July 12, 2020
Choosing a color palette to paint your home with can seem like a daunting task for some. Most people do not want to paint their walls every year, so choose something that feels fresh and does not look dated. Here, we have gathered some inspiration on interior color for you that is “on trend” instead of “trendy.”
Classic Blue is Pantone’s Color of the Year, and for good reason. It’s rich, moody, and timelessly gorgeous. It is surprisingly versatile, mixing well with so many complimentary colors and hardware finishes, making it an easy choice.
When you hear the word neutral, most people tend to think of whites, grays, and beiges, right? While these hues are not going anywhere, many designers are opting for deeper neutrals. Using colors like navy, black, and dark green is becoming increasingly popular because they still feel like a blank slate; yet they have a more modern vibe.
Still a devotee of light, bright neutrals? After years of seeing shades of grey in every home, beige is making its way back. But instead of the flat cream beiges you might be used to, these new beiges have a hint of blush or pink undertone, giving a more updated feel.
Soft, rosy pinks are popping up on walls in more and more homes. No longer is it reserved for nurseries or children’s bedrooms. Keeping the pink light and cool-toned is key, and incorporating modern décor and fixtures is the finishing touch.Hesitant to paint a whole room? Try an accent wall! It’s an easy way to see how you feel about the color and how the changing light during the day affects it. This can also help you decide on accent colors for décor and furniture to bring everything together. When it comes to color, the options are endless, and preference is personal, so you want to ensure you are happy with it.
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