Brighten Up Your Home with 2018 Color Trends
Updated: Aug 2, 2019
Are you looking to update your room/flat/house/office this season?
If you're not sure where to start, we are just revealing the biggest
interior design trends of 2018. The hottest hues on the horizon are
basically your style guide for filling up your space with new trendy
styles and decor.
1. Green Tones
The color green is thought to bring balance and harmony to its
surroundings so it’s no wonder that it’s a favorite choice in interior design. Apart from color psychology every outside element in the environment has green tone associated with it.
Hence, shades of green can match with any colors resembling a soothing décor.
2. Ultra Violet
Pantone's 2018 color of the year is undeniably bold, beautiful and amazing. Ultra Violet is one of the most dynamic shades that can bring confidence and originality to space when used correctly.
This color can also be used for enhancing décor of your room by incorporating an ultra violet vase or cushions against suitable colors.
3. Pastel Palette
Pastel colors are comforting and welcoming colors for interior designers. There is something so relaxing about the lighter shades of the color palette for your spaces that you want to escape from the world in. Opt for pastels instead of the bold colors in order to retain the simplicity of the space. Although pastels are just light, it can bring a sweet and warm appeal to a home.
Black has been taking spaces from bedrooms to bathroom giving that edgy effect. Being a neutral, we can team black with any color for a striking look. Creating space in small room with use of black color against light colors works the best. In conclusion, do not use too much black, but only to highlight certain things like picture frames, small tables, etc.
5. Tones of Berries
From strawberry red to raspberry pink to blueberry, well, blueberry-inspired color palettes are bringing all kinds of positive
cheer to interior spaces this season. Go for hot hues to make a striking statement and deep hues for a quieter approach.