Interior Trends: 5 Trending Sofa Colour Combinations for 2019
We adore colour at Arlo and Jacob and think it can be a true reflection of your personality. The bolder and brighter, the better. We love a bit of colour clashing and pattern too and find it’s far more effective than choosing furniture in matching fabrics. We have over 120 fabrics in our range, but we also offer custom upholstery, so if you’ve found a fabric that you’ve completely fallen in love with, get in touch, and we’ll see what we can do. If you need some inspiration on which colours to pair together, here are some of our tried and tested sofa colour combinations that we love. Why not explore our sofa colours and give them a go?
Pink and Navy (Animal Print)
Pastel pink was all over the interiors world in 2018, and it’s still a highly popular hue for 2019/20 (albeit with a slightly more salmon tinge). We love pairing pink with navy blue as these two colours offset one another beautifully. This colour palette works very well on natural fabrics like cotton and linen.
Navy and Rust
Blue and orange sit practically opposite one another on the colour spectrum, making them an excellent pairing to clash. Choosing warm, deep oranges like rust and umber, to partner with vibrant navy blues makes for a grown-up and sophisticated colour scheme. This sofa colour combination works very well on sumptuous, thick pile fabrics like chenille and velvet.
Grey/Naturals with Gold/Bronze
If you prefer natural tones in your interior, then there are still plenty of colour combinations you can choose. Greys and neutrals work well alongside one another. If you want to add a hint of colour and depth, then warm gold tones like ochre work exceptionally well with neutrals; as seen here in our Spring/Summer 2019 photoshoot, with a smattering of bold print.
Teal and Brown
Another interior colour trend that’s sticking around in our interiors is a rich, teal blue paired with browns and golds. Shown here in our Matilda shot, it’s an elegant and sophisticated colour combination that also works well with patterned fabrics.
Brown with Pink & Navy
Another of our favourite sofa colour combination ideas is to partner a beautiful sepia or rust-brown with pink and navy for an eclectic (almost-70s) take on an interiors colour scheme. Retro style sofas and chairs elevate this scheme and provide a stylish mid-century look to your interiors.