For the true colour lovers: Luck Oslo
Posted on: 12-11-2018
Having an assortment as at Luck, you can never stop looking. From vases, interior accessories, shoes, designer clothing ‘till the everlasting love for plants. It is all there. I have to admit, it kinda feels like heaven. Everything is só beautiful! The designs and fabrics are amazing – and around every corner another surprise is waiting.
The colour design
Well, yes, that’s just great. The colour design is done perfectly, by colour designer Dagny Fargestudio. Dagny has chosen for a combination of lime paint and chalk paint in various colours like yellow, pale greenGreen, green/blue-ish, pink and a hidden dark red in the changing room.
The shop is truly shining. You just cannot remove the smile of your face walking into Luck.
If you take a good look at the pictures, you can see that the spaces are not painted the regular way. The ceilings are in a full, rich shade (Classico), and the walls are dripping in lighter colours. This effect is accomplished by using lime paint (Fresco) and also mixing the chalk paint (Classico) with water to make it more easy to flow. And also to create multiple layers of paint on top of each other, while still seeing the colours beneath.
Picture 1 – Blue walls ceiling in Classico colour Poetic BluePoetic Blue.
Picture 2&3 – Yellow ceiling in Classico Golden MajestyGolden Majesty, walls in Fresco Golden Majesty, doorframe in Carazzo Belgian WildernessBelgian Wilderness.
Picture 4 – Green wall in Fresco colour Poetic Blue.
Though all the colours are very different, together they make a very good mix. Personally, the yellow and pale green is my favourite combination. It combines very lovely with a soft pink, orange and natural tones like wood and plants.
Dripping paint on the wall is Fresco in Golden Majesty, yellow ceiling is Classico in Golden Majesty, pale green on the walls is Classico in Olive DrabOlive Drab.