Dulux Colour Trends 2014

Future Tribes

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As the world embraces a renewed focus on openness, sharing & collaboration, either face to face or in the digital realm, we see communities forming.
They are drawn together by their love of the same aesthetic and philosophy
on life. Common interests in history, design, art and colour define them -
these are the Future Tribes…

Meet the Designers

Dulux collaborated with five inspiring design experts to bring the vision of Future Tribes to life.

  • Wilhemina McCarroll

    Wilhelmina McCarroll

    Wilhelmina McCarroll has been designer and director of the furniture company Zuster for the past eighteen years. Wilhelmina's design credentials extend from furniture design to visual merchandising and brand identity. She is a design leader in the furniture industry. The always-inspiring Zuster stores, featuring clean-lined, beautifully-crafted furniture, are testament to her definitive style.

  • Heather Nette King & Bree Leech

    Heather Nette King &
    Bree Leech

    Heather Nette King is an interiors stylist and writer for many leading interior titles and newspapers including House & Garden, Country Style, Inside Out, Real Living, Living etc, The Sunday Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. Her own home has appeared in many publications and was recently featured in the international style bible, Elle Decoration UK.

    Bree Leech is a multi-disciplined designer with over 18 years working in the design industry, Bree has extensive experience in colour and trend forecasting. Bree is the director of Texture, a creative consultancy through which she provides key colour and trend information as well as services such as prop styling and interior design.

  • Rowena Martinich & Geoffrey Carran

    Rowena Martinich &
    Geoffrey Carran

    Melbourne based artists Rowena Martinich and Geoffrey Carran work both independently and collaboratively to create giant public murals and collectable artworks. Their art has adorned buildings and spaces throughout Australia as well as prominent international commissions and exhibitions. Their work as individual artists informs and inspires their collaborative projects, marrying their two diverse practices of vibrant Abstract Expressionism and Representational painting. Martinich and Carran's projects often blur the boundaries between art and design with a strong focus on colour.

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