Discovering the Latest Trends in Home Painting

Do you need some inspiration for home painting projects? From skirting refinishing and ceiling additions, to bright hues like yellow, orange and green – discover all of today’s trends for painting your own house! We’ve got all you need here at CHS Paint Stores.

Benjamin Moore announced “Raspberry Blush” as their 2023 Color of the Year, while Sherwin Williams named “Redend Point”.

Velvet Upholstery

Velvet fabric combines comfort and style, making it a popular choice for sofas, chairs, and other upholstery pieces. Due to its dense pile fabric structure, velvet also shows off dye colors well; for instance, blue velvet sofas will have richer hues compared to those made from flat-weave cotton or linen fabrics.

Combining your velvet sofa with matching cushions to accentuate its colors and luxurious look. Or use contrasting cushions in similar hues but with distinct patterns for an unexpected pop of color without overwhelming its soft fabric surface.

Keep velvet fabric well taken care of as it is more vulnerable than most types of upholstery, which includes regular vacuuming and steaming to remove wrinkles. According to One Kings Lane, using stain repellents could make cleaning the velvet easier as well.

Pastel Interior Paint Colors

Pastels once reserved exclusively for nurseries and tropical homes have become a must in modern home painting, offering the ideal compromise between pure white and full-on hues – creating a look that is both soothing and subtle.

Acclimating pastel interior paint colors to your home can bring many advantages, particularly when used for accent walls or an attic bedroom. Selecting an appropriate pastel interior paint hue could make all the difference between an empty room that feels incomplete and inviting space where you will spend time.

Hybrid by Behr is an ideal paint color to help bring relaxation and serenity into any space, as this soft green shade features on Woelfel’s 2023 trends list and features an intriguing brown undertone to provide depth. Use it on an entry door as a welcoming gesture, or place it in bathrooms and laundry rooms for an uplifting space that feels clean and rejuvenating.

Deeper Hues

Deeper hues such as rich blues, black, and brown are an easy way to bring drama and character into any room. From baseboards, crown moldings, and accent walls – deeper colors like these create an opulent atmosphere that instantly elevates any space.

Calming neutrals are another popular paint color trend. After an exhausting day filled with anxiety and stress, it can be comforting to come home to an environment which encourages calm. Deep blue hues like Farrow & Ball’s Wine Dark can have an enveloping effect while YesColours Starry Night can energize and uplift you.

Red is back, but not with its classic subdued hues from pandemic times. Homeowners have turned to bolder tones like cherry red, cranberry red and Sherwin Williams’ Redend Point instead. If you’re hesitant to commit to painting an entire room in this color palette, start small by painting an accent wall or entry door in this hue; alternatively you could try accentuating stairs by painting their risers and railing with something rich like Sherwin Williams Viva Magenta by painting railing and risers with something like Sherwin Williams’ Viva Magenta instead!

Neutral Interior Paint Colors

Neutral paint colors don’t just include whites and grays; there are many warmer neutral hues such as sage green and chalky yellow that add warmth without overwhelming the space, allowing wall decor and furniture pieces to still make an impactful statement.

Sherwin-Williams Sea Salt is an elegant coastal hue with slight blue undertones that creates an ambience of relaxation in bathrooms, dining rooms, kitchens and mudrooms. Behr’s Swiss Coffee offers another creamy neutral option suitable for interior trim or whole room painting needs.

Sherwin-Williams Iron Ore is an intriguing deep charcoal hue with subtle blue and green undertones that reads warmer than many gray hues, perfect as a trim color on board and batten or accent wall in living rooms.

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