10 Decor Color Palettes We’re Loving for 2019
Need a new year’s refresh for your home? Start by updating your color scheme. Switching up the hues in your space can give your home a whole new vibe. And let’s be real: Shopping for matching wall art and colorful throws is always exciting. If you’re not sure where to begin, here are 10 trendy color palettes we spotted on Instagram to get you started.
1. Orange and Blush: This cheery look can liven up a living room and make that indoor garden pop.
2. Mustard, Black, and Blush: This two-tone wall and color scheme make for a seriously inviting entryway. (via @wendyswansonphotography)
3. Earthy Naturals and Red: The natural accents and energetic tones here warm up the living room, while the butterfly wall art ties everything together.
4. Desert-Inspired Hues: Even East Coast homes can take a cue from Southwestern shades. Bring some terracotta and sunset tones and mix in some elevated materials like velvet, stone, and glass for polish.
5. Pantone’s Color of the Year: Start with a rug that carries a graphic punch and embellish the rest of the room with varying levels of coral for extra pick-me-ups.
6. Mid-Century Primary Colors: These retro-inspired shades work to add instant happy to this living space. Complete the room with pops of brass and darker wood for extra mid-century flair.
7. Peacock, Tan, and Pink: Take tan leather tones and combine them with botanical patterns and velvet jewel-toned textures for a cozy bedroom moment.
8. Pink and Rust: Wake up your bedding sitch with varying shades of pinks and deep oranges. Bonus points for throwing in pattern play with stripes and animal print.
9. Teal and Coral: Go the extra mile by matching your tablescape to your wall art with unexpected place settings and a fresh floral arrangement.
10. Navy, Tan, and Red: This classic combination can work in just about every room of the home. Pepper in floral accents to lighten up the area, and don’t forget a good graphic pattern.
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