Since it’s the beginning of 2018 we thought we’d share some inspiring color trends to incorporate into your new apartment. Whether you’re looking to create an accent wall, bring some color in with pillows and accessories or via furniture, there’s plenty of beautiful colors to choose from. Check out the chosen color trends from Sherwin Williams and Behr below plus their color of the year!
Behr 2018 Color Trends
This year’s color trends from Behr means there’s literally something for everyone. Whether you like it bold or on the softer side, you can easily incorporate a variety of their chosen colors into your home. Casual Day, Road Less-Travelled and Kombucha are perfect middle ground colors to combine with neutral settings. While Life is Good, Wide Sky, Ciara and Spirit Warrior will give your apartment a standout pop of color. Or there are always neutrals in both warm and cool tones for those that prefer more minimalistic settings.
Behr’s color of the year, In the Moment, will add a beautiful dusty seafoam green to your home.
Kombucha, a soft honey color is perfect for accent walls or furniture to help bring an inviting warm hue into your home.
If you love the look of the mid-century design, Equilibrium is the perfect masculine tone to use against vintage furniture.
There’s something soothing about gray, especially in Behr’s Quiet Time.
Not for the faint of heart, Positively Pink is the perfect soft hue for all pink lovers out there.
Sherwin Williams 2018 Color Trends
Their Serenity Collection for 2018 helps to bring subdued colors into your home for those who like things a little more toned down. Dusty warm hues like Rojo Dust, Sashay Sand, and Wheat Penny mix perfectly with neutral tones like Shell White and Alluring White.
Cool tones like Acacia Haze, Homburg Gray, and Pearl Gray will give your apartment serene touch.
Lastly, for all the ocean lovers out there, Sherwin Williams named Oceanside their color of the year. If you’re feeling brave or just love deep sea tones, this is ideal to bring into your home in 2018. Mix with neutrals, white or black for color combos that are easy on the eyes.