New Zealand Summer Colour Forecast 2021
Colour trends inspired by our New Zealand landscapes
As global colour trends evolve, our unique New Zealand landscapes compel a reinvestigation into how colour is interpreted in our homes and lifestyles. Three homegrown brands have collaborated to provide insight into how top colour trends for 2021 are interpreted within the New Zealand lifestyle and design ethos.
“A rolling organic shape that defies seating, hand crafted with the use of modern machinery to create furniture on a global scale”
New Zealand designed and manufactured; the Harper Chair by David Shaw is the canvas upon which these colour trends are explored. Made to order at their design house in Christchurch, the Harper chair draws its inspiration from the natural lines of our landscapes. Its organic shape emulating the natural movements and shapes of New Zealand’s beloved coastal regions and mountains. Constructed from sustainable timbers, the Harper chair holds the colours and texture of the Vintage Deux velvet fabric beautifully, reflecting the truest essence of the colours in question.
“Colour trends inspired by our New Zealand landscapes, bringing calm and comfort”
While nature itself has long been a common inspiration for home décor, in New Zealand this is particularly true as we are heavily influenced by our diverse and striking surroundings. Globally trending colours, blues, greens and blacks are epitomised in our unique tonal variations that can be found in our native forests, extensive coastlines and high-country landscapes.