Colors are seasonable both in the fashion industry and in the interior design industry. Whether you are looking to redo your home entirely or simply just change it up for a season there are always trendy color changes that you need to know about. You should be incorporating these winter colors in some way, shape or form this winter season to make your home feel modern, trendy and in season.
One such color that has a lot of us in the interior design industry winter frenzied is dark emerald green. People are adding accent pieces like a loveseat with the dark emerald green in their living rooms for the winter season and then putting the piece in a different room or storage for the next year. If you don’t want that big of a commitment to the emerald green color or to your home, you can add splashes and hints of emerald green with centerpieces. Green vases, flower pieces, lamps and more can make your home beautiful and wintery.
Pure White has always been considered a winter color. Just ask Snow White. Not only is this a very wintery choice for your home, but it’s neutral. It can be incorporated in everything from curtains to sofas and the best part is this is one of those seasonal colors that is for all seasons as well. White you can’t go wrong with. Now if you don’t have a lot of white in your home then you should just add some accents of white with snowy centerpieces for a more winter feel. White roses as centerpieces are also considered very winter inspired. Be sure whatever you choose to do with the Pure White that you make it fit your personality.
Silver is another great color for your home. You can put metallic curtains or centerpieces in your living and/or dining room to make your home seem like a winter wonderland. If you mix the silver with the pure white and the emerald greens, then you will really have a rich and beautiful modern winter home.
Deep Pink is another color that doesn’t seem like it would be wintery, but in fact, it is. Think of it like the rosy cheeks you get when you’re in the winter snow for too long. This deep rich pink color goes wonderfully with white, silver and emerald green. If you want a true winter modern home, then mix all these colors together for the best results.
Olive is very popular this year as well for the winter season. This is also a great color for all seasons. This year it’s trendy for modern homes to have Olive Green on their walls. Remember to never put Olive Green walls in the kitchen though. They say green is bad for the appetite when it’s on walls. But that’s okay because you can put Olive Green in your living room or bedroom on the walls and it’s elegant with a touch of winter. If you’re looking to accessorize your home for the winter try Olive Green tablecloths, wicker centerpieces and much more.
Icy Blue is another popular color this year for pillow accents on sofas, table pieces, buffets and more. This color is complimented with Pure White and Silver best. However, you can really mix and match it with any colors. It really depends on the type of winter-inspired modern home you want. Also, it’s pretty safe to mention that Queen Elsa from Disney’s Frozen is always rocking the Icy Blue. So this is probably a color you should have for your winter home.
Deep Ocean Blue is another winter inspiration. Think about the ocean in the winter time. It’s dark, blue and cold. That’s exactly what you’re drawing the inspiration from. This is great on walls, tables, buffets, table clothes, napkins, dishes and more.
Dark Brown is a hot color this year or should I say cool color this year for winter inspiration. Think about the dark brown bark on the trees against the winter snow background. That’s exactly where the Dark Brown color has drawn its inspiration from. Dark Brown is also neutral so if you love it enough you can have it all year long on walls, sofas, curtains and more. However, if you’re looking for just some winter inspiration try some centerpieces with wood or twigs. Extra points if they have red berries on the ends. This is a very elegant centerpiece for the winter season and the modern home.
Cranberry is another color that’s popping up readily this winter season. This is a bright red but it’s a little pinker than a normal red. Think of Thanksgiving cranberry sauce as the inspiration for this wintery color. It’s beautiful in chairs and sofas, but if you’re looking for a simpler or less permanent inspiration try cranberry velvet curtains for the ultimate winter look.