Colour Trends 2021

by Paul Medeiros (owner) December 03, 2020 2 min read

Colour Trends 2021

We are all looking for a fresh start next year and with so many of us staying home the natural place to look is within our homes. Refreshing your space with trendy colours and finishings will make your place feel like new. 

Benjamin Moore’s colour of the yearAegan Teal 2136-40 is a great place to start when it comes to adding colour. This versatile colour is well balanced and can work in any room in your home. This colour’s approachable blend of blue & green with a touch of grey gives it a natural harmony that can be used to add colour to kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms or even your home’s front door. 

Looking for more inspiration the organic quality of the 12 colours in this year’s colour pallet will add warmth and comfort to your home.Muslin OC-12,Potters Clay CC-360 andKingsport Gray HC-86 reflect the current design trend of bringing the earthy tones from the famer’s market home to your multifunctional home and pairs well with the natural wood hues being used currently in design. 

The “Grandmillenial Grandeur” style trending is adding florals and plants back into our homes and is reflected in warm rosy hues likeFoggy Morning 2106-70 andRosy Peach 2089-20,balanced by a warm white likeAtrium White OC-145. Look up this style on your favorite internet browser and you will find interesting ways to create a new look using old furnishings and fabrics. This trend may even inspire you to install a wallpaper in your home to add further texture and nature inspired elements.

Textures like velvet, macrame, woven wicker and rattan can be found everywhere in today’s interiors and in addition to this visual texture we are seeing an increase in deep colours that  that remind us of dark vegetable dyes likeAmazon Soil 2115-30 andSilhouette AF-655.These moody hues appear as rich backdrops to creamy accents and add another layer of visual texture and depth to our homes. 

We all could use a touch of hopefulness when it comes to looking forward, and using a cheerful hue likeBeacon Hill Damask HC-2 orChestertown Buff HC-9 could be just the colour choice you need to create a warm welcoming atmosphere in your home. Today’s light woods and gold hardware are a reflection of these colours and all add a touch of sunshine into your lifestyle. 

A touch of grey is still popular and all these colours have a muted natural feel to them, howeverGray Cashmere 2138-60 is a reflection of the ocean hues we are seeing used lately combined with the existing grey trend in interior design. 

However you decide to refresh your space you can count on Benjamin Moore to give you the best quality of paint with rich colours that stay true overtime. Come in and visit your local Cameron Paint store today to learn more from our colour experts on how you can use 2021’s colour trends to liven up your home. 

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