16 JunThe 3 Milan Colour Trends to Know

Milan Design Week was a cornucopia of colour and inspiration! However there were three key colour palettes which clearly stood out from the rest. Take a look at what’s going to be big in the coming year.

All images below were taken by the Decor + Design team in Milan.


Dusty pinks, greens and ecru (the colour of unbleached linen) were prominent in 2022. It reminded us of the ancient Basilica di Santa Maria Novella in Florence, a hop and a skip from Milan.

We love these pink drawers from Acerbis, as well as the deep green sofa from luxury powerhouse Knoll.

Drawers by Acerbis.

Green Sofa by Knoll.


Chair, IOC Project Partners.

Strong pops of yellow and orange in varying shades were a huge theme this year. From bright yellow to mustard and burnt orange.


Finally, a medley of greys could be seen, such as in the Universal Collection of chairs by Jean Marie Massoud for MDF Italia.

The Universal Collection of Chairs for MDF Italia by Jean Marie Massoud for MDF Italia.

Patricia Urquiola’s beautiful collaboration with Kartell is another stylish example. 

Patricia Urquiola for Kartell.

Looking for more colour inspiration? Don’t miss the Australian International Furniture Fair (AIFF) and Decor + Design, 14 – 17 July! Australia’s premier buying and networking event for the furniture and interiors industry is BACK, packed to the rafters of the Melbourne Exhibition Centre with the best in indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting, textiles, art and soft furnishings. Register now and start planning your trip!


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