Home Design Trend Watch: Color Pops

Posted by Spring EQ on Apr 22, 2022 4:09:38 PM

You can’t separate color palettes and choices from home design—be it interior or exterior. From choosing wall colors or trims to that perfect throw pillow to accent the living room sofa, color has always been an essential part of your home design decisions, and this year is no different.

 

While tons of blues and greens are on trend this year, the Pantone Color of the Year goes to Very Peri (aka 17-3938 for you Pantone-Purists out there)—a vibrant purple-blue shade with violet-red undertones.

 

 

  1. The Organic Tone Parade Continues With "October Mist"

  2. October Mist is a soft sage—and the Benjamin Moore Color of the Year. This delicate splash of color can work in your kitchen, den or living room. Or perhaps you’re looking to incorporate some non-neutral furniture like a kitchen island, armoire, or new sofas.

 

  1. The Muted Cool of "Evergreen Fog" Means Ultra-Chill Vibes

Another popular choice for this year is Evergreen Fog and it’s perfect for interiors and exteriors. Sherwin Williams describes it as “a versatile and calming hue, a chameleon color of gorgeous green-meets-gray, with just a bit of blue.” Whether its new wallpaper, a kitchen cabinet color refresh, or even new housewares, color can drastically change the look of a room.

 

  1. What's Your Color Palette? Own it + Set Your Own Trends                                  

Are you bold and dramatic? Do you want your space more muted minimalist—or boho chic? Remember, the most important color palette is the one that best reflects your personality, aesthetic and lifestyle. Perhaps you prefer warm neutrals, vivid reds or moody hues.

 

The best advice? Choose colors that bring you joy, inspiration or serenity—and create a palette to showcase your personal style.

 

Be creative and don’t be afraid to take risks. If you’re not sure where to begin, you can also consult the experts for help. Check out this article from The Spruce to choose the right hue for your next exterior refresh, room redesign or painting project.

 

 

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