Candice joined the team in 2014 and is MWP's editor.

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