While you might be distracted right now with delicious recipes and cold weather fashions, your home deserves to get in on all the fun, too. Check out these happy, relaxation-inducing colors that have been the standout trends. It’s the perfect time to give your bedroom, living room, and even a bathroom an upgrade.
1. Bright Yellow.
Going floor-to-ceiling in a sunny shade could be overwhelming, but painting just the bottom portion of a wall is a much more manageable commitment. Add a single stripe above to give the illusion of fancy wainscoting.
We won’t be over the craze anytime soon. Creamsicle, lilac, light peach — pile ’em all into a room, but try adding a contrasting dark shade, like the navy here, in various places like pillows or artwork.
Look no further than Benjamin Moore’s Guilford Green on your bedroom walls to achieve that serene feeling the second you wake up in the morning.
Just like you would wear an outfit of two different blues or two different grays, the same effect works beautifully in home decor. How do you do that? Try it out by painting the window trim a few shades darker than the color of your walls.
It’s made a comeback, and we don’t see it slowing down anytime soon. The key to finding the right shade is to look for one with a bit of gray so it doesn’t feel like a nursery.
6. Soft Pink.
It’s the new neutral, didn’t you hear? Let this gorgeous bedroom be proof that the favorite hue of millennials and grandmas alike looks perfect with wood furniture, geometric prints, and baby blue walls.
Think of it as a literal refresh in a room! A room with lots of sunlight is perfect for going all out with one color, like a light blue or mint.