As we are slowly entering into 2021, we can still feel the transition and our emotional state from having 2020 behind us. Our emotional state is very much linked to our environment so right now we are ready to conjure the calm and leave the stress behind.
Designers and color experts have already gathered with precise predictions that this will be the year where we return to the neutral palettes, returning to the warm, embracing beige and grey as well as off-white hues and subtle pale.
So, here we have a few of the shades that we are sure are going to mark your environment this year, helping you being grounded, more brave, calm, and reflecting.
1. SOFT, MUTED COLORS
We can all come together at one point for sure – the home design has become more about comfort and less about perfection. Staying at home allows us to be present, watching the light changing throughout the day. This grayed-out blue appears to be soft and muted and it allows us to reconnect with nature. The feeling is peaceful just by watching this color in a photo.
2. CLASSIC NEUTRALS
The fondness of having neutrals in our home is beyond every color palette. Beige is always the star of the colors when it comes to showing classiness and a nurturing vibe.
3. MOODY NEUTRALS
This is not even a trend because the neutrals are more of a personal journey, and it describes one personality that gravitates toward more life filled with calmness and simplicity.
4. PALE OCHER
Not too yellow but still cool. Neutral grays can balance any color they are paired with and that’ their power. Without being intrusive or way to direct these colors are cheerful and neutral enough to harmonize with the materials that surround your space. Let’s say they’ll be perfect to be paired with stained wood floors or concrete maybe.