Today, Best Interior Designers show you sophisticated color trends for 2021! Take a look at all these amazing pictures and get inspired byour amazing forecast of amazing and strong colors that will boost your design space”
By contrast, Primrose Yellow is bright and cheerful, with a warm undertone that keeps it from looking highlighter bright. This color is perfect for upholstery pieces, like a chair or a sofa, thanks to its warm appearance.
Flame is the only orange-toned color predicted for Spring. Flamboyant and vivacious, this orange-red hue is great for brightening up darker spaces or adding a fiery pop of color.
This classic-denim blue color is predicted to be the most prevalent color in Spring 2017. The cool color evokes ease and relaxation, and looks great as an accent or all over color.
Probably the most vibrant color of the bunch, Pink Yarrow is a bold and tantalizing hue that grabs attention. Hard to ignore, this color packs a playful punch and is great as a statement color.
Lapis Blue has an inner richness that is not seen in Niagara, making it a bolder and more confident color. This is a stunning shade can give a dramatic yet chic touch to rooms.
A refreshing aqua blue, Island Paradise evokes tropical settings and dreamy days. Wonderful as an accent or all over color, the cool blue green hue is invigorating yet calming. Although vibrant, this due can be applied to walls, accents and upholstery.
Pale Dogwood is the softer offspring of Rose Quartz. This peaceful shade carries an essence of purity and innocence like a newborn baby. A beautiful subtle hue, the soft pink looks stunning on walls and upholstery pieces.
Not surprisingly, this tangy yellow-green is reminiscent of fresh foliage and the various green hues throughout nature. Although lighter and brighter, Greenery reminds one to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.
Now you can eat it while gazing at the color on your walls! Kale is another foliage-based green that conjures up desires to connect to nature. This color is neutral enough to use all over or as an accent.