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Haute on trend

A round up of what the best-dressed rooms will be wearing in 2019

By Aimee Farrell

If anyone understands colour, it's India Mahdavi. Back in 2014, the Paris-based architect and designer painted Sketch's Gallery tearoom a popping shade of rose that transformed it into London's most Instagrammed restaurant and propelled "millennial pink" into the collective consciousness.

So no one is more qualified to predict what shade will emerge for the year ahead. For Mahdavi, it's all about "mandarinau lait", a tone she likens to "a tangerine milkshake". It's a colour, she says, that is noticeable in the vivid sunsets of our cities'

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