Top 10 color trends of 2020
- May 11, 2020
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curated by A plus R Architects - Sankriti Jain
Interior designing and decoration are one of the most complex and mind-boggling tasks. Whether it is in designing furniture for your living room or choosing the layout for your office. One of the most important factors involves choosing the colour schemes for the room. In fact, we argue that a fresh coat of paint can do wonders for a room while keeping in mind the difficulties of budgeting, i.e. at times, just a change in colour scheme is a better option in comparison of changing the entire layout from top to bottom.
And hence we present to you the top 10 colour trends of 2020:
Our team of architects in Delhi use , dark colours like charcoal black, peacock blue and off black, have been in fashion for quite some time and will continue to remain so in 2020. Not only are they chic, and modern, but also one of the easiest colours to work and play with as an accent or the main colour.
2. Classic Blues:
One of the most trending colours of 2020, is the classic blue and navy blue. It is not only one of the most stable and thought-provoking colour to work with, but also a great reminder of the calming deep waters, and hence suggestive of peace and tranquillity.
3. Peaches and Pinks:
Although it has been restricted to nurseries until now, it is time to expand our usage of colours like light pink, blush and peach. Architects in Coimbatore claim, besides being contemporary and chic, not only are they one of the most complementary colours but also can be used in just about any and every room one can think of.
4. Moody Greens:
Green has been in trend for some time now especially in the Milan Design Week 2019, but with 2020, colours such as olive and hunter green have become extremely popular. Besides being timeless, and contemporary, they are a great representative of serene nature topographies. Our architects in Cochin use them often .
5. Layered Whites:
Even though the concept of white-on-white may initially seem extremely off-putting, different shades and layers of white-on-(white is one of the modern and ethereal looks one can achieve in interior designing.Our interior designers in Chennai often prefer layered whites for modern reidences.
6. Maroon and Mahogany:
Dark red shades and tones are one of the deepest and most soul-warmingly beautiful colours. Not only can it be used as an accent or a predominant colour, but is one of the highest sought contemporary shades.
7. Oranges and yellows:
Whether it is a golden yellow or mango, a little bold colour goes a long way. Not only do such shades brighten up the room with their fun and energetic vibe but can also be used to accent or accessorize cushions and throws.
8. Dusty Tones:
Dusty green, brown, orange or pink, all of the aforementioned shades are great representatives of the natural beauty of autumn leaves, beautiful barks etc. Architects in Hyderabad say, not only are they easy to work with but also give a space a contemporary but earthy feel.
9. Natural Beige:
Beige tones have been in fashion for a few years but with 2020 certain shades such as champagne seem to be taking over the others. Not only does it provide a warmer outlook in comparison to it's grey and white counterparts, but it also creates a tranquil and earthy atmosphere.
10. Aubergine Hues:
Aubergine tones, whether intense or mellow, are not only stylish and sophisticated but also provide a voguish outlook. Furthermore, they are one of the most multipurpose shades, with uses ranging from accessorizing and accenting to the main colour.