I know many of us are tired of seeing the same white or grey walls. So, are you ready for a change? There is nothing like repainting a room to bring it up to date.
Every year, major paint companies announce their color forecast that reflect current social trends. According to their analysis, we are craving serenity, calm, peace and balance in our busy wired lives.
But are they good for your space? Let’s take a look.
First Light is the new color for Benjamin Moore. It’s a calming blush that goes well with shades of browns, beige and greys. It's a neutral shade of pink for adults. You see this hue in many accessories these days.
Sherwinn-Williams announced Naval is their color for 2020. I see this in many entry ways, guest baths and kitchens, so it's not a surprise that it's on trend. If you aspire for strength and stability, this color is a timeless choice.
I love that Valspar introduced 12 nature inspired colors that have a soft leathery quality to them. My favorites are Secret Moss and Winter Calm. Either one can be used to create that dreamy bedroom.
Are you seeking to be with nature?
Behr’s color of the year is one to use if you want to bring balance to your hectic life. Appropriately called Back to Nature, it’s a shade of green that reminds me of a meadow. This will go well with other natural elements like wood, bamboo and rattan.
Meanwhile, PPG paint brand has chosen Chinese Porcelain as their color of the year. Use this shade to create a masculine, modern or regal room.
Color is an important element in designing interiors. It helps create the mood, whether it’s for a place to work, entertain, sleep or eat.
Did any of these colors aspire you to repaint your room? Let me know in the section below.