How to Use 2022 Color of the Year In Your Home

Jan 20, 2022 | Interior Design Tips

A new year means new colors of the year! We are always excited to see what the paint companies select. The selections set the trends for the upcoming year and can be a fun way to make some changes at home. Whether you are looking for calming neutrals or bright and exciting pops of color, here are some ways to use the 2022 color of the year in your home. 

2022 color of the year selections:

Tips for Using Color of the Year In Your Home

Add in color with small updates. You don’t need to repaint your whole home in order to incorporate the color of the year (but you can if you want to!). Incorporating throw pillows, area rugs, wall art, curtains and other accessories is an easy and non-committal way to add in the color of the year. If you don’t care for it, you can swap it back for something you do like. 

Paint your front door. This is such a fun way to add a pop of color to your home. Use Evergreen Fog or Guacamole for a more subdued look or go for Very Peri for a unique pop of color. 

Accent wall. Repainting a wall with one of this year’s selections may be a bolder choice but can be an incredible way to liven up a room. If there is a room you are wanting to redo, take this opportunity to introduce a new color palette into the space. If you really want to make a statement, consider using wallpaper instead of paint. 

Upgrade your kitchen. If you like to have a trendy kitchen, try painting your kitchen cabinets or island with a new color. Make sure to check how the color looks with and without lighting to see if you really love it. 

These are just a few ways you can add in the color of the year in your home. These trendy colors are a great way to introduce a new color palette. If you are looking to remodel your home in Sarasota, schedule a consultation with us!

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