Three paint companies have already revealed their 2020 color trends, and they’re forecasting the rise of calm and serene colors and the fall of neutrals, Forbes reports.
Sherwin-Williams revealed 45 hues in five palettes, all colors that are meant to bring joy, serenity and focus to the mind, body and spirit.
“We expect 2020 to be an empowering year of change that will focus on bringing your best self into the new decade,” says Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams. “Homeowners and designers alike are seeking warmth—colors that feel human and natural. The colors in these five palettes, when invited into our spaces, pave the way for wellness and self-nurturance.”
Interestingly, almost everyone I’ve spoken to within the design space feel grey is on its way out. Color, they tell me, is coming back. We’re tired of the stark and simple grays and looking to use more color into our lives, whether those colors are soft pinks or jeweled blue tones.