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Wednesday, 1 January 2014

2014 brings Pantone colour of the year Radiant Orchid

Well we have have arrive to the year 2014. New Years Day, and with that comes the release of the ever popular Pantone colour of the Year (along with a many hangovers, something we do not get, pheww).
So the Pantone colour of the Year is Radiant Orchid, the name itself lends to luxury and a little panache. So at TrEnvy Australia we thought it might be worth while showing a little Pintrest and Pantone colour co-ordination using Radiant Orchid. A wonderful array of colours that will compliment this luxe colour. 

Here she is in all her glory....Radiant Orchid, photo by

Pantone colours sourced from: 

Here are some other colours that will compliment and enhance your home together with Radiant Orchid. Always think outside the box and you will be amazed at just how well this colour can be teamed with Pantone's colour of the year.

Interior loves we have found from various sources on Pintrest for your pleasure, using Radiant Orchid.
This wonderfully eclectic interior gives way to a fabulous array of bold colours of yellow and aqua with hints of Radiant Orchid, it also features our beautiful mid century aqua Fu Dogs. 

Radiant orchid is used as a feature colour to brighten this rustic, almost neutral interior.

Photo sourced via Elle Decor on Pintrest.
Sensitive use of Radiant Orchid in this gorgeous interior, it shows with the use of colour in rugs can create a balanced and harmonious room, don't forget to accessorise accordingly. A few statement pieces will continue the flow. Your eye is not just focusing on the rugs as you look towards the ceiling you will notice the lighting is also balancing out this interior perfectly. And those amazing statement chairs....well say no more. Let's have coffee and chat awhile.

A bright yet cosy, homely beach or countryside cottage provides a luminous living space using Radiant Orchid along with teal, pastel lime, reds, orange and raw wood. Even with Purple roof and beams the spacious windows bringing in natural light creates expanse and not a closed in small interior. If it didn't have large windows allowing natural light in, this room could be very dark and would not work to its full design potential. Again the use of rugs creates balance, and the raw wood adds repetition! Bring the outside in. Charming and rustic chic, we love it.

Photo sourced from Pintrest.
An evocative room.... I personally love this classical look, crisp satins and velvets, with dark Olive Chinoiserie wall paper which highlights hints of Radiant Orchid. The sofa also assists in the repetition of this interior using the Pantone colour of the Year, with unique splashes of Hot Pink, Yellow, Royal Purple and Chocolate. Simple & divine elegance.

Mid Century Modern opulence in regal colours with a statement piece of artwork using Radiant Orchid. Large artwork is sometimes all that is needed to enhance one's interior and reflect a change in the room. A fabulous use of colour in this interior. 

Although not orchids, Hydrangea's often have hues very similar to that of the Pantone colour of the Year. This table placement uses the Radiant Orchid colour in small doses, but the entire interior itself, is a statement of luxury and elegance.

An office space with a difference, Radiant Orchid teamed with Royal Blue, White and Magenta brings back the 70's styling and it works.

Be bold in 2014 with the use of Radiant Orchid, Pantone's 2014 Colour of the Year.

We would like to thank, Elle Decor and members and all the fabulous interior designers who have brought these amazing interiors to life using Radiant Orchid. 

We wish all our readers a very successful, inspirational & Happy New Year 2014.

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