Designers across the creative industries are using the fade-out colour technique ombré in their work this season. WGSN-homebuildlife's latest colour analysis report explores the use of this decorative effect in architecture, homeware and fabrics.
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Although the term ombré usually refers to a change of tone within the same colour palette,we are starting to see it played with in a wider spectrum to create an eye-catching, 3D effect.
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Shelly Leer, from ModHomeEc, told WGSN-homebuildlife: “We'll be seeing more ombré in fashion next spring and summer and then, of course, the home furnishings industry will follow, maybe in the spring, but I'm guessing we'll see all sorts of cleverly done ombré fade in home furnishings next fall."