After the somber mood of most of 2020, how about choosing a refreshing start to 2021? Sometimes all that's needed for a fresh new feel is a change of color. Keep reading to check out a few paint colors and trends that are expected to rise in popularity in the new year.
Paint Color Trends for 2021
According to the premier lifestyle and design magazine Veranda, bright, cheerful colors and soothing natural tones are expected to be 2021's hottest color trends. Vibrant and reinvigorating colors are sure to lift your spirits while soft, soothing colors of nature and gentle, inoffensive neutrals offer a sense of calmness and comfort.
Rich, saturated jewel tones like emerald, sapphire, amethyst, and ruby add a lavish pop of color to otherwise neutral rooms.
Many people are expected to gravitate toward warm, rich colors that evoke comfort and coziness. Think of rich chocolatey browns, natural mossy or sage greens, and deep, rich navy blues.
Clearer, brighter natural tones like vibrant forest greens, fresh ocean-inspired blues, and sunny yellows are also expected to be very popular.
Soft, buttery yellows nicely complement the new and popular bright pastel blue furniture pieces.
Soft, soothing, and nostalgic neutrals like warm whites, oatmeal, or taupe provide the perfect backdrop to richly-colored furniture and bright, cheerful artwork.
A warm brown with a reddish undertone, 2021's dusty rose is one of the muted tones that are so comforting. Expect these softer colors to add a touch of grace to home interiors.
Before joining Major Painting, Chase attended the University of Missouri-Columbia and studied Business Finance with and emphasis in Commercial Real Estate and also earned a minor in Entrepreneurship. After graduating from MU, Chase joined the family business, Major Painting, which specializes in Commercial Repaints and Maintenance Coatings for Property Managers, Facility Managers, and Local Building Owners in the Greater Kansas City Metro. Chase currently serves as director for the Painting and Decorating Contractors of American - Commercial Forum and is involved in and serves on the board of many local business organizations such as the Institute of Real Estate Managers (IREM), Building Owners and Managers Associations (BOMA), and the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program.