Discover The 2020 Colour Trends by Sherwin-WilliamsThursday 8 August 2019
The renowned Sherwin-Williams has revealed their famous 2020 annual Colour Forecast, that includes 45 different hues divided into five themes, each meant to channel joy and serenity while lessening the noise that surrounds us constantly. These 2020 colour trends were achieved through rigorous research regarding colour, design and pop culture trends by a team lead by Sue Wadden, the director of colour marketing at Sherwin-Williams. CovetED brings you the incredible five colour sets that will rule the design trends for next year. Enjoy!
According to Wadden, Sherwin-Williams’ director of colour marketing, Alive’s colours are deep and rich, such as darker jewel tones inspired by mindful living and even vibrantly hued fruits and vegetables. Throughout the set, you will find beautiful colours like rich blues and ripe olives.
Manta is meant to connote Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian design. Inspired by natural materials, it resulted in a balanced palette of cool and warm tones, very soft and soothing. Considering its neutral versatility, Mantra is bound to resonate throughout the design community.
The Play set consists of bright and bold colours. Adding pops of colour, whether it’s through a sofa, artwork, or accent wall, is the perfect move for those who don’t take themselves too seriously. Play’s bright pink, aqua, and gold hues are all about adding joy and warmth to a space.
Following up on last year’s Naturalist palette, Haven draws its inspiration from nature, with rich yet subtle shades reminiscent of sea, sand, forest, and sky. It’s all about bringing those organic elements into your home decor. The earth-inspired palette might be muted, but it works nicely within the current focus on wellness.
The Heart set is inspired by humanity. This palette includes silky neutral tones, from clove to soft coral, that nod to meditation and comfort. The tones would pair well with retro-inspired accessories and warm, earthy finishes.
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