Lighten Up Your 2022 With These 4 Trending Colours

 
New year, a whole new chapter begins.
 
“This season’s colours are driven by a desire to be uplifted and energized while staying balanced.” says WGSN’s head of colour, Jenny Clark. If you’re unable to pull off a major home renovation in the near future, giving your space an entirely fresh look, with a vivid coat of paint or decorating with colorful furniture is the best thing to work on with.
 
Here are some trendy colours to light up and introduce new vitality or your houses:

 

1. Try “Very Peri”- the PANTONE colour of 2022.

Photo By PANTONE

Photo By PANTONE

 

Photo By Hi MLA

Photo By Hi MLA

The Pantone colour “Very Peri” helps us to embrace this altered landscape of possibilities, opening us up to a new vision as we rewrite our lives, said by Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of PANTONE. Balancing Act is a complementary palette, whose natural balance of warm and cool tones supports and enhances one other. “Very Peri” Injects a feeling of liveliness and visual vibration.

2. Vigorous and greenish bring you luck.

Photo By AMY KRANE COLOR

Photo By AMY KRANE COLOR

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Photo By PINTEREST

Sage green is a popular choice of wallpaper in recent years. It provides a calm and timeless mood, which easily fits in any kind of interior design style, from modernish to traditional. In addition, the Chinese new year is the best time to decorate your home with houseplants. According to Feng Shui, the right houseplants can attract good fortune and positive energy, especially at the beginning of a year.

3. Live in gentle sand yellow

Photo By CLEMAROUND THE CORNER

Photo By CLEMAROUND THE CORNER

When used sparingly and wisely, the yellow colour is perfect for interior design. Synonymous with sunshine, thereby spreading the effect of light and happiness.

4. Incarnadine – the comforting red

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Photo By WITT MANN On Instagram

Photo By FARROW & BALL

Photo By FARROW & BALL

Some people will feel intense by the red wallpaper, but not Incarnadine. Rich, warm, and so-comforting, is Incarnadine. Moreover, this shade would pair perfectly with warm woodwork and rustic gold touches, a glamorous and alluring red colour.