Prop credits Nathan + Jac and Globe West
Prop credits Nathan + Jac and Simone Haag
Prop credits Nathan + Jac and Fenton & Fenton.
Prop credits: Hunting For George, styling by Simone Haag and photography by Eve Wilson.
Prop credits: Fenton and Fenton, Megan Weston, styling by Ruth Welsby and photography by Mike Baker.
October - Find shelter from the heat and escape to a hidden oasis with enigmatic hues such as Haymes Inner Depth, Impact and Gunpowder Smoke. Add to the mystery with brassy accents and lush greens, taking these tones to a whole new dimension.
Prop credits: Fenton & Fenton.
September: Rich and magnetic, Haymes Skipper Blue, Blue Mosaic and Royal Fair add dimension and style to any space. Bold, statement blues are perfect for brightening up either indoor or outdoor areas. Team with bright accessories for contrast and have fun with your space.
August: A modern take on pinks — Haymes Horoizon Glow, Cherish and Bassinet work in perfect combination, highlighting a pop of bright coral. Classically pretty and feminine, these soft hues maintain a fresh, flirty and modern feel.
June: Simple and sleek, Haymes Impact, Minimalist 1 and Light Frost are the ideal hues to create a modern, monochromatic space. Enhance this consistent look by adding textured natural materials such as hides, throws and cushions to create a strong and stylish visual statement.
May: Over time grey has featured as one of the most predominant colour trends.
Pair Haymes Silverberry, Memory and Soft Ash with unique tones and fun furnishings to make this trend your own.
April: Relax and unwind with Haymes Cool Canteloupe, Peach Blossom and Muskmelon —
perfect for the cooler months to bring a touch of warmth into the home.
March: March Haymes Hues: Haymes Darlington, Trempealeau and Chapel Grey.
Encouraging casual, modern living, we look to soft denims for a touch of shabby chic.
February: Haymes Peppy, Raspberry Sorbet, Charlotte.
Playful, romantic and whimsical these three hues will add a bewitching aesthetic to any interior.
January:Haymes Refuge 1, Phantom, Refuge 2.
Go back to basics with soft, neutral tones that create a comfortable and stylish oasis.
December: Viking, Hunter Green, Poplar Grove
Rich and almost primitive, go wild with Haymes Viking, Hunter Green, Poplar Grove — a lush and refreshing palette for both interior and exterior.
November: Dusty Biege, Kendall Rose, Horizon Glow
Dusty pinks and bright corals liven up grey backdrops, setting the scene for intimate spaces.
October: Oak Buff 1, Minimalist 1, Minimalist 2
Calming whites from the Haymes Natural Series are the perfect colour solutions for any interior.
September: Haymes Tinkerbell, Hello yello, Limebright
Images from left to right: stick figures - Haymes, silk white & yellow top - IXIAH, dining room - Haymes, lounge room - Designers Guild, pillow - Sixhands, light fitting - DOMO Australia, leaf wallpaper - Cole & Son, palms wallpaper and couch - Christian Lacroix.
August: Haymes Evan's Delight, Meandering Stream, Pitty Pat
Soft and subtle blues create a calming and reassuring environment - perfect for children's bedrooms and study areas - as well as forming a beautiful backdrop for a feature wall, showcasing a range of modern artwork.
Images from left to right: two tone pot, Bright Bold & Beautiful blog; blue door, A Beach Cottage; Gorman bowls, Shades of Light rug, cuttlery by Fab; interior decor image, Haymes Just Blue; clock from society6; chair by Anthropologie; dresser drawer painted and styled by Ruth Welsby in Haymes Pitty Pat, Meandering Stream and Evan's Delight.
July: Haymes Black Knight, Coal Mine, Eclipse
Images from left to right: DOMO Australia indoor setting, Haymes interiors, Cushions from Radford, chair from DOMO Australia, Haymes chalk images
June: Haymes Debonair
A vibrant blue, Haymes Debonair keeps the spirits up during winter. Calming aqua and indigo tones instantly give a space a relaxed and comfortable feel.
Images from left to right: Maison Object Paris 2014, wallpaper & chair image from Elle Decor, Clouds Wall Feature by Ligne Roset from DOMO, blue living room image from Aponovich Architecture & Interior Design, blue desk from made.com, blue bowl from liefshop, pillow from etsy, glasswear from Dinosaur Designs.
May: Haymes Bayleaf Brown
With autumn shedding its natural, warm shades, May Haymes Hue Bayleaf Brown is perfect indoors as a neutral staple, complementing any wooden features and providing a backdrop for accent tones. Warm and inviting, this hue also works well on a home’s exterior, providing a stable and welcoming facade.
Images from left to right: Rugs from naturalrugs.com, rope chandelier lighting from etsy.com, dining image from vogueliving.com.au, cushion from matalan.co.uk, teapot from Maxwell and Williams, plates from etsy.com, Haymes brown wall, chopping boards from etsy.com, candle from etsy.com, coffee table from Freedom.
April: Haymes Uluru Red
As the seasons change the rich colours of autumn will soon emerge. Haymes Uluru Red captures the warm, earthy tones of an Australian autumn.
Tips from the Haymes colour team: With its natural, warming affect, this opulent red is perfect the dining area. Stimulating the appetite and encouraging conversation, Haymes Uluru Red is a must when it comes to inside entertaining. PANTONE’s Fashion Colour Report for Fall 2014 says, “…the exotic red Sangria, the more sophisticated Aurora Red and the more adaptable Radiant Orchid ranked first, second and third, respectively, for both sexes.”
Images from left to right: red wallpaper from hyggeandwest.com; chair from abchome.com; countryliving.com; cocktails from marthastewart.com; tray from westelm.com; Haymes Uluru Red wall; clock from Freedom Furniture; stationery box from Kikki K; bedspread from cb2.com