Posted on August 02 2017
Summer is the season for getting outside, travelling, trying new things, and most importantly, relaxing and enjoying the warmer months.
Our favourite colour trend this year is gradients, such as dégradé and ombré. We’ll introduce you to this popular use of colour that can be found everywhere from fashion to home while showing you some of our favourite decorating ideas.
Dégradé clothing is everywhere, and available in an array of colours! Why not try dip-dying your old clothing to give it a new look?
We absolutely love the ombré fuchsia bodysuit available from Moon et Miel on Smallable (the perfect summer look for your little princess!). There are gradient tops for all ages. Our favourites include Zara’s grapefruit yellow top pictured above and a Prussian blue version from Mango.
Accessories to brighten up your lifeDégradé has also made its way to fashion accessories. Check it out! From phone cases to shoes, scarves to sunglasses, there are a million ways you can add some dégradé colour to your look with accessories. We’re big fans of Ray-Ban’s gradient lens sunglasses. What’s your favourite gradient colour accessory?
Gradients aren’t just for clothing, having become a part of home decorating as well. These fading colour schemes give walls a refreshing and bright powdery finish.
Why not apply this fashion to your walls? Gradient colours add a relaxing touch of zen to any room. There are endless ways to design a gradient wall; it all comes down to what you’re looking for! Check out our selection of colour gradient wallpaper at ADzif; we have something for every style! Can find that perfect colour? Contact us and customize!
If you’re not looking to wallpaper, there are other ways to add touches of colour gradients to your décor. Many home accessories come in gradient colours. One of our favourite items is the Klimoppe lamp available on Smallable! What do you think?
For the DIY experts out there, here’s a link to create your own gradient walls. Keep in mind that this project requires patience and some painting prowess!