We know it is the end of January but who said that we can’t talk about trends for this year anymore? We all have a long 2018 ahead full of opportunities to explore and reinvent our home decor. Get inspired by this home decor color trends you will love in 2018:
There is a new neutral color! Besides white and beige, according to the Pinterest 100 list, which is the website’s forecast of trends that are going to be huge in 2018 based on what people are pinning, sage is about to have serious importance in house design and home interior.
Named “millennial pink”, the peach-salmon hybrid color refuses to go away. Another neutral that has come to stay for good this year.
Of course, the Pantone color of the year has to be a color trend for home decor in 2018. This undeniably bold and beautiful purple shade color was picked due to its originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.
If sunlight is hard to come by, fake it through paint color. Not every room can have a dozen windows. This white shade is perfect to light up the room and give it a clean calm ambiance.
Strong, radiant, and full of energy, Caliente is total confidence. It is pleasing, passionate and makes people feel special, like red carpet treatment. Totally a color for 2018.
Image gray and brown having a baby. Yes, that would probably turn out to be poised taupe. Another neutral color very liked every year and this one is no exception. Reports said that both homeowners and designers are slowly transitioning from using monochromatic grays to preferring warm, subtle hues of brown.
Or tones of yellow, from pale butter to dark mustard. They are cropping up everywhere.
Also called beige, this neutral color has medicinal, calming qualities. While that’s still true, mushroom is no longer the next it-neutral. More colorful options, like sage, are slowly taking over the interior design world.
This moodier tone will make a serious mark in living rooms and bedroom spaces this year.
If your style is more traditional, olive green might be the right move. Often the initial reaction is that it’s dark, maybe even a little dingy, but don’t underestimate it! It has a sophistication that is ideal for luxury exclusive spaces.
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