Summer typically reminds you of colors that are vibrant, bright, and bold. The colors for this summer season are no different. If you are looking to spruce up your space for the summer, then you should consider using some of these trending home colors for summer to renew and refresh.
Trending Home Colors for Summer
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Sunny Yellow or Orange
We always automatically think of bright and bold colors for summertime and these colors seem to stay in style year after year. This year is no exception and a sunny shade of yellow and orange are trending colors for summer. These colors really bring a vibrant energy to a space and make you happy. If you want to bring this color into your home this summer, accessories such as pillows or vases can bring the pop of color you are looking for.
Shades of Blue
A variety of blues are popular colors for summer this season such as peacock blue, sky blue, and sea blue (light pastel green-blue). The color blue really brings a calmness to a space while reminding us of the summer sea and ocean. Since these shades of blue are not typically overpowering, they can be paired with neutrals to keep the serene, relaxing mood or can be paired with shades of orange to invoke a bright and lively mood.
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If you are looking for a color for summer that may not be as bright as the others but would give you a change of pace from your regular color palette for your home, dark grey is the color of choice this season. Dark grey is a great color to pair with some of your current colors in your home that you may already. Some colors that pair well with dark grey are shades of purple or yellow. Great ways to bring this color into your home this summer are through area rugs or artwork.
These summer colors are refreshing and bold yet calming and neutral providing you with excellent choices to consider this season as you change up your look. Keep your eyes open for accents for your home to really showcase these colors for summer!
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