Working With Colour Trends
Colour of the Year – 2021 | Benjamin Moore Aegean Teal 2136-40, creates a natural harmony. It is an intriguing, balanced, and deeply soothing colour!
I love this time of year as it is always nice to look ahead and see what new interior trends are up and coming. With many of us spending more time at home, it is a great time to explore new ways to decorate and make our homes look beautiful.
The overall theme of the colour trends for 2021 showcases a nice combination palette; it has warm hues that we can inject into areas where we can relax, recharge and feel comfortable in our home. Along with that, we introduce some brighter pops of colour that will add a cheerfulness to the space and to our lives.
Here are some great accent colours that will compliment nicely with the Benjamin Moore Aegean Teal colour.
Silhouette AF655 – using at least one or two elements of a black or a darker charcoal such as Silhouette is a great accent colour. You can use in lighting, side tables or any décor
Atrium White OC-145 – white is always perfect for trim work in any room. You can also add a cozy white throw or bring in a hint of white in pillows or décor
Amazon Soil – 2115-30 – looking for a staple colour to add to a room, consider this plum colour when decorating through artwork, area carpet or other items
Chestertown Buff – HC9 – this is fabulous in traditional pieces like mirrors. However, if you want to be adventurous this is an awesome colour to use for your trim work
Rosy Peach – 2089-20 – want to spice things up? Using this colour in a sofa, chair or an area rug are 3 ways to make a definite impact
So if you’re looking to renovate or decorate and you are looking for inspiration, perhaps this colour palette will provide just that. Call House Coach today and we can assist in decorating that perfect space.
If you are just starting to experiment with brighter colours and aren’t comfortable just yet with using strong hues in a grand scale, then start small. Introducing key accessories like textiles—pillows, throws, area rugs is a great starting point as these pieces can easily be switched out as your mood changes.