Turquoise – A 2018 Trend Colour

 Turquoise - Colour Trend 2018


I am excited to see that one of my favourite colours – Turquoise is making a comeback. I love it because this special combination of blue and green reminds me of the beauty of the Ocean.Turquoise is known for it’s invigorating, cooling and calming qualities. It is also fun and uplifting, youthful and sporty. It enhances communication and creativity and is a great stress reliever. Here are some areas we can expect to see more turquoise in 2018.

In Fashion

Turquoise - A 2018 Trend Colour
Image: Vogue France. From left to right: Valentino, Nina Ricci and Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini
Bright Turquoise was a highlight in the Fall-winter 2017 -2018 runway shows.  According to Vogue France, the world may be in crisis but fashion is retaining its sense of fun, colour and glamour.
Turquoise also featured in the Pantone Spring 2018 Fashion Trend Report  as one of the 12 “call out shades”

In Decor

The use of turquoise in decoration is uplifting.  It creates calming and soothing environments ideal for diluting stress.
Turquoise - Trend Colour 2018
Image: tiscelise.com 
Turquoise is ideal for small rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms, offices, studies, airports and planes.
As a wall colour,  a soft turquoise  can make a room appear larger and creates a refreshing yet calm appearance. Brighter turquoise can be introduced in the linen and accessories.
Turquoise - A 2018 Trend Colour
Image: dicoro.com
London Designer Bethan Gray launched her first wallpaper collection at this years Salone del Mobile.
Turquoise - A 2018 Trend Colour
Reflecting the colours of the ocean, turquoise is the perfect colour for the bathroom. A combination of blues and Moroccan inspired patterns for tiles is also a big trend for 2018.
Turquoise - A 2018 Trend Colour
Image: housebeautiful.com 
Look out for the beautiful turquoise recycled glass vases available in most decor stores.
Turquoise - A 2018 Trend Colour
Image: Vivaterra.com  

In Sustainability

Turquoise - A 2018 Trend Colour
Image: adidas.co.za/parley
In an attempt to highlight the devastating effects of plastic and pollution in our oceans. Parley For the Oceans  and Adidas collaborated with each other and the result is this great looking trainer made from plastic waste from the ocean. (Trainer goals – still a bit on the pricey side)

In the Movies

Turquoise - A 2018 Trend Colour

Expect to see the turquoise trend continue through to 2020 when Avatar 2 will be released.Initially expected to launch Christmas 2018, the release date has been pushed back to 2020 as director  James Cameron is planning on filming the sequels 3, 4 and 5 together.

Living in these turbulent times, the elevating qualities that turquoise has will hopefully encourage those that need it to make a sparkling fresh start.

Hope you have an inspirational week.

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