With winter temperatures, it’s time to put some color in the house to warm it up. Vibrant, rich and atypical shades are availBable in paint to give you a boost. They settle in all rooms by small touches or in total look, from the living room to the bathroom through the bedroom. These shades can dramatically change the look and feel, infusing it with new dynamics that energize it. From “Blue Horizon”, the color of the year 2022 for Dulux Valentine, to pink shades without forgetting the timeless green, discover 15 shades to adopt at home for a punchy and colorful interior.
Alternately bohemian, elegant or atypical, painting defines the identity of a room. A single brush stroke can be enough when you want a change! Does your interior seem gloomy to you? It’s time to turn to shades that give the peach. If yellow is the color of joy par excellence, it is not the only shade to bring good humor into the house. Pinks, oranges or even blues energize the decoration and offer it a renewal. You can choose to apply them in total look, or on the contrary, to combine them, in monochrome, for example. Painted patterns and colored bases are at the heart of the trends. You should have no problem finding inspiration for its application. On the color side, discover our selection of pop and quirky paintings for a revitalized house that is unlike any other.
1- A generous peach shade on the base
What could be better than painting in this shade to give a peach to an interior? Applied to the base, this color highlights the volumes of a room and energizes the space. Fresh and joyful, it brings a bright touch to the house. Match it to the rest of the monochrome decoration, such as with colored table legs in this dining room.
2- Blue meets green in a decor that gives fishing
Blue and green are two complementary colors that go together very well in the painting. Apply them each as an accent wall to reveal their full power. The mixture of paints gives the peach to any house room, from the living room to the toilets.
3- Candy pink paint brightens up the home
Delightfully regressive, candy pink isn’t just for little girls rooms! It can be installed in style in reception areas or even water features. Match it with other joyful colors or, on the contrary, accessorize it with bohemian elements such as caning or light wood.
4- Chick yellow brings the sun into the kitchen
Softer than its mustard cousin, chick yellow paint gently brings color into the kitchen. Inspired by a touch of romance, this warm tone makes the sunshine indoors. Match it with a soft pink for a joyful and colorful interior.
5- Mixing pop paints to get the punch
Why stop at just one energizing paint when you can include several in your decor? Combine luminous shades in an elegant monochrome or, on the contrary, play on contrasts by varying the intensities. This choice goes very well, for example, with the trends for painted arches or colored basements. Pair these hues with a more neutral color in the background to make them stand out.
6- In painting, the shades of blue give fishing
Association of several paints of the same range of hues, the shades have fun with the gradients and the contrasts. In blue, he opts for a sky shade and another deeper one. These two colors go together and enhance each other in a vibrant decor.
7- Pink for a bold living room
Intense pink is installed in the living room to energize the space. A simple and uncluttered decoration wakes up the room and is in tune with the times. Like the same name flower, this color attracts all eyes and highlights beautiful volumes or an atypical arrangement.
8- Terracotta awakens wood
Earthy tones are more than ever at the heart of paint trends. Terracotta is thus integrated into this desire for a sparkling and joyful nature. Its warm undertones add character to the space, especially when combined with natural materials such as wood. Whether the latter is light or dark, this color wakes it up and boosts it.
9- A bright yellow paint for your home
Yellow is the color of joy par excellence, so it’s no surprise that it fits naturally into the festive decor. A child’s room or a living room illuminates the space and conveys good emotions. With a mustard shade, it matches current trends.
10- Blue-green animates the stairwell
In the stairwell, a dynamic color accompanies the ascent of the steps and gives energy. This trendy blue-green paint gives an ocean look to the wall to open the door to the imagination.
11- A vibrant green wakes up the house
Springy and refreshing, prairie green brings character and a dose of pep to the home. Pair it with a softer hue to highlight it and not weigh down the space.
12- Place a shade that gives the headboard peach
The headboard is colored in turquoise blue in the bedroom, while the rest of the space is more neutral. This allows you not to tire your eyes because it is not the shade you have in front of you. This shade watches over your sleep to make you spend beautiful nights and, above all, calls for escape.
13- The bathroom comes alive in shades of pink
Pink knows how to be both romantic and dynamic. The bathroom wakes up the space and gives it the peach, ideal for getting ready in the morning. This cheerful color is available in monochrome, from pastel to terracotta. Have fun with these shades for a dynamic piece of water, in the form of graphic flat areas, for example.
14- A color of paint that gives fishing from the entrance
Applied in a strip of paint, emerald green highlights a section of the wall and makes it possible to delimit a space, such as the entrance/hallway or the office. Its warm and pigmented shade stands out in the decoration and boosts a room. Combine it with wood, burgundy or even orange to highlight it.
15- Vitamin orange colors the wall
Solar and atypical orange is part of the festive and dynamic decoration. The flagship color of the 70s gives a little retro look to the house. A kitchen or living room brings a vitamin style all in elegance.