Can you believe we’re almost out of the first quarter of 2019? That means this year’s most fashionable paint trends for your home are starting to pop. Perennially, Spring has been a great time to tackle home improvement projects like painting, and mixing up the colors you surround yourself with can be a great way to change your mood, clean things up a bit, and deepen how you feel about your particular surroundings.
It’s a very mixed reaction this year from designers. They are stretching their palettes from dark and woodsy greens to the occasionally jarring ebony wall to accent personal spaces.
Sure, there are the usual suspects like Pinterest, which likes the very hot mustard yellow as well as painted geometric patterns. Then, Pantone went with a bright coral blue as their color of choice for the year. Meanwhile, Benjamin Moore went with a super-popular Lilac Grey. This is not only ostensibly classic but also more gender-neutral, warmer and cheery.
Deep Green Paint Trends
Blue is named as people’s favorite color all the time. It not only complements the greens we mentioned above but evokes a sense of calm. As a result, it’s a serious go-to for more traditional interior designers. They tend to favor a more casual approach to the hues of a room. As such, deep blues, ice blues, and pale powder blue can evoke the feeling a designer is after. You can also place “mist,” in the blue category. Mist offers itself as a gift to designers who want a more flexible color for the canvas to background their colors and style choices.
Designers are opting for the pop of color that is mustard yellow. This paint trend is mainly used for accents, trim, and other applications that create depth and offer big rewards. This is especially popular for interior painting in Broadripple.
More Gray Paint Trends
Dove gray is always going to be a perennial go-to for interior designers. However, many are turning this year to a moodier alternative called Lilac Gray. Lilac Gray offers a warm, minimalist feel without giving residents the more neutral feeling that traditional grays can evoke.