This New year is the perfect time to revamp your homes. If you are looking for some interiors that will help create a more wholesome experience and on a budget, look no more, paint the walls with eccentric and well-suited colours for your interiors and see all the elements of the house come together.
Cover all the walls with calming hues or crisp neutrals and whites or pick a dreamy pink to give the walls a pop of colour. After all, the colours in our home shape our modes and interior aesthetics. Therefore picking a nice coat of colour should be your first step in revamping the house and lifting up the interiors. This year has been heavy on all of us and starting with another possible lockdown, our homes are our safe abode and creating a sanctuary of the place is the right investment for the year 2022. This year we are looking into more paint me happy colour combinations and lighter shades but in candy or powder combinations. Making your hokes a happy place is a hook you want to nail this year.
jewel tones and deep hues are a big trend and there's lots of inspiration coming from the natural world too with vivid greens and brown tones. They are an eclectic mix of the pure and the humble that evokes the warmth and harmony of a more innocent age while celebrating life today. The function goes hand in hand with ornament, using colours and finishes in unusual ways to celebrate the principles of utility, kindness, and honesty. Colour is more than aesthetics. It stands for moods, emotions, social context and so much more. Colour is silent but it speaks louder than words. And the colour is what defines Indian homes the most. Interior house colours are not only an integral part of the design process for any home.
So here are some of the trends in paints that you can incorporate in your homes to pull off a dreamy interior:
For the year 2022, it is all about creating personalised spaces and not about being in sync with changing fads. Choosing the colours that you like and reflect your personality or make you happy is the way we are settling for interior colour trends. Experiment with shades and hues of different colours like blue and pinks and make an eclectic space that reflects your personnel style. Dreamy blue and purple tones that create a calming atmosphere, bright and welcoming yellows, and joyful pinks all create a feel-good interior. After 2 years of living through a global pandemic, people are looking to bring life and energy to their home interiors and feel good colour palettes are just one way to do this. Recent growth in the maximalism trend is a case in point. People want their rooms to spark joy especially as we have been spending so much longer in them.'
WARM EARTHY TONES
Warm tones are the trendiest colours you will see in the fashion and interior designing community this year. These shades take their inspiration from various natural earthy materials like the colour of warm soil or powerful greys that take their inspiration from nature and create a calming and consistent effect on our moods. This colour has multiple possibilities of styling. Picking the shade Irish Coffee or warm red can make the interiors blend well with other components of the house and make a serene appeal to the overall interiors.
These colour shades inject positivity and warmth into their homes, bringing that summer feeling inside the homes and a proper homage to the temperate and warm climates of Asian countries these colours exude a cooler side of warmth.
Shades of blue give the interiors right off the Instagram look. They are very vacation like colour combinations and inspire us to be humble with the serene and calming depth of the colour.
Powder blues on PVC doors and walls or accent walls of the house look the most beautiful jewel-like centre of the house. Blues can be incorporated in any and every room to make it a calm ocean of a place. Incorporating is a call for real change in your lives and interiors. Deep blues are in trend the most this season. The shift to such bold and deep colours has been fixating us on the maximalist outlook. The combination of white or yellow with the blue shades of the house give it a sea side home look and what better way to remind us of the sea when we are really stuck in our homes.
Green is probably the most serene and tranquil we could include in the colours of the walls. Mint green and teal greens are the hottest trends this year. Incorporating a green wall in the house naturally makes it peaceful and a calm oasis. It lets the mind be untroubled with stress and is very calming for the eyes to look at. Green harnesses the power of growth in nature, but by choosing a darker shade you’ll also evoke feelings of reassurance, rest, and security. It's an incredibly powerful colour to put the mind at ease which is why it has been on trend this year as people seek to create a calm atmosphere in their homes amidst the uncertainty of the pandemic.
People are looking to reconnect with nature, and find comfort in their homes which is why the biggest trend we’ll see is replicating the tones we see outside, inside. Taking colour inspiration from the leaves on the floor, the flowers in the garden, and the sun in the sky, using everything around us as a source of inspiration for our colour palettes.
PEACH IS THE NEW PINK
Peach has been the most selected palette for the younger generation these past few years. Pink has become a monotonous colour and peach is a wonderful substitute. Peach has warm and cooler tones of colour and goes well with the minimalistic interior look without making it too boring for the interiors. It can reflect light and brightness in the room and looks beautiful with wonderful sunlight reflecting its multiple hues. Peach can be installed in the bedrooms and living area. It reflects good vibes and happy go lucky nature therefore has been mostly welcomed more by the younger generations.
2022 interiors are getting playful with attention-seeking shades and vivid wallpaper trends that exude energy and personality. Incorporate peaches with dazzling colour blocking to give off an extroverts choice.
OLD SCHOOL SHADES
Move over grey, these earthy tones are overtaking cool neutrals. Adding instant warmth shades like terracotta, bold ochres and even the once shunned beige do reflect that want to make our homes feel more comforting and inviting.
Earthy colours which bring the outside in are having a moment again, for obvious reasons. Look to classic neutrals too which provide reassurance and there is a touch of a 70s vibe going on here with the revival of all these orangey-toned shades and really we aren't mad about it. So long as shag rug carpets stay firmly in the past, we are keen to embrace this new version of the 70s aesthetic. classic 70s palettes including rich brown and caramel colours, as well as bolder pops of pink and orange would look lovely in the house.
DUAL TONED WALLS
Intermixing two-tone includes an unusual colour pairing that is hot pink and forest green is unmissable seen everywhere right now across walls, homeware and even daringly kitchens like this viral kitchen combination. Green and pink are complementary colours as they sit opposite each other on the traditional colour wheel and enhance each other and are far less contrasting than green and red. As working from home becomes the modern standard, remote workers seek to bring sunshine shades indoors, to create a mentally stimulating home office space that promotes deep concentration. A key colour for 2022 interiors, uplifting yellow hues radiate contagious cheerfulness, without being overly invasive or domineering.