Talking colour from the heart with Creative director at Dulux Marianne Shillingford
Want to know how Spiced Honey came about and why it’s so important? Come listen.
When someone tells you that their colour of the year is all about a connecting thread for “letting the light in” and it’s being based on not just a UK theme but a global trend that’s a unifying story of the world – you can’t help but get a warm and fuzzy feeling and that’s what you’ll hear in today’s episode.
Marianne Shillingford talks to Inside Stylists about the Dulux colour of the year – Spiced Honey, and why we need it, what feelings it evokes and why so many colours go with it – You won’t believe it till you see it. Check it out below.
Her passion is obvious and I guarantee you’ll come away with a greater understanding of why colour is so important in our lives as well as our homes.
You can find here – Marianne Shillingford
Marianne’s Insta: @M_Shillingford
A few things we covered in this episode :
- Dulux Heritage colours. Muted tones. Find the Colour card here
- Stuart Padwick – Artist
- Bow Arts gallery
- Dulux colour workshop
- Van Dyke Brown
- City & Guilds in Signwriting
- Showmans decorating company – Pete Tate
- Marianne’s showman pig on her kitchen
Colour of the year
- Four palettes
The four colour palettes are shown in different ways in the same room. It’s fantastic how something as simple as a painted wall can transform how a room looks and feels. Which one do you think is Love?
- The bag of love
Listen to this weeks episode here or click on iTunes