There are many reasons why I can’t find enough romantic comedies. The optimism, though often naive, depicts love, complicated (yet satisfyingly predictable) plots and stories, and, if Nancy Meyers is directing, the beautifully balanced interior Beautiful balance between modern design and comfort. And perhaps that’s the result of a lot of upbeat editing, but the genre offers a sense of hope that, although it may seem too naive, the overnight transformation is somehow felt in range of possibilities. What else makes the sudden and rapid change of things happen so quickly with such ease? Of course, freshen up your space with a few coats of fresh paint. There’s never been a better time to do that than when the seasons change and you’re ready to welcome lots of cozy things into your home. To help you, I spoke with a few interior design experts to get to grips with the winter paint color trends you need to know about in 2021.
But I’ll continue to fantasize a bit about the transformative magic found in paint: Just as a little spring cleanup can help you reconnect with your home, intentionally using a color New paint can breathe a little life into spaces that may be starting to feel stale or static. Switching from a neutral color palette to something a little more maximal can bring a whole new perspective and infuse a completely different energy into a room. And while we all gravitate toward timeless aesthetics (some things work!) it’s always fun to dive into what’s trending in the world of interior paint colors. leading and interesting.
So if you’re in need of a fresh start not only for your home or apartment but also for yourself, consider one of these colors as you plan your makeover. I’ve tapped into Brittany Farinas, Kate Lester, Sarah Stacey, Nicole Fisher, Claire Zinnecker, Shannon Eddings and Stefani Stein for their insights and thoughts on the colors we’ll see more of this winter. this year. Get ready to be inspired, energized, and maybe even a little surprised by a fresh pop of color that you might end up using throughout your space.
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Did any of these winter paint color trends surprise you? Which one will you try? Sound below.