After so long of staying home, perhaps it’s time to freshen up, change it up, so we gathered 12 paint color trends for 2021 that will broaden your horizons. Choose your favorite based on your favorite style or personal aesthetic – but whatever you choose, you will be surprised how much it will change your decor and make you fall in love with it again!
Hannah Banana from Benjamin Moore
Rich yellow tones will be a big color trend to bet on this year. It will give your home a fun twist that we all desperately need after last year. If you like a good pop of color, it can’t get any better than this!
Dead Salmon from Farrow & Ball
You love a touch of retro in your life? This specific color trend is a throwback to the 80s. Earthy tones are finding their way back to the spotlight and Dead Salmon provides all that with a hint of pink for a more luxury feel.
Dirty Martini from Clare
Olive green paint has come to stay as a unique way to change your decor and brighten up your space. You can insert this color into your living room or bedroom walls or even in a specific furniture piece that will be that focal point of your decor. Trust us, you can’t go wrong with it!
Ghost Ranch from Backdrop
Roman Clay from Portola Paints
This particular choice of color trend introduces a touch of texture that will surely make a big statement in your decor. You can pair it with an incredible dark wood sideboard and some hints of nature as a final touch to your decor.
Calke Green from Farrow & Ball
This classic deep sage green is one of the biggest trends in 2021 and definitely one you can bet on to be a timeless addition to your home. It’s a neutral and versatile color that will look amazing with any furniture piece either in wood or in a blue or beige color.
After Hours from Backdrop
This romantic and moody black hue is ideal for a bedroom or a reading corner. If you need a retreat inside your home, this shade is ideal and will be a big help to increase the coziness of your space.
Rust from Benjamin Moore
Rust is a shade of orange that, according to many designers, will be one of the biggest paint color trends of 2021. This particular color will look the best in an office, dining room, reading nook, or bathroom, and you can easily pair it with mid-century furniture and lighting pieces.
Aegean Teal from Benjamin Moore
There is something about a soothing blue color that immediately lights up a room. This relaxing color is amazing when paired with yellows, copper or gold tones, as well as wooden touches in dining or bar chairs.
Hyperlink from Clare
This shade of blue is much more intense and dominating, so if that’s what you’re going for, Hyperlink is perfect for you! If you add it as a statement color for a specific wall, we recommend adding a beautiful golden mirror that will also give you a sense of extra space.
36 Hours in Marrakesh from Backdrop
This deep, warm pink would look as beautiful on a kitchen or a living room, reading corner or a more retro bathroom. It’s a simple but stunning shade that doesn’t look too feminine but is certainly versatile.
Gray Cashmere from Benjamin Moore
Neutral shades will be your best friends in 2021. This particular color by Benjamin Moore is soothing but has certain undertones of a bolder hue. Pair it with whites and wooden furniture pieces to better make the most of it.