Interior Design Trends – Top Color Tones for 2020 By Sherwin-Williams – These 2020 color trends were achieved through rigorous research regarding color, design and pop culture trends by a team lead by Sue Wadden, the director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams. Find out which colors you should be picking, here!
The renowned Sherwin-Williams has revealed their famous 2020 annual Colour Forecast, that includes 45 different hues divided into five themes, each meant to channel joy and serenity while lessening the noise that surrounds us constantly. Here are the top five color tones that you should definitely incorporate in your next interior design project since they will be one of the top interior design trends:
According to Wadden, Sherwin-Williams’ director of color marketing, Alive’s colors are deep and rich, such as darker jewel tones inspired by mindful living and even vibrantly hued fruits and vegetables. Throughout the set, you will find beautiful colors like rich blues and ripe olives.
Inspired by the Inca Empire, known for its brilliantly weaved and colored clothes, BRABBU’S INCA Lounge Chair is upholstered in cotton velvet and with legs in ebony wood veneer with a glossy varnish.
Manta is meant to connote Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian design. Inspired by natural materials, it resulted in a balanced palette of cool and warm tones, very soft and soothing. Considering its neutral versatility, Mantra is bound to resonate throughout the design community.
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The Playset consists of bright and bold colors. Adding pops of color, whether it’s through a sofa, artwork, or accent wall, is the perfect movie for those who don’t take themselves too seriously. Play’s bright pink, aqua, and gold hues are all about adding joy and warmth to space.
Botti by Essential Home is an elegant side table designed in an attractive hourglass shape and finely produced in gold platted brass, accented by a glossy black detail on the middle.
Following up on last year’s Naturalist palette, Haven draws its inspiration from nature, with rich yet subtle shades reminiscent of sea, sand, forest, and sky. It’s all about bringing those organic elements into your home decor. The earth-inspired palette might be muted, but it works nicely within the current focus on wellness.
This stunning handcraft table by Luxxu is made of round smoked glass placed on top of a wooden structure in black lacquer touched by gold plated brass bars.
The Heart set is inspired by humanity. This palette includes silky neutral tones, from clove to soft coral, that nod to meditation and comfort. The tones would pair well with retro-inspired accessories and warm, earthy finishes.
The 1 light manageable head floor lamp by DelightFULL has a simplistic and sleek design featuring a black textile cord and a flexible shade. This mid-century modern floor light is perfect to be placed next to any 1950 modern furniture piece as your industrial office couch or desk.