Out of this world interiors

Taking the trend for bringing the outside in to a whole new dimension, we take a look at some of the impressive galaxy-inspired interiors that have caught our attention. And whether you prefer the inky, moody blues for your stargazing backdrop or the illusive lilacs and in-between smoky shades, there’s a palette to create your own astral ambiance.

Calming Constellations

The soft shades of neither here nor there colours creates a muted atmosphere with a calming feel – just the place to leave it all behind and relax in after a busy day!

271: Brassica, 288: Vardo, 285: Cromarty, 47: Green Smoke (Image: Pinterest)

271: Brassica, 288: Vardo, 285: Cromarty, 47: Green Smoke (Image: Anawalldecor)

Planet Appeal

Taking inspiration from the planets that circle the solar system far above, earthy reds and yellows combine with steely lead greys to create a beautifully unique, out of this world look.

274: Ammonite, 272: Plummett, 51: Sudbury Yellow, 64: Red Earth (Image: Pinterest)

274: Ammonite, 272: Plummett, 51: Sudbury Yellow, 64: Red Earth (Image: Pinterest)

Stargazer Blue

An incredibly soothing colour, combining complementary shades of blue can only be a good thing! Sink into your sheets and dream of faraway places against a backdrop of endless blue.

220: Pitch Blue, 253: Drawing Room Blue, 86: Stone Blue, 2004: Slipper Sating (Image: Pinterest)

220: Pitch Blue, 253: Drawing Room Blue, 86: Stone Blue, 2004: Slipper Sating (Image: Pinterest)

Dreamy Cosmos

For those who dream of something a little more dramatic, try combining deep jewel like colours and rich blue-blacks with softer shades to create a smoky, galaxy-inspired look and feel.

289: Inchyra Blue, 95: Black Blue, 246: Cinder Rose, 254: Pelt (Image: Pinterest)

289: Inchyra Blue, 95: Black Blue, 246: Cinder Rose, 254: Pelt (Image: Pinterest)

Header image: New Evolution Designs



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The Chromologist is a colour whisperer. He understands and knows them better than they know themselves, translating their pleas to be used beautifully for humankind. It's unknown from whence he came. Some say the fraction of space between a prism and a spectrum, others say he toiled in the fabled colour mines of Svalbard for years untold, deep underground, speaking only to the reds and blues, cerises and aquas, bronze and golds...


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