Color trends come and go, but turquoise home decor is here to stay. The beautiful shade of blue is calming, with a touch of the ocean breeze, but it also adds a pop of fun, waking up neutrals and taking center stage. If you’re color crushing, too, here are four turquoise home decor products that you’ll love to bring home:
Set a lovely table with swirls of floral and damask. The deep turquoise finish of this dinnerware set will make your food taste better.
We’re crushing on Gray in home decor. How about you? Gray is still the neutral of choice, and the color has more than 50 shades. From furniture to artwork, gray makes a room feel sophisticated and smart. Here are five pieces that will never grow old.
The Lucille Armless Chair pairs expert tailoring with soft grey fabric. Its versatility and neutral color make it a great fit in almost any room.
Nothing says sophistication like the Heather Ottoman. Whether you use it as a seat or a footstool, this combination of grey and gold will bring a subtle flair to any room in your home.
The Mohala Accent Chest brings rustic elegance to your home decor. This apothecary-style chest boasts an aegean mist finish that adds character to any setting.
The Gold Tree II Canvas Wall Art features a photographic print on gallery wrapped canvas. The alluring tree landscape has a gel brush finish that gives the piece a vintage feel.
The Platinum Raw Iron 8 x 11 rug features geometric aesthetics that adds multidimensional style to any space. The skillful blend of dark grey and black makes any room feel modern and refined.
Cinco de Mayo is a festival of colors, and it can be an inspiration for your outdoor décor, as well. Young, colorful and inspiring, look for shades of yellow as well as colors such as Blue Atoll and Guacamole (of course!).
Take the rainbow even further by adding shades of sherbet. We think Pantone’s Teaberry, Lime Punch and Pink Icing are super sweet.
This season’s color trends are both sophisticated and playful. Pink, blue, green and purple are important in all shades and are mixed throughout, while neutrals become bolder. Our Creative Director Broc Clark shares three color stories that will create cohesive palettes that get your rooms ready for spring.
Pantone’s Color of the Year 2018 is Ultra Violet, and it’s a big color story for spring. The neon trend has been going strong for years and it isn’t slowing down. This color communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking. It’s also reminiscent of the bold style of the 1980s.
This color story is young, bright and inspiring. Yellows and blues feel fresh, and a touch of guacamole green seals the deal. Use lots of stripes to bring in the fun.
This color collection is driven by a love of the outdoors and a desire to experience nature. Mix multiple shades of greens, including colors that feature names like Pesto, Dewkist and Peridot. Add a pop of purple, and your room will feel like a garden.