There’s no need to make drastic changes in order to keep your home updated. Simply incorporating the colors that are considered “in” and “now” are a great way to start. This is an easy and practical way to make dramatic improvements by keeping it subtle. Whether it be using these colors for decor, paint, wallpaper-you name it. In this article, we take a look at the trendiest hues in 2019.
We’re kicking off the list with Pantone’s declared 2019 color of the year. This energizing coral hue is not quite pink and not quite orange but a refreshing take on something in between. In our endlessly busy and fast-paced digital environment, living coral is the color that defines what we seek. It’s warm and comforting but far from moody and lax. This color gives homes the spirited boost it needs through for walls, decor, and furnishings.
This warm terra cotta is taking over the design and construction industry. It’s one that gives us a sense of familiarity but still brings something new to the table. It’s not your usual brown, clay or brick color. Its earthy tone comes from ancient and elemental roots. Paired strategically with modern applications in home design and you’ll have a captivating space. Display this gorgeous color outdoors when you consider stamped concrete overlays.
Another far cry from the many muted tones that dominated for the last few years. Hunter green is a bold and saturated color that is eye-catching but never distracting. This color is a reflection of today’s time. No color is more fitting for the present state of our collective efforts to live a greener life. It’s classy, elegant and a bold statement all on its own while bringing attention to the environmental crisis we currently face.
This color’s bright and flamboyant cousin Ultra Violet stole the show last year as Pantone 2018 Color of the Year. However, muted purple is a hue that you simply can’t just pass by without giving due admiration. This particular color is one that gives off uplifting energy to any room. Its muted tone makes it a show-stopper without being too overpowering.
Warm browns are becoming increasingly popular these days. It’s an excellent alternative for the color that took over neutrals for interior design, Taupe. Albeit on the warm side, it doesn’t fail to deliver the welcoming tones lacking in Greige or the usual Beige. This subtle hue is excellent for wide surfaces of the home or as accents against and off-cream base.