The Colors That Will Fill Your House Next Season

Each season and more on these dates when the Pantone announcement of the color of the year is approaching, the firms and major brands in the sector make their bet for one, or several colors ranges that will set the trend for winter and practically all year round.

On this occasion, we bet on three colors and a combination of two, with which to fill the house with colors as well as update it with the latest trends.

There are two streams. On the one hand, that of natural colors and earth tones, such as green and terracotta so that our homes envelop us inside. But if happy colors are your thing, instead of the sensations of calm and tranquility that the previous ones produce, you can go for Klein blue and lilacs that transmit strength and sweetness, simultaneously.

Pink and green

The combination of pink and green works very well. On this occasion, we bet on this combination but with nuances. Here the green is very little saturated and is a moss green close to nature and the pink also loses intensity to accompany this deep tone. The result is calm and sober interiors, with that Zen touch that is so sought after now.

Klein Blue

It seems that blue sounds strong and some firms such as Bruguer are already betting on its lighter version as the color that will illuminate our walls next season. Klein blue is more intense and bold and with lighter blues, it gets along very well. It is the ideal color to add a point of color and strength to any space.

The Lilac

The sweetness and elegance of the lilac tone are another of the bets. Spread around the house in small doses, it will transform any space.

The Terracotta

The most natural and organic color is terracotta. Its use in complements and accessories takes us back to the tradition and beauty of artisanal craftsmanship.


Tags: colors to fill the next season, decorations, home decor, interior design, product design, trendy colors

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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