Kick-start your home refresh by indulging in new hues

WOODLAND SHADES

“Their earthy color–gray blended with warm brown–gives off an old world, naturalist feel.” It only makes sense for Pantone’s 2019 color of the year–Living Coral–to be on your radar when you begin your home revamp. According to interior designer Carolyn Pressly, “We’ll be seeing more hopeful and optimistic colors in the home, as evidenced by the recent selection of living coral, Pantone’s color of the year. Instead of using coral literally, you can separate it into its orange and pink counterparts. In this windowless office converted into a little girl’s room, the mood instantly becomes energizing and uplifting.” These darker moody colors are perfect for custom built-ins and kitchen cabinetry. I would ideally use them in a room with an abundance of natural light.

HUNTER GREENS SATURATED MOODY HUES ENERGIZING CORAL

Hunter green holds a sultry and worldly value to it, it’s intrinsic in nature and all of life. It’s timeless in every respect, and works beautifully with natural elements and neutral tones. What we also love about this color is how seamlessly it transitions between millwork, walls, furniture and accessories

OPTIMISTIC YELLOWS

it is a color that is associated with optimism. being a rich and inviting yellow, it pairs beautifully with cool blues, beiges, and pinks.

MISTY BLUES This moody blue has a calming grey undertone that promotes a more serene energy in the home. According to Kim, blues can be given “a touch of purple to free our thinking, with hints of gray to ground us.”


 


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