2017 has is over half over, and many trends have been established. With their popularity, it seems many of these trends are here to stay for more than just the year. Making quite an impression among homeowners and business owners alike, more and more people are applying the trends as well as offering slight tweaks to give them unique characteristics. We at All Painting and Restoration would like to take the opportunity to expound on the painting trends of 2017.
Psychological Effects of Paint Colors that Affect Mood
Currently, the colors are classified into three separate groups that include Confident, Comfort, and Composed. Composed designs use earthy greens and taupe colors to create traditional elements. Comfortable classifications derives from pale and light pinks, yellow, and blues to make small spaces shine; muted shades make for delightful accents, which the introverts often find appealing. Finally the Confident palette consists of dusky blues, lime greens, and spicy reds that entrance the attention; social types are often attracted to this classification.
Comfortable Class; Paint Colors to Make Rooms Look Bigger
Dusted Yellow: Muted gray walls and accent with soft yellows area very complimentary and energize a room considerably.
Powdery Blue: Brass accents emphasize sophistication and going bold with classic summery shades of aqua blues paired with dark browns are frequently used.
Rose Quartz: For a more feminine approach that accentuates natural light combine whites or pale color accents with rosy quartz.
This class allows you to have a unique approach that flatters the interior of your home or business and compliments your personality as well.
Composed Class; Traditional Paint Colors
Light Blue-Green: To add a burst of color to many of the modernized interior design styles pair black and white accessories with the polished aqua, and robust teal to add playful characteristics.
Mineral Gray: To magnify any space, use rich dark grays with softened- textured walls and solemn shades. Grays are a neutral color that can be easily incorporated with a variety of shades to add kick to the traditional styles.
Taupe Beige and Earthy Green: Those looking for calmness, peace, and tranquility are using the trendy colors of earthy greens and taupe beiges; paired with white, this use of colors can make a space beautiful yet peaceful.
Confident Class; Social Paint Colors
Blue-Green: Packed with orange accents in an otherwise saturated blue-green space is an attractive combination that creates a dramatic statement. In modern styles enhanced with a vintage edge this trend is really climbing the popular ladder.
Dusky Blue: Recalling shades of blue originating from the ocean and accenting in colors of the beach to highlight the high ceilings, flooring, or other places. Nautical interior design with beautiful shades of blue complimented with pale creams.
Sunshine Yellow: A risky move, but one that can payoff, painting the floor a lemon yellow brings feelings of happiness. Combining neutral whites, subtle grays, and even pale oranges can stimulate the senses in a highly attractive manner.