5 Unique Wall Paint Colours Set To Take Centre Stage in 2020

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It’s no secret that getting your house painted is a sure-shot way of making your home look good as new. As there’s no better way to breathe a breath of fresh air into your bedroom, living room and kitchen than with a fresh coat of paint. However, the eternal questions when it comes to this is always – what colour should I go for? The variety of paints available in the market are guaranteed to send you down a never-ending rabbit hole. So, in the interest of helping make that decision easier for you, we’ve put together our top 5 unique paint colours for 2020 that guarantee to add a whole new kind of personality and persona to your home. So here goes. 

#1 – Classic Blue 

Well, classic blue may sound like an obvious and somewhat boring choice upon first thought. But there’s a reason why we think the Pantone colour of 2020 will be a winning choice for your home. “Suggestive of the sky at dusk, the reassuring qualities of the thought-provoking [Classic Blue] highlight our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era,” the brand said.

#2 – Blush 

Even though the first use of the word blush as a colour in the English language dates back to 1590, it was only until the term “millennial pink” got coined somewhere in 2016 that blush came to the forefront of the colour spectrum when it came to wall paint. This colour teamed with a warmer tone can elevate any room to extremely high levels of chic. 

#3 – Burnt Orange 

Burnt orange or rust is another great colour that instantly adds a splash of confidence and visual appeal to your home. The only thing you need to remember is to use this colour in moderation as too much of it could end up being overpowering to the eye. For example, you could paint one wall in your living room this colour to make it really pop. However, an entire rust coloured living room might be too much. 

#4 – Hunter Green

Just like the classic blue, other masculine colours such as hunter green, brown and tan are set to enjoy their moment in the limelight this year. These colours are timeless, chic and handsome and lend a sense of understated elegance to the home they’re used in. 

#5 – Peacock 

Moody colours such as navy blue immediately transport you into a soft and serene environment. Other moody colours such as peacock blue, hunter green, matte black, warm grey and dusty pink are all great choices for your home this year. These enveloping hues promise to be widely used this year as we feel like people would want their walls to be reflective of a calm and relaxing environment. 

This was our list of the top 5 colours that are going to take the centre stage this year. Do let us know your thoughts in the comment box below. 

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