2022 Interior Paint Color Trends to Expect



A new coat of paint can transform your home interior in an instant. With the right combination of hues, you can change the atmosphere and mood of your living spaces while establishing visual interest. If you are planning to tackle a home remodel this year, you may want to consider what experts say are this year’s biggest paint color trends. 

Various Shades of Green

Numerous paint brands have chosen shades of green as their 2022 color of the year, and for good reason. Apart from the growing number of searches for green kitchen cabinets, interior designers and home remodelers note that these selections reflect a renewed desire to bring elements of nature indoors. They are also associated with regrowth, resiliency and rejuvenation – qualities that represent optimism as everyone transitions to post-pandemic life.

Below are some of the green tones that are worth incorporating into your interior remodeling plans:

  • Evergreen Fog – This subtly soothing mid-tone gray-green from Sherwin-Williams is far from the previously popular paint color trends that feature cool neutrals and brilliant jewel tones. It creates a sense of calm when used in bedrooms and energizes living rooms and other common areas.
  • Guacamole – This shade of green from Glidden delivers a relaxing and refreshing vibe that is sure to please everyone. Pairing it with matte black accents, white subway tiles or potted plants helps provide a calming effect in living areas, home offices and bedrooms.
  • Olive Sprig – This soft, organic shade of green from PPG offers a more vibrant alternative to traditional neutrals. Painting it on the walls of a home office helps bring about focus and concentration. Applying it inside a bathroom or bedroom space helps promote a restful ambiance.

Blues & Browns

Certain shades of blue and brown are also popular paint colors for 2022. Art and Craft, a warm, earthy shade of brown by Dunn-Edwards, signifies peace, calm and comfort. It draws inspiration from the bohemian aesthetic of the 1970s and the mixture of folk and modern sensibilities associated with the cottagecore trend.

Aleutian HGSW3355 from HGTV Home by Sherwin Williams is washed-out indigo reminiscent of faded denim pants. It is a part of the brand’s larger collection of color palettes designed to simplify selection for a perfectly coordinated home design. Paired with an off-white or warm tan, it can be layered with various textures such as natural wood.

Let’s Start a Conversation!

Count on the home renovation experts at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Ogden to help you realize your vision for your home this year! Call (801) 614-7263 or fill out our contact form to schedule an in-home, virtual or design center visit. We serve homeowners in Ogden and the surrounding communities including Plain City, West Point, West Haven and Pleasant View.

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