The Eichler colour predictions tend toward deep, earthy tones.
Pantone's spring list moves more toward brighter, lighter, happy colours.
Either approach will give your house or office the oomph it deserves after a long winter.
Check the new Dulux greens for both glassy blue-greens and the yellowed greens of the bush.
Grey is the neutral of the moment, giving a more sophisticated look than the tawny beiges that were so well-loved last year. A cooler shade of grey will update interiors that went with purples last year, or establish a more complex mood for an interior that needs a complete redo.
Spicy red-orange like the new buds of eucalyptus makes a great accent colour for the eucalyptus greens, of course, but it also warms up grey and complements blue-green. Use it to pick out architectural details, or take the plunge and do a single accent wall or a whole room for a vibrant effect.
If you're in Sydney, call Courtney & Wise at 9958-1099 to discuss giving your home or office a new spring look.