Top 5 Color trends for 2022

Time for some New Year predictions. The new shades of 2022 focus on hope and an optimistic vibe as well as on a calm feeling reminding you of nature, the beautiful sea or the blue sky. Check out Top 5 Color trends for 2022:

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1. Benjamin Moore Wild flower 

A darling shade that looks like a combo between pink and red, wild flowers can look amazing with cold shades, grays and neutrals. It’s also a shade that’s super versatile and can look amazing in a Scandinavian, retro or modern space. It has feminine touches and its also a shade that brings beauty in the eyes of the spectators.

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2. Evergreen fog

It is said that this shade will be a huge star in 2022 – it’s a soft mix between green and gray, looking super sophisticated, versatile and fresh. It goes in any kind of interior and it instantly makes you think about nature and a fresh start. Symbolising new beginnings, Evergreen fog is just great to lighten the mood in a space, especially the office space, an interior in which you constantly need inspiration.

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3. Stone blue

A forever classic shade, Stone blue brings a familiar vibe into any space, especially a traditional or retro inspired one and it also brings the feeling of tranquility. It’s also a color that makes you think of sea, the blue sky and of course vacation days. It’s also a sophisticated shade without wanting to be excessive.

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4. Babouche color trend

The mustard version of yellow, babouche keep the idea of sunshine, joy and happiness we still need in our day to day life. It’s also a great color to give color accents in a neutral room, bringing a bold and happy touch. This color looks amazing when paired with white and neutrals, but can also look fantastic with lots of green colors accents, especially plants.

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5. October mist

Every year has the perfect gray shade and 2022 is the year for October mist. This shade is super calm and can replace the basic and predictable white walls. It also looks great as a base for a colorful space, making you super creative to experiment with different colors.

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