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  • Leo Wood

Embracing the Warmth of Brown: A Trend in Interior Design for 2024

In the world of interior design, some colours tend to take the spotlight while others quietly await their turn. One such colour making its presence felt in 2024 is brown—a hue often underestimated but now finding its way into the hearts of designers and homeowners alike.

Why the sudden embrace of brown, you may wonder? Well, it all comes down to the inherent warmth and earthy tones it brings to a space. In a time where comfort and grounding are increasingly sought after, brown serves as a comforting embrace, a gentle reminder of nature's beauty.

Recently, Emma J Page shed light on this emerging trend in her article for The English Home magazine. It's an exciting time for designers like us at Kinder Design, as our Victorian Terrace Peckham project was featured alongside other esteemed designers such as Ham Interiors and Otta Design. It's a testament to the versatility and appeal of brown in contemporary interiors.

In our Victorian Terrace Peckham project, we opted for a deep orange-brown hue (Middle Buff by Little Greene) for the living room walls. The result? A space that exudes warmth and radiance, inviting our clients to unwind and feel cocooned in comfort.

At Kinder Design, our approach to colour goes beyond aesthetics; it's about understanding the psychological impact it has on our emotions. When we embark on any project, we start by asking ourselves, "How do we want our clients to feel in this space?" It's this emphasis on creating environments that uplift and inspire that drives our passion for bold colour choices.

We're grateful for clients who share our vision and allow us to explore the transformative power of colour. Together, we create spaces that not only look beautiful but also evoke a sense of joy and well-being.


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