2019’s trending colours

2018 was all about bringing an edgier palette into the home–with vibrant reds, modern metallics, and variations of the black accent wall.

2019 is taking a more mindful, lifestyle-based approach. Most paint brands have released their colours of the year and they range from aquas to terracottas.

If you’re looking to kick-start your new year by refreshing your walls, check out 2019’s top colour trends.


Warm and inviting creamy shades of hazelnut will never go out of style nor clash with existing furnishings as it makes for one comforting, neutral go-to hue.


From muted to moody, the deep green colour trend can work to emulate the feeling of lush botanicals and the healing power of nature in your home while setting the tone with a strong foundational hue.

For hunter to bottle green, this trend should be reserved for well-lit, large rooms as its intensity can overpower small spaces and make them look darker.



For those looking for a pop of colour and an alternative to gold or yellow, deep mustard is great for instantly creating rich focal accents.

Muted and moody mustard home interior colours create provocative depth and highlight décor and art brilliantly.


If you are a traditionalist with a casual approach to interior design, try a new shade of blue – charcoal blue, ice blue, gray-blue, and a very pale powder blue are great options when looking for paint colours that are unique yet subtle enough to not take over a room.



The perfect gray-beige, it is a rich alternative to all white walls. Pewter is the new black and anything but bland.


Pale pinks will prevail in 2019 due to their neutral properties and compatibility with other shades. They can be mixed with an abundance of white or a lemon yellow for the ideal look.

White textile classical style sofa in vintage room. Flowers ob painted barrels

Have a colourful new year. Happy Painting.



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