Colour trends – What’s hot and what’s not
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The colours that we choose for our interior walls play an important role, serving as the backdrop to how we live within our homes. Colours are not only for decoration; they are emotive and can enhance how we feel about our personal spaces.
So what colour are hot in 2021?
Let’s firstly take a look at the colour trends for 2021.
Comforting earthy tones inspired by rural landscapes are bang on-trend. In particular, tan, peachy colours, and terracotta are all making a comeback.
You can’t go wrong with a classic neutral backdrop. Colours such as mushrooms or stones are currently very popular. Add bright coloured furniture and accessories to contrast.
Green is everywhere in interiors right now – whether it be rich velvety dark green or a more muted olive green. It is here to stay.
Blue can give a fresh feel to your interior – think bold ultramarines or dark navy which makes a real statement.
Again back to that earthy feel, warm and deep reds are very popular right now. Think more plum tones that will give a warming feel to your room.
What’s not trendy in 2021?
Looking too distracting and easy to get bored with, apparently accent walls will slowly be OUT in 2021, making room for more monochromatic interiors.
All white walls
It’s finally the end of all-white interiors that are also super minimal. This year is all about colour and creating a creative mix by being bold whilst using them.
These are the colour predictions as to what is currently popular – I have heard that the comforting earthy tones have come about during the pandemic, and people want to feel cosy inside their homes.
Do you have a favourite interior colour?