Trending Interior Design Colors for 2022

Last year, neutral colors stole the crown. Practically every design element on the market was available in classic taupe or cool-tone gray. 

While those colors seem to have faded to the background (no pun intended), they’re still complementary staples for this year’s hottest interior design colors, which we’re calling the muted color collection. 

Pantone Color of the Year: Very Peri 

Current trends still favor color in the home. Pantone’s color of the year, Very Peri, speaks volumes to this trend! While fun saturated colors are growing in popularity, many people are still hesitant to jump in with both feet. 

 

Find Your Baseline

Utilizing muted color is the perfect way to test out your comfort level with adding more color to your home. You can always build around pieces you already have by adding splashes of color.

While trends come and go, having a baseline color or group of colors you can build off of creates an environment you can easily modify. With great saturated color comes great neutrals that balance it out.

Check out this color story created by Pantone!

 

Very Peri Pairings 

If you’re looking for colors to pair with Pantone’s Color of the Year, consider Winter Fun, Concrete Bianco, or even Stargazer.

Where do you start when you’ve decided to add a little more color to your home? We recommend starting with those classic neutrals that complement nearly every color palette.

Here are a few of our favorites. 

 

Classic White 

White always reigns supreme due to its versatility, timelessness, and budget-friendly price point. The biggest trend we see is pairing classic white with black hardware and accessories

We’ll be launching an entirely new line of options in this popular finish in April!

Natural Elements

As home décor becomes more inspired by natural elements, designs featuring textured wood, stone, and fabric-influenced finishes are in demand! If this is more your style, check out the three most popular element-inspired finishes coming in 2022!

  • City Oak
  • Oregon Pine
  • Nebia

City Oak Cleaf color sample      Oregon Pine Cleaf color sample     Nebia Cleaf color sample

Solid Cool Tones

Don’t discount the impact a solid, cool tone shade can make! These colors are quickly growing in popularity as accent colors to complement perennial favorites.

  • Shadows 
  • Summer Drops

Shadows Tafisa color option  Summer Drops Tafisa color option

What’s your take—will you be incorporating Very Peri into your home? 

Ready to get started creating a custom organization solution that complements your home’s color palette? Reach out today for your free consultation!

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