Color Trends

Top Color Trends Today

Finding The Right Colors for Your Home

What are the hot color trends?

Color Trends 2015People have spent more time at home during 2020 than ever before. And while everyone hopes 2021 could be different, take time to make your home look beautiful.

Many paint companies are releasing their color trends for 2021. So, if you are indoors a while longer, paint some rooms to brighten your day and home.

For 2021, the color trends are creating a home where we can relax, recharge and feel comfortable.

Lots of warm serene color hues from soft pastel tones to serene blues and greys. They create a calm base from where you can further decorate our home.

There is also a movement for more brighter color hues to add more color and cheerfulness to our lives. So, it’s a nice combination of calm hues with a nice bright color pop.

For 2021 Patone has chosen two colors of the year. A neutral Ultimate Grey and a yellow called Illuminating.

The union of Patone Ultimate Gray & Illuminating is one of strength and positivity.

Somethings don’t change…..Remember 2015

The Paint Quality Institute pick for home color trends 2015 isn’t really a color, its a hue – GRAY. Why gray? Home decor blogs suggest that gray has staying power and is a perfect background for many other colors.

For example, using gray with beige, taupe, soft blues, off white or even black can create a tranquil bedroom or comfortable family room.

In other areas of the home, gray can be teamed with darker colors such as purple, fuchsia, rust brown or navy to develop pleasant contrasts. Gray will also work with colors such as a dusty pink or pale lavender.

While almost any color can be overdone, the color trends 2015 from the Paint Quality Institute suggests gray is one that can be used with a broad color pallet in most homes.

Pantone, says Marsala is their official Pantone colors 2015. Pantone, by the way, is the leading authority on color.

Marsala provides a tone that is appealing and rich. It can be a perfect transition for room furnishing and interior designs. Marsala, named for a wine, has its roots in the red-brown color pallet that will inject earthiness to any room.

Due to its rich tones, Marsala is expected to be incorporated into many accent pieces and homes accessories.

Many Realtors are already using Marsala for home staging in their home selling process. Favorite accents include rugs, vases and furniture.

How Much Will A Make Over Cost?

Now that you know what paint colors are “IN”, are you ready to start painting? How many rooms and how much paint? Key questions to ask. To help, check out this helpful guide on how much it costs to paint a room.

A Few More Thoughts

To help make your selection for your home, try these helpful online tools from major paint manufactures. Sherwin-Williams colors can be seen with their Paint Color Visualizer.

The Benjamin Moore’s Personal Color Viewer or Glidden’s Room Visualizer will also let you play with various color pallets to find the perfect color trends 2015 color for your home.

Many of color you see will work well together even in the southwest.


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