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As we move towards 2024, a new year brings with it new design trends and color palettes. For those who are planning to redecorate their homes, it’s important to keep up with the latest styles and looks. Paint colors play a significant role in the overall appearance of a home, and the wrong choice can make a space feel outdated. If you're looking to update your home with a fresh coat of paint, it's important to know which colors will be out of style in 2024.
Make sure you are ditching these outdated paint colors in 2024 to avoid making your home look old fashion or basic.
In the past year, we've observed a multitude of inventive applications for the color pink, extending its presence beyond children's rooms and into primary living spaces. Nevertheless, interior designers are growing weary of the overly ubiquitous Barbie pink. As someone with a passion for fashion, I've appreciated incorporating hints of pink as accents in various projects, but the saturation has led me to bid farewell to the hue. The abundance of Barbie pink in recent months has left us yearning for a change, and even lighter pink tones may soon become passé as we approach 2024. Personally, I am eager to see peach tones disappear entirely; the tint it imparts to surrounding colors is irksome, making it a color I struggle to embrace despite my love for vibrant hues.
Navy blue, while a timeless classic, has also been in vogue for quite some time. Despite its enduring appeal, many feel it has been overused. Regardless of the space you're decorating, consider opting for a shade lighter or darker than navy blue to infuse freshness and make your furnishings and décor stand out.
Gray, often deemed a classic color, is losing favor among some designers who crave more vibrancy and personality in their designs. The consensus is shifting away from plain grays, with designers encouraging clients to embrace bolder hues and patterns in 2024. For those seeking alternatives to the typical gray palette, a gray-blue hue is suggested—a timeless color with a modern twist.
In the realm of neutrals, warmer tones and bold, vibrant colors are currently dominating the trends, pushing classic grays and greige (a blend of gray and beige) to the background.
Red has enjoyed a spotlight in recent years, with many individuals gravitating towards the bold, monochromatic red aesthetic. However, it's time to bid adieu to this hue. The challenge with red lies in its overwhelming boldness, making it tricky to strike a balanced visual harmony. If incorporating red is a must, consider opting for a burgundy accent chair or rug instead.
Similarly, we are ready to part ways with brown, despite its resurgence in popularity. While acknowledging the trend, there's a reluctance to embrace brown in interiors due to its perceived melancholy. However, an exception can be made for animal prints that feature brown, according to the designer.
Stark whites, which provided a sense of calm during the pandemic, are now showing signs of aging nearly four years later. If a neutral tone is desired, it's recommended to explore other color families. Embrace the hues of nature and warm earthy tones that evoke a sense of harmony, wellness, and restoration.
Staying on top of the latest design trends is crucial for keeping your home looking fresh and modern. By avoiding outdated paint colors, you can create a timeless and stylish space that will stand the test of time.