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Sneak into Katharine Pooley’s Colour Trends of 2019.

When talking about the home colour trends this 2019 — let’s think outside of Pantone here – there seems to be no single soul alive that can compete with Katharine Pooley at the moment.

Having undertaken landmark commercial and residential projects around the world — think Kuwait Villa, The Cachet Boutique Zhejiang Circuit Hotel in China and The Clarence at St James House in London – the highly sought-after British interior designer is now back to hit up 2019 with a colourful start with her home interior ideas and products using the sophisticated schemes of bronze, blush and rose gold.

And although the world is now living on Pantone’s Living Coral, there’s always a little room left for the three timeless, charm-filled colours that will elegantly accentuate your interior with a grown-up charm that Living Coral simply can’t. Scroll down to see how Katharine Pooley channels elegant glam vibes to many homes by using her fab colour trends of 2019.

Hero image credit: Unsplash/Douglas Sheppard; Featured image credit: Katharine Pooley


Asserting a dash of dusky pink to your space is a way to liven up your home with elegant glamour. Once combined with bronze, gold or rose gold, the blushing pink will be sure to liven up your home with auras of sophistication and taste. If you were to balance the soft pink palette with crystal and white marble, the whole design would offer you a fun and flawless look as well as adding a warmer and more feminine character to your living space.


A tone of the undulating bronze infused with a slight copper hue can create a sleek yet sophisticated look to your ambience. A bronze tone can also outfit your space with a sleek modern touch as well as producing the zen effect that makes your home more calm and inviting. But if the bronze wall is not really your thing, try adding home decor like the antique bronze finish Wall Sconce from Casa Pagoda as a good start.

Designed by Katherine Pooley, the bedroom in St James London heavily employs the use of soft bronze on the hand-painted silk wallpaper to add a gleaming flair as a backdrop.

Rose Gold

An alloy of gold, silver and copper metals, rose gold showcases this pink-ish glow that evokes a sense of feminine flair and charm. The soft pink hue also adds a burst of cheerfulness to any space. So for those hankering to bring in a dash of panache to your room, adding a rose gold palette can accentuate your ambience with a shining reflection.

A rose gold-shade walk-in wardrobe created by Katherine Pooley.

The Organic Bronze Bowl by Katharine Pooley is made out of fine glass and brushed bronze pigment – which makes a gorgeous accent piece for any coffee table.

Where to shop for blush, bronze and rose gold decor. 

Want to charm your home with these three beautiful colours? Check out Katharine’s website for her home accessories or visit Bangkok’s luxury furniture stores like Euro Creation in Thonglor, Panache Home Furniture at Sukhumvit 59, Chanintr in Siam Paragon or Casa Pagoda in Silom for your next bronze, blush, and rose gold decor hunt.

Kankanit Wichiantanon

Writer, Bangkok

Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.


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