Brickworks has celebrated the launch of its new Style Inspiration range with an intimate celebration at Sydney’s Missy French.
May 24th, 2016
Launching the new range saw Brickworks play host to some of Sydney’s prominent designers and design enthusiasts. The Style Inspiration range sees Brickworks continuing the push the envelope in the building and manufacturing sector.
The Style Inspiration range has taken a page form the Australian Trend Forecast predictions for future styles in tile trends in Australia.
”We’ll be seeing the full spectrum of dreamy sunrise shades, from blush, to smoky pinks, as a beautiful complement to cool greys – our dominant neutral palette as the moment,” says Kim Chadwick, director of Australian Trend Forecasting “In the past decade the ‘latte’ palette was the trend, with warm nuetrals inspired by coffee and brows. Pinks and yellows do no marry well with warm neutrals so with a shift to cooler greys we are able to reintroduce these warms colours back into our homes with stunning results”
The resulting collection from Brickworks is one to cherish and appreciate in home for many years to come.
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