It’s a new year and that means there will be a host of new trends and new styles around every corner. And that includes the simplest of terms, which is color. Every design and trend starts with the basics and that begins with what shade is in and what shade is out. Today we’ve compiled some of the best color pairs that not only are on the horizon in fashion but for interior design too.
1.Green Apple & Soft Brown.
This mellow and relaxing pair is perfect for a funky, boho bedroom or refreshing kitchen and breakfast nook. We love mixing in a bit of crisp cream as well for a more vibrant style.
2.Whisper Grey and Aqua.
A bit more of a modern look, this slight grey shade accented by a beautiful aqua tone would work well in absolutely any nook or cranny of your home. For me, I’d be using it for my home office!
3. Twine and Cream White.
Perfect for a bachelor pad or those that like a clean palette to decorate on, twine and a creamy white creates a warm, welcoming look without becoming too dull or traditional. On the same token, this pair creates a pristine, bright ambiance.
4. Peony Purple and Meadow.
This incredible accent wall would be the perfect topper to your stylish foyer or staircase. It’s a cool color that gives off rich, warm vibes and set off masterfully by a unique, peony purple that’s much more lively than eggplant or plum.
5. White and Opal Blue.
Such a calming, serene combination, opal blue and white is the a great way to adorn the kitchen or master bathroom. It’s a different take on the traditional breakfast colors, don’t you think?
6. Vintage Rose & Stainless Steel.
Another great way to make a statement and unique decision in the kitchen is with this incredibly original duo. We love mauve, it’s got a vintage flavor and welcoming tone, then when you pair it with steely colors and appliances … a new trend and style beckons.
7. Light Peach & Delicate Coral.
For something feminine without the frill try this beautiful, sophisticated color combination. It’s got a vivacious spirit and it’ll look great in the guest bedroom or bathroom.
8. Marigold & Oatmeal.
Lively and fresh, marigold and oatmeal white makes for a spacious living room or home office. Use funky accents to create personality and texture, as almost any color works well with this pair.
9. Eggshell & Pesto Green.
Completely outside-the-box and different, eggshells yellows are refreshing and clean but when paired with a dark, pesto green you’ve got something a bit masculine and full of fashion-forward style.
10. Pink Salmon & Gold.
Salmon hasn’t been trending for years, but this year, when paired with gold, you’ve got a contemporary, sophisticated look that’s easy to accent. Whether vintage or bohemian styles, this pair works for a variety of rooms.