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24 days ago

The Pastel Edit Perfect for Summer

With the new season fast approaching, Haymes has released a re-edit of our spring colour forecast, the ‘Colour Conscience Re-Edit’. This release explores how colour palettes can be ‘re-edited’ for use in different spaces in the home, with summer the perfect time of year to experiment with injecting colour and freshness into your interiors.

Haymes Summer1834100 Gemmola LR
Colours used are Haymes Chateau and Haymes Ultimate Seamless Flooring in Storm

Of the three palettes in the collection, the ‘Cohabitate’ palette is the one that really screams summer. Light, fresh and full of dreamy pastels, these airy tones are perfect for creating casual spaces where family and friends can come together, especially over the holiday season.

Haymes Summer1834116 Gemmola LR
Colours used are Haymes Chateau and Haymes Ultimate Seamless Flooring in Storm

Perfect for indoor and outdoor spaces, the fresh, casual and relaxed vibe of this palette creates a feeling of flow. There really is no better match for light colours than warm weather!

Haymes Summer1834153 Gemmola LR
Colour used is Haymes Chateau

A unique addition to this palette is our Haymes Ultimate Seamless Flooring system, a protective floor coating that is available in a ‘terrazzo inspired’ finish using our unique designer flakes system.

Haymes Summer1834139 Gemmola LR
Colour used is Haymes Ultimate Seamless Flooring in Storm

The re-edit of the Colour Conscience colour forecast provides a fresh interpretation of how colour and design can come together to create an innovative and inspiring solution for the home, and how this can be customised to fit with each unique individual’s lifestyle.

Thanks to our suppliers Ajar, Anaca Studio, Armadillo + Co, Barnaby Lane, Canvas + Sasson, GlobeWest, House of Orange, Hunting for George, Ikea, Louise Jones, Mud Australia, Southwood Home, Space to Create, St Albans, Tide Design and Voyager Interiors.

Photography by Martina Gemmola
Styling by Ruth Welsby