Colour Craze: Dusty Lilac


The colour purple can seem daunting when it comes to interior design, yet it is also a versatile hue that can add a soft and sophisticated touch to your living space.

Subtle lilac tones such as Pantone’s ‘Burnished Lilac’, as well as Farrow and Ball’s ‘Peignoir’ and Coats’ ‘Trinket’ have been identified as colours to look out for in 2024. These shades are particularly well-suited for bedrooms, as they encourage relaxation and evoke a feeling of serenity. Pastel purple shades won’t be confined to interior spaces alone. The fashion runways are also experimenting with this hue, as seen dominating in Carolina Herrera and Coaches’s Spring 2024 collections.

Recently the Studio has noticed a rise in demand across projects for the use of lavender shades in various different aspects of design. The team are currently working on a guest bedroom where this tone serves as the foundational palette for the room, layered with additional regal accents. In another London apartment, the dressing room design incorporates a very pale and soft lilac colour. This will be paired with a rare Calacatta Viola stone worktop, exuberating elegance and feminine appeal. Our team also used this stone in our recently completed central London apartment for the fireplace surround in the reception room.