Most people are ready to see 2020 in the rearview mirror, and I couldn’t agree more! Fortunately, you don’t have to wait until 2021; make today the start of your 2021 by bringing in peace and tranquility into your life and home with these colors that will be trending in 2021!
2021 is going to be all about health, healing, and wellbeing. You will see that echo through each of these color combinations. A.I. Aqua is the star of the color pallet for 2021.It represents technology and comes form 5G and the phone app hues.You may recognize shades of this hue in social media apps such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.Blue is considered a calming color, one that can keep us centered and focused.This color would be best introduced as an accent or ceiling color, or in accent upholstery, such as a chair or window treatments.
Get ready for some pops of colors like Lemon Sherbet, Electric Magenta, Bloodstone, Golden Harvest and Oxy Fire.Theywill be sure to get your blood pumping and put a smile on your face.These color evoke a youthful play, warmth, and strength.They will be great to use in accessories for pops of color throughout your space.You can really see already these colors shine through in Feizy rugs, a line we use most for our clients (especially the Lannister collection), and in this amazing accessory company, Global Views.
If Earth tones and subtlenessare more you speed, then you will enjoy using the colors Quiet Wave, Cool Grey, and Dark Spring.These are minimalistic colors which represents winding down, enjoying that deep stretch, and breathing. Dark Spring is a wonderful alternative to pure black. Dark Spring and Cool Grey are great wall or accent colors, or great when used as a trim color!Quiet Wave is great in accents and greenery you can see this in NDI Florals, our favorite faux greenery line, that looks so realistic, you won’t believe your own eyes!
Don’t wait for 2021, start implementing these colors into your space today!If you want a professional designer to bounce ideas off of,need some assistance pulling it all together, or just need someone to come in and get it done for you, our team of designers are here for you!We have over 25 years of combined design experience. We will use the EED Process to assist you in achieving your vision, within your budget!
If you enjoyed this blog, continue the calming theme and check out our blog on How to Create A Calming Home WIth Your 5 Senses.I also encourage you to visit our websitefor more information on our design service or email us if you have a topic you would like us to cover.We love talking about what you want to learn more about!Be sure to check back next week for more tips and helpful information.Have a beautiful week and remember to never stop striving to achieve your vision!