The 2024 Color Canvas: Your Guide to Color in the New Year
Inspired by travels, trends, and, as always, the natural beauty of nature, our 2024 Color Canvas is a fresh, fluid, and modern collection. Whether you're looking to revamp a single room or undergo a complete home transformation, this palette will help guide you toward choices that will merge your unique style, immersing you into an amalgam of high-design colors for your living space.
This year, we saw a shift towards bold, expressive colors and a re-embrace of soothing, tinted hues with a high design provenance. Some standouts include:
From earthy, olive greens to bold near-blacks, these colors presented a solid backdrop to brighter, more spruce-like blue-green tones, from golds to bright blues, hot pinks, and ethnic magentas. Especially present was the pairing of dark green with a saffron yellow, presenting a beautifully balanced color palette that felt fresh and inviting.
Let's be honest: there is rarely a year that blues aren't included in the color trend in some form, but this year, they truly run the gamut. From fresh, invigorating sky blues to deep squid ink like navy's, blue hues inspired by the sea made a significant splash, offering tranquility and depth to interiors.
More than ever before, people are embracing vibrant and soothing purples, from barely there lilacs to more powerful heathered mid-tones into deep eggplants; they infuse spaces with energy, grounded calmness, and a touch of playfulness.
Soft greys, blushing soft oyster taupes, and warm buttery creams provided a calming yet sophisticated backdrop, allowing other colors to add some punch while maintaining a serene atmosphere. Colors with a hint of honeyed blush and pink add a warmly lit ambiance to any wall surface or cabinet bank display.
Embracing color trends doesn’t mean abandoning your unique style. By thoughtfully integrating these fresh hues into your home, you can create a space that is both on-trend and deeply personal. Let the 2024 Color Canvas be your guide to a home that’s not just seen, but truly felt.