As the year is quickly winding down, some of you might be already making plans on the home front for next year. If you are looking to renovate or upgrade your home decor game, here are some fresh news to keep on your radar. The soothing tones of mint, coupled with the warm tones of gray are next year winning combination. This is one of the new interior design color trend for 2019.
Perhaps a way of bringing a touch of nature back into our decor. This color combo is extremely versatile, and therefore, easy to apply to pretty much any room. Let’s take a look at how you can apply it to your space.
Color Trend: Mint & Gray Livingroom
Let’s kick-start the New Year with a home mint refresh. Every design enthusiast knows that colors can make or break a space, especially in the living room. It’s the room we spent most time in during the day.
Mint is a sophisticated and modern color, unusual enough to make a statement without be invasive. Perfect to bring some light into a room, in a calm and relaxing way. The natural tones of gray will ground the overall decor for an urban and warm feel to your space.
Color Trend: Mint & Gray Bedroom
Wondering if this new interior design trend will work well in your bedroom too? We believe that mint & gray will bring the relaxing healing properties of the outdoors into your bedroom. Where relax is a must!
You could opt for a full accent wall or a few decor pieces only. Choose a light or bold version of mint, leaving plenty of white space around it. Top it up with a few gray pieces to warm up your decor game.
Color Trend: Mint & Gray Nursery
If you’re trying to find a color palette that doesn’t come in primary colors, saccharine tones, or overly gendered patterns, then mint & gray might be the right combo for you.
It’s neutral enough to be easily applied to both boys or girls rooms. Just add some accent details using your kid’s favorite color to customize it. Pale mint is ideal for a nursery too, gentle and reassuring enough for your newborn to feel safe. Warm up with tones of gray tending to light beige or brown, the result will be classy and natural at the same time.
Thanks for reading and happy styling everyone! We’d love to hear from you, share with us your pics and comments.
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