Trendy Colours For 2019 And How To Use Them In Your Home

Give your home a fresh new start in the coming year with these trendy colours.

Updated on November 13, 2018 8:11 am

Jemma Chiu

Trendy Colours For 2019 And How To Use Them In Your Home

Colour authorities have already released their trendy colours for 2019—and they range from vibrant aquas to earthy terracottas. For the coming year, interior designers are looking at colour trends that are more mindful and lifestyle-based approach in order to resonate well with the consumers’ lifestyle, demands, as well as what’s trending online.

2018’s not yet done but here are some of the colours that companies rave about for 2019 and how you can use them:

1. Spiced Honey

Express warmth and optimism as you welcome your guests to your Spiced honey-coloured living room. AkzoNobel named it the Colour of the Year—it has a very versatile warm amber tone that you can use as room accent regardless of the colour palette you're working with. It evokes a subtle regal sophistication when paired with neutrals such as white, black, and grey.

2. Blueprint


There’s a reason why Behr chose Blueprint as its colour of the year—it is the future of colour. Blueprint is an honest and approachable colour that can be easily used. You can use this colour to create an ombre look on your walls and create a simple yet dynamic and dramatic effect.

3. Deep Green


Deep green is another colour you might want to take a look at. Nothing screams nature better than this colour that brings the outdoors into your home. Welcome the richness of this colour to make a vibrant statement in your home by adding earthy tones. If you are the adventurous type, you might want to use PPG’s colour of the year, Night Watch, that gives a twist to the deep green colour.

4. Rosy Neutrals and Muted Blush


Blush is so 2018. Lighter shades of millennial pink—such as rosy neutrals and muted blush—will be more favoured in 2019 because of their spirituality. These muted colours can create a more timeless look for your home. Give your space a rosier yet elegant look, incorporate colours such as purple or lilac and metallic gold pieces of furniture and room accents.

5. Muted Shade of Rich Purple


Just like last year, purple is expected to dominate the interior design industry. However, unlike Pantone’s UltraViolet in 2018, a muted shade of rich purple will give your home a more energetic yet mellow look. This shade is very versatile as you can also use it as your furniture’s colour and not just on the walls.

6. Aqua


Aqua is still an interesting colour to use in 2019 as it is versatile and fun. This colour is a "colour of personalities" because it is elegantly bold on its own; but when mixed with a pastel shade, it turns into a soft and calming one. Depending on what you want to achieve, this colour can be your go-to palette to make your bookshelf, accent wall, front door, or stairs stand out.

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