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While the prestigious Pantone Color Institute has decreed Living Coral as the 2019 color of the year, the following color trends are also bound to still make quite the impact in one’s bathroom interiors. Greenery was 2017’s most used tone and next year will be no different as various shades of the color are the perfect combo for luxury bathrooms. Now, our blog will let you know which amazing colors that according to renowned color figure, Benjamin Moore will be still trending for 2019.
Soft Pastel Coral
Trade the successful Millennial Pink for this pastel coral and you will get a softer pop of color in your mid-century home.
Pale Beige Pink
Settling in into the colder days, you can go with this cold, yet warm enough shade of beige to bring a sense of coziness to your home decor. This pale beige-pink is a sweet and charming color that you can most definitely use not only for your home accessories but also on your walls and mid-century furniture.
With a mysterious and moody feel to it, this stormy navy shade of blue is absolutely ready to welcome your home decor to the Fall/Winter season. Pair your blue accent piece with an eye-catching pendant lamp. Our suggestion is Laine by DelightFULL, for the ultimate mid-century experience.
Vibrant and clean, this soft mint green tone has a beautiful Winter feeling to it. It is very easy to pair, both with other colors and textures and it is guaranteed to create a feeling of easiness and playfulness.
Although not a timeless color, lime green is a great way to add a bold effect to your bathroom decor. The best way to use it is pairing it up with very neutral color schemes.
Gray with Green Undertones
Perfect for more Scandinavian inspired bathrooms, this hue both a graceful and very subtle color, making it a timeless option for your home walls. This way, you will be able to change your bathroom decor around the walls and get a stunning decor every time you decide to change it.
Pale Sage Green
Sage green can be a very comforting and warm color, making it perfect for a winter living room. It can create the illusion of texture and act like a mixed decor element, without becoming overwhelming, proving that a softly saturated hue can be timeless.
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