Pushing boundaries, even more, we have looked at the Dulux’s colour trends for 2017. Particularly the Chroma range has caught our eye.

Post-modern references have been very much spot on for the last few years being very colourful and design driven. Striking colour combination, highly chromatic, playful and imaginative concepts full of colour layering and illusion were the basis behind the Dulux Chroma range. Colour blocking, in particular, seems to have a strong comeback in 2017.

The See Sight colour is not one of the most obvious colour choices from the Chroma range as it can appear quite overbearing. Sea Sight colour is very summery, immediately brightening up the room when used in the space.

Painting the walls or ceilings half way through, in bold geometric patterns or in combination with monochrome outlines will guarantee a bold statement.

To push the boundaries even further, quirky furniture, accessories and lighting will complement the scheme to enhance the overall concept. Adding block colours to otherwise plain pieces will immediately add personality to an old and tired joinery or furniture items.

We love working with DULUX colours due to their wide range of colour choices.

Our favourite  DULUX range similar to DULUX Sea Sight are DULUX 89BG37/353 & DULUX 98BG26/393.



DULUX 89BG37/353 & DULUX 98BG26/393



The sea sight colour works really nicely on partly painted walls not to overbear the space entirely.

The main reason why we are focusing on this colour range is the fact that Sea Sight colour fits well into the concept of colour blocking. A combination of blocks of  saturated colours alongside with softer greyer tones create intriguing and eye-catching interior spaces.

Updating the cupboard doors by painting blocks of saturated colour in an organised pattern will add a personality to an ordinary item. Be bold and brave and the end result will be a guaranteed success.


Partly painted wall in Dulux Sea Sight colour


Geometric feature wall