Spring trends are really unique this time around! The ‘70s are where it’s at and a whole melange of colors from different trends are surfacing. Some of the colors even overlap each other! To make sense of the colors, it helps to consider each as a separate trend.
It can’t be spring without some green. Whether you choose to decorate your home with light greens, dark greens, or real (house plants) or man-made greens, there are many ways to bring in some freshness into your home.
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For a clean and crisp spring home, opt for white walls and soft colors with an abundance of plants and natural light. The more, the better!
For a sophisticated color palette, choose deep or muted shades of greens that go well with natural colors like browns and tans, muted blues, or greys.
If you want a little bit of drama, incorporate dark reds and purples. For a classic home decor with a little bit of drama, add black or dark grey. For a more uplifting color palette, stick with softer, muted green colors, which work well with neutrals such as nudes, creams, or blush.
2) Black and White
This classic palette is stronger than ever and has great staying power. From black and white geometric patterns to artistic Cuban tiles and painted cement tiles, classic black and white colors can add drama to any room by emphasizing light and height or by defining the space.
If all black and white home decor elements are too dramatic for your interior style, consider black (or white) accents. Some great ways to incorporate a black or white accent into your home decor is with light fixtures, accessories, furniture, and paint trims. Have fun with black and white.
3) Tonal Reds
Energetic reds are great for making a statement or as an accent color. To update the look, incorporate gold tones and warm metal finishes with a hint of teal, Millennial Pink, yellow or orange, or even ultraviolet.
Much like ultraviolet, red is a daring and absolutely confident color. Rich and vibrant, red is not shy when it comes to making a statement in not only spring but also summer home decor.
The color is so warm and inviting that it is always a favorite during the holiday season. Muted red tones are so classic and versatile that they are the perfect color for any home decor all year round.
If you want just a little bit of this bold, powerful color but are hesitant about decking out your entire home decor in tonal reds, consider incorporating this energetic hue into your interior decor through accent colors and small pieces such as a lamp, decorative pillows, a vase or painting, or a side table.
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Pair teal with bold textures and patterns for this year’s take on this cool color. From clean, crisp, and cozy Hygge homes to Modern Mid-century, teal is a great color for this spring.
If black and white or beiges are not your cup of tea, add a fresh color like teal to spruce up your home decor. If teal isn’t quite your favorite shade, try navy and deep blue tones to create a calm and serene environment in the bathroom, living room, or bedroom.
For an eclectic decor or just an updated transitional style, add a velvet sectional sofa or chaise and a statement wall or rug.
5) Millennial Pink
Freshen up this trendy hue by pairing it with a berry color or a muted green. Add fur or fringe for unique detailing. Alternatively, opt for geometric or tribal patterns instead for a sleeker look.
If you’re not afraid of pink walls, go all out with a blush or rosy tone such as rose quartz or pale dogwood. Pink gives your walls a soft, relaxed touch that’s also warm and earthy. Complete the Millennial Pink theme with gold tones and warm metal finishes.
6) Retro 70s
The nostalgia train keeps on going and the ‘70s is its Grand Central Station. Think retro florals for textile, colors, motifs, and sculptures. Retro home decor adds a nice twist to your home.
Mix and match florals and new colors with vintage and rustic pieces to create a charming interior decor. Want to add a vintage look to your home decor but not sure which color palette to stick with? Try a soft grey or any faded color and steer clear from too much pastel hues. Mix grey and white with soft florals for a romantic vintage interior decor.
7) Indigo Dyed
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Indigo dyed textiles are trending, particularly with home decor textiles like pillows, beddings, and throws. Indigo is a deep yet vibrant color that can be used to make a bold statement or as an unexpected accent color.
Indigo is alluring and fresh. It is the perfect color for a sophisticated home decor. Indigo with white walls and warm colors, such as the brown of wood floors, conjure up the perfect contrast. Indigo with greiges, nudes, or blush can create a soft yet grounded style for a rustic or eclectic home decor.
Pair indigo pieces such as armchairs or rugs with natural tones to achieve a balanced and earthy look and feel. White curtains and neutral colors for walls and windows can help elevate the look and feel of a room by emphasizing height and drawing light in to the right areas of a room. But if you want a little flair or want to make a dramatic statement, opt for indigo walls or curtains, which create a surprising updated look for a transitional home.
Tell us what you think about these spring trends and how you plan on incorporating any of them into your home decor.
About the author: Lucy Parker is the Resident Design Consultant at HomeDecorAZ.com. When she’s not busy helping clients with interior design projects, Lucy writes blog posts related to home décor. She’s also a foodie who loves traveling and enjoys movies (except horror).
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