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8 Colours To Be Seen Everywhere In 2022

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In 2022, as we grapple with a world completely shaped by the pandemic, our new habits, lifestyles, and general mental well-being will continue to influence how we choose to paint our homes. Choosing the right paint color is where it all begins. It should be subjective, expressive, and has the power to completely transform a space.


Let's take a quick look at these trends that are going to be on top this year.


1. Evergreen Fog


From a color psychology standpoint, green is the color of nature, revitalization and growth. It is naturally emblematic of newness. Evergreen Fog signals growth, emergence and new beginnings.


2. Moody Hue Of Blue


Bringing about a decidedly blue period, in particular, a luminous mid-tone blue, cool and warm at the same time as it evokes the lightness of clear skies. It works well to complement the naturals or other mid-tones with a reassuring simplicity yet positivity that resonates well with consumers.


3. Light Breezeway


Breezeway is a soft, silvery-green shade with cool undertones, which calls glinting bits of sea glass to mind. Versatility is key to this color’s appeal. Breezeway’s hue serves as the foundation for a variety of design styles, moving easily from casual to coastal and modern to vintage styling perfect for home offices and living rooms.


4. Hint of Violet


The Hint of Violet is based on the saturated color’s sense of positivity and escapism [that] embodies the dopamine that has been peaking across industries as we navigate toward a post-COVID world. If you aren’t ready to be quite so bold with your color choice, Hint of Violet is a “playful and invigorating pale” that will enliven a space with “effortless whimsy and charm.”


5. Subtle Peach


To turn up the cozy factor a bit more, reach for a gently tawny shade like Subtle Peach. It’s a selfie-ready neutral, of course: Shades of peach and blush are great wall colors that can complement most skin tones, perfect for a walk-in closet and a space where you’re getting ready to look your best for the day.


6. Guacamole Scoop


The Guacamole is delectably fresh shade that complements an array of styles and designs, including glossy white subway tiles in a kitchen or bathroom for a clean, fresh look, or furniture with blonde wood tones to emulate the Japandi-inspired designs.


7. Terracotta Mud


Along with bringing warmth and versatility to a space, a neutral paint palette can instantly make a room feel cozy and comforting. Terracotta is one such shade that will be used in spacious rooms such as hallways and living rooms, a move that will work with a variety of decor styles while creating a more inviting ambience.


8. Washed Aleutian


The light washed indigo of Aleutian is a stunning shade that promotes balance in our home and mental wellbeing. Consider how gorgeously it washes across architectural details and spans the ceiling in this spacious, restful bedroom; it’s an intuitive partner for swaths of natural wood like this warm flooring, and in the sunlight it practically sparkles.



Hope this blog post has given you an idea about the trendiest interior models for your fresh residential space or renovation to be done in the near future. You can get in touch with us regarding your ideas and knowledge about the same by shooting us an email or simply texting us on Instagram.


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