Give your decor a boost by incorporating these spring colour trends

One of the simplest ways to bring your decor up to date is by changing the colour palette in your home. The season change means new trends will emerge and you can take the opportunity to work those trends into your space.

Deep rich blues and aquas. Berry, rose and peony pinks. Fresh summer meadow yellow. All shades of grey. With colours like these to play with, revamping your home this season is going to be your best decor project to date.

Grey is the hottest neutral for 2015

Combine soft grey walls with aqua and lemon yellow accents for a super fresh look.

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Monochrome is surprisingly versatile

Monochrome is huge this season. Add black and white accessories to your grey, blue and yellow colour scheme to add interest and give your room another dimension.

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Fast forward to a sunny summer’s day

Sunflower yellow and aqua blue combined create a wonderful summer holiday vibe. Combined with white, this is the perfect colour palette for a bathroom or a teenager’s bedroom.

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Yellow and grey always works

Mustard yellow and charcoal is a seriously classy combination. For a modern style update, make the focal point in the room yellow and keep everything else muted.

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Think pink and purple — the deeper the better

Deep pinks are romantic and feminine. Combine this versatile colour with sumptuous fabrics like velvet and faux fur for a touch of luxury — perfect for creating a welcoming sanctuary in a bedroom or snug.

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Pink is in for spring 2015

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Take the plunge with paint box colour

You might not think to use blue, pink and yellow together but do it right and the results can be head-turning.

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