If one of your New Year’s design resolutions is freshening up your space with color, we’re here to break down all the latest color trends for you in one place. Here’s a scorecard of every 2019 Color of the Year from the USA and other countries like Spain, the UK and India. The best part is, these colors are bound to be modern and exciting longer than 2019 itself, giving you a great design return on investment. In case you missed any of our coverage about the various brand’s color of the year announcements, check out the articles below:
2019 Colors Of The Year: Blues | Greens | Neutrals | Pinks and Purples | Yellows
Graham & Brown UK’s Tiru is a saturated, peacock-toned teal blue inspired by the Japanese Kabuki trend. All images courtesy of the manufacturer.
Valspar didn’t just release one 2019 Color of the Year – they released nine! Angelic Blue is one of the most popular.
Blueprint by Behr is named after the tone of architectural renderings and has a denim-like hue.
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Nippon Paint is one of the top paint brands throughout Asia. The aqua-green hybrid Sprizzle is one of their Colors of the Year.
Rich emerald green Night Watch by PPG is available in Canada and worldwide through Dulux Paints.
Are you a little bit in love with green right now? Check out these green decorating ideas:
Spiced Honey is the perfect name for this rich, warm beige tone by Dulux Europe.
Here’s some more color inspiration for working with the latest neutrals:
Pinks and Purples
Palo de Rosa, the Color of the Year from Spanish paint company Bruguer, is soft and unsaturated. The mauvish-pink tone is perfectly balanced and not too feminine.
When color forecasting company Pantone speaks, everyone listens. And this year’s Color of the Year was the bold Ultra Violet.
Here are tips and ideas on how you can decorate with pink and purple:
India is awash with colors reminiscent of the exotic spices available and Passion Flower, a vibrant mustard color, is Asian Paints’ Color of the Year.
Ace Hardware did something different to choose their Color Of The Year: they asked shoppers. Clark + Kensington Pineapple Cream Granita was the winner.
Here’s how you can brighten up your room with yellow: