Throughout the years and seasons, colour trends change from bright to bold or warm to cool. Take a look at these paint colour trends, and trends for decorating your home with colour. You're bound to fall in love with one and feel inspired to start adding some more colour to your own home decor.
2013 paint colour trends
Our favourite paint companies predict the 2013 paint colour trends.
2012 paint colour trends
See where you fit in when it comes to the diverse palettes that our favourite paint companies have chosen for the coming year.
2011 paint colour trends
Whether you prefer bold hues or neutrals, these paint trends will have you reaching for your roller and brush.
Paint colour trends 2010
Three major paint companies predict paint colour trends for 2010.
Spring 2010: Colour trend report
Find out which colours will make your home sing this spring with a pretty palette for your home’s decor.
Trend: Bold '80s colour
The '80s make a comeback in a good way, with bright and bold colours to put some punch in your space.
Bold fall colour trends
Autumn's hottest new trend is dark, bold colours and Margot Austin shows how to use them in your home.
Colour trend: Aegean blue home accessories
Inspired by summer fashions these stunning home decor accessories offer a refreshing splash of colour for any space.
Colour trend: Oxblood
10 items to get you in the spirit with this season's colour trend - oxblood.
Colour trend: Mint green
Mint green has become a very popular hue this summer, get inspired by these 10 amazing mint green accessories.
Colour trend: Decorating with mint green
This pretty and subtle hue adds a soothing sense of style to any space.
Colour trend: Turquoise
2010’s hottest colour can inject some cheer into your home decor. Get inspired by 10 terrific turquoise finds you’ll want to invite into your home.
Colour blocking: A cool trend in painting walls
Colour blocking is an easy way to highlight a feature or simply dress up an empty wall. Consider this chic way to paint your walls the next time you want to freshen up your home.
Find even more great colour inspiration from these paint colours designers love.
Lead image by George Whiteside.