Color Trends for Spring Interiors

As seasons come and go, so do color trends. This spring, trade out the icy grays and neutrals for warm, natural hues. Bring in powerful contrast with rich colors, and balance things out with tranquil pinks. Whether you are looking for an entire room or small decor changes, we have found the color trends to look for this Spring and how to incorporate them.

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Bold Jewel-Tones

These bright and powerful hues can be intimidating, however, they are easier to decorate with than you may realize. Think of Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year, “Classic Blue.” Peaceful, yet mysterious, these statement colors will add a timeless contrast to your home. If monochromatic is not your style, try easing into these rich tones with an accent wall, lamps, chairs, or throw pillows. 

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Earthy Hues

It is time to move towards warmer, more organic “moods” for interiors. Search for inspiration from Behr’s Color of the Year, “Back to Nature,” and color palette, “Worldhood.” 2020 is all about acknowledging nature, so what better time to do so than spring. Add pastels with warm undertones to your powder rooms and bathroom to evoke a spa-like sensation. In your gathering spaces, dissolve the barrier from the outdoors by incorporating woods, rusts, and similar natural hues in the materials of furniture and tables.  

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Fresh Pinks

The shades of pink for 2020 have turned away from millennial pink. This spring will focus on the serene hues of pink. Neutral blush tones are seen in Benjamin Moore’s “First Light,” or HGTV Home’s “Romance.” These colors are perfect for your dining room walls and create a sense of elegance when paired with hints of jewel-tones. Treat yourself to a bedroom makeover by replacing your rugs, bedding, or accent seating for a subtly romantic setting.   

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