2020 Color Trends

Classic Blue is Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year.

So Many Colors to Choose From!

Everyone is announcing their color trends for 2020 and I’ll admit, I get sucked in each time. I love looking at the gorgeous colors and dreaming of the possibilities in my own home. Pantone always comes out with a color of the year and this year it’s Classic Blue, explaining  …

“Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.”

Harmonious Hues

Benajmin Moore has a selection of colors they recommend for 2020 as well.

Benjamin Moore calls these colors “harmonious hues” and I couldn’t agree more! I can see these in a living room with plants and natural sunlight shinning in. Which do you like the best?

Natural Elements

Behr also picked out some favorites for 2020. Their choices were inspired by natural elements such as sky, earth, water and plants.

Behr also comments that “Seasonal changes and world exploration also play a role in how we relate to color.” – I love this! It is so true – different parts of the world have different colors painting their landscapes, what a great way to bring those elements and memories into your own home.

Infinite Calmness

Sherwin-Williams says “On the horizon between ocean and evening sky rests a color of infinite calmness” … ok that sounds good to me! We’re all living busy lives – bring on the color of 2020 that invokes calmness. Has anyone used a color this bold before?

If you’re looking to add colors to your home that invoke calmness, peacefulness, and serenity then it looks like these 2020 colors are going to help you out!

Add 2020 Color Trends to Your Home

Here are a few ways you can add these colors to your home. You don’t have to repaint an entire room (or even paint the walls … think about your furniture, too). Comment below if you’re feeling inspired or if you already have any of these colors in your house. I’d love to see a picture of how you incorporated it!

Front Door Colors


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Accent Walls


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Accent Pieces


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