Here we are with our last article on interior design and trend colors! We divided these into three – bathroom design, living room and decoration ideas. The trend colors that will be discussed here are blue, gray, yellow and pink. Here are some great ideas for the bathroom and living room, The examples presented below show Deko ideas in the widest sense of the word and encompass all spaces. So they could provide you with all-encompassing inspiration.
One likes to combine blue with gray in the decoration ideas
Trend colors 2019 – Gray in many nuances as the new black
That gray is the new black, that’s been the case for some years. It is definitely nothing new. But in the coming seasons, we will see this strategy more often than before. We could speak of a climax in this Hisnicht, so to speak.
You try to combine different gray nuances with each other and thus achieve a layered look. This is a very modern trend in itself. Pairing with blue – an equally popular trend color is also great in.
Yellow and gray complement each other very well
Yellow can not be too much
Yellow is also one of the very latest trend colors. We can see from the examples below that this can never really be too much. You can combine brighter with not too saturated nuances. Likewise, yellow is often staged by patterns. Just as an example we see in the picture below. There you have, as is often the case at the moment, opt for mating with gray. For all colors, there is one thing that is illustrated in this image: using some accessories gives you the chance to intensify or reduce the influence of a color at any time.
Blue is often used in Oriental-style interiors
Oriental and nautical looks in blue
The popularity of the blue color, in our opinion, is also related to the popularity of two themes – the oriental and the nautical. They come together with the corresponding patterns, accessories and color combinations. This is exactly what makes the use of the blue color quite meaningful and logical. It does not seem quirky or “too much”. Blue will combine with another trend color – green, especially in nautical interiors. This also applies to shades that mix in both nuances.
Rosa is a trend color that likes to be neutral.
The gentler version of red is pink
Rosa is the fourth of the trend colors that we want to draw your attention to today. It is popular in itself, but often in the next few seasons it will have a special function, namely to replace the red shading. It often occurs in the Christmas decoration together with green. One likes to decide for very bright or pastel shades that look as neutral as possible. For a current-looking vintage style actually perfect.
Monochrome gray color palette with yellow
Monochrome color palettes with many accents
Certainly there are many different factors why these and no other colors are particularly relevant. But we would like to emphasize one here in particular. It is just that you can create very well monochrome interior with these colors, which is enriched with glaring shades. This kind of interior design and decoration is a kind of modern classic, which we will see in the coming months especially often.
Blue in a nautical decoration concept
Gray living room with layered look
Another ultramodern combination of blue and gray
Accessories are a good strategy for introducing trendy colors
Another layer-look inspiration – this time in pink
Green and yellow – an often-seen color duo
You would like to have layered look with gray? Maybe you like the following ideas
Yellow is currently probably the most popular color to set the accents
Two more ideas of inspiration in blue
Chairs in trendy colors
If you choose wall design in a trend color, make sure you like it in the long run
Decorative ideas in trendy yellow
Rosa often appears as red in the following months
Particularly modern-looking interior in pink
The curtains and throw pillows we see here in a very modern green nuance
Three great examples of the introduction of trend colors through accessories
So you could use a trend color as an accent
Flashy color combinations with an accent on a trend color