Wall Color Trends for 2014


Even as a kid, I have always been fascinated by color. I used to spend a great deal of time playing with different hues from my water color palette. Back then, that was one of my most treasured possessions. Now that I’m all grown up, my penchant for color has carried over, and I find myself helplessly drawn to the endless possibilities of the color wheel when it comes to decorating my house, for instance. Inspiration suddenly strikes, as I check out ideas for wall color.

This year, the color trend for walls is anything but plain, old, boring white. Going down the immaculate route is so ancient history. For color aficionados like me, that’s great news.

Colors depicting the seashore are making a huge splash this year. Think blues in a pale hue and shades of mint green. Cream or beige are representative of sand, so you can likewise use these colors to give your home a “beach-y” feel. They almost effortlessly give off an air of tranquility in your home. Pastel shades give a breath of fresh air to your otherwise dreary room.


If you feel that your walls are dying and could use some serious color CPR, go for energetic colors such as rich reds, bright yellows and cool teals. These particularly work well in open spaces or on an accent wall in your family room or kitchen. An emerald green shade suggests a sense of renewed energy and optimism. Yellow is indicative of sunshine, fun and freshness.  London interior designers are all about these colors, make sure you visit one of their sites for inspiration.

Spring is just around the corner. This couldn’t be a more opportune time to repaint your walls in fresh color. With the right hues, you can instantly change the mood of your home by bringing nature inside, or by spicing things up with vibrant color. Sooner or later, your emotions will follow suit and fill you with the happiness and peace you seek.

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