A new year is just a couple of calendar flips away (2023, where did you go?) So, we have our attention on what’s new and exciting in the world of home decor in 2024. One trend in particular is emerging as clear as the sky is blue.
Each fall, paint brands unveil their colors of the year, and for 2024, many of them declared shades of blue as the color to consider.
For example, there’s Skipping Stones by Dunn-Edwards, Blue Nova 825 by Benjamin Moore, Renew Blue by Valspar, Thermal by C2 Paints, Bay Blue by Minwax, and Birdblue by Krylon—and that’s just to name a few.
Though blue has never gone out of style, why is it having such a resurgence in interior design? We asked interior designers their thoughts.
Whether expressed through wall-to-wall coats of paint, a small piece of decor, or both, adding the color blue will instantly rejuvenate any stale space. Find the right shade of blue, and it’ll feel just as calming as it is invigorating, balancing a sense of both tranquility and energy that (let’s face it) we all need.
Take it from us, or take it from a myriad of popular paint brands: in 2024, blue is the way to go for any room that needs a refresh. With so many variations of the expansive color available, you’ll surely find one that speaks to your personal style.
If you’re going to take color trend advice from anyone, perhaps it’s Laetitia Gorra, one half of Roarke Design Studio. She’s the former designer behind hot spot coworking space The Wing, which some consider to be the birthplace of the millennial pink obsession.
Gorra helped create one of the most widely copied design aesthetics to date, and now she’s backing up blue too, praising its ease of use.
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