Dulux Heritage will launch 112 luxurious colours featuring a timeless colour palette of muted and atmospheric shades inspired by the most beautiful periods of design history, all complemented by contemporary forward looking tones of the future. Explore the Dulux Heritage Range.
The Hub is headlined by three leading interiors designers who will ‘mix it up’ including Philippa Buckley of Studio 44, Karina Heaslip of Karina Heaslip of ‘RTE’s Room to Improve’ and Elaine Verdon of Leo + Cici. Each designer will design a living room which works both the old and the new to create a unique and personal look many thrive to deliver in their own homes.
Visit the Dulux Heritage colour advice space led by Dulux Colour Consultants Jane Witter, Amanda Daunt and Holly Bryan who will be on hand throughout the weekend to assist people on paint choice. They will also be offering one-to-one appointments via the Dulux Let’s Chat Colour Service in the weeks following the show where they will work up colour inspired mood boards for each homeowner.
Elaine believes in pushing design boundaries and the mixing of a homeowners older pieces with a fresh contemporary is part of her design journey. According to Elaine, ‘You don’t need to be a master curator to create an interior that mixes ‘old and new’.
Karina an Interior Designer with a background in architectural technology and fine art which gives her a unique skill set. Taking inspiration from our experiences and our surroundings, she is known for creating elegant designs combining a blend of different styles for a modern take on classic interiors.
Philippa is synonymous with the creation of carefully considered elegant spaces that offer a holistic approach to design where the individual elements of architecture, interior design, lighting technology and bespoke joinery blend seamlessly.
‘Our three strong team will at the show to help people with colour. For those who need a little more advice, we will be offering one-to-one appointments via our Let’s Chat Colour Service, where we can take colour plans to another level, with mood boards.