Exploring the world of colors available for your home can be fun; however, finding the perfect shade can sometimes seem like a daunting task. With no direction, you can be searching for quite some time that is why we wanted to share the top color picks for 2019 with you. Let’s take a look!
Kona is part of the Affinity Color collection. It is balanced by earthy tones to help make your home feel more established and comfortable. This coffee color can add some energy to your life, and it works great with any color in the Affinity Color collection. Being so well-rounded, this is a confident color option to put in your home or workplace.
Putnam Ivory is part of the Historic Color collection. This collection has gathered timeless remedies that have been refined to create the perfect color for your home. This traditional color celebrates American history, and it has proven to stand the test of time. While calming and simple, it never neglects to look sophisticated in any home.
This contemporary hue of grey has cool undertones to help relax your space. It is perceived as a more refined option. This practical tone is perfect for keeping a mature and sophisticated atmosphere. It has been known to pair wonderfully with Gray Shower and Burnt Russet. This color trio can make a powerful statement in any space.
A subtle color that is soft-spoken can really be the perfect choice for many homes. This shade is a gentle white that has your atmosphere feeling airy and more open than ever. Finding the ideal white can be hard. If you are looking for a little more character to spruce up your space, look no further. This luminous, tender white can really be perfect for any home.
These are some of the most common colors used in 2019. They can be the perfect fit for your home or open your mind to other ideas or collections. Benjamin Moore has a large selection of inspiration colors to use in your home. Finding the perfect one may take time but is worth the investment. We recommend to try and find a color that complements your current décor and style best.
For more color inspiration, be sure to come back next week and check out our final post in the series. Plus, if you missed part one, you can view it here. Thanks for reading!