The most meaningful way to define the mood and design of a house is through colour. By effectively utilising colour you can enhance the look and feel of your home. Professional interior designers are constantly experimenting with colour palettes to find the design trends that’ll be the next big thing. We’ve narrowed it down to the 4 top interior colour trends that industry experts say will be hot in 2022.
When you get your new home with No1 Property Guide you’ll have complete control over the colour scheme. On the other hand, when you’re renting, your control over the colour scheme in your home is basically non-existent. And that’s where Darren Walters’ no or low deposit new home system comes in.
Many of our clients thought they’d never be able to become a homeowner because they couldn’t save a deposit or thought they couldn’t afford it. But after talking to Darren Walters and the New Home Consultants at No1 Property Guide, they soon learned they had new home options after all! The first step is to fill in our pre-qualification form. From there, our New Home Consultants can guide you through all your factual options and exactly what you can and can’t do through Darren’s system.
Find a Colour Scheme That Suits You
Your home is a canvas, and you’re the artist. You may not be the one putting paint to brush but the entire colour spectrum is at your disposal to help you make your house express the feeling you want.
When you’re renting, your ability to choose a colour scheme is restricted by the terms of your lease and the fact you can’t make any permanent changes to the house. But there are some small changes you can make to alter the mood of a room. When you own your own home, your only limitations are where the walls currently stand. Let’s go through the newest design trends the industry experts are talking about.
Create a warm summery vibe that’ll brighten the room by using a peach colour scheme. You’ll find comfort in this cosy tone. This colour gives off a feminine vibe that pairs well with many different shades, so it’s not difficult to decorate your home. Create a calming atmosphere by effectively applying a playful peach colour scheme.
Use optimal colour pairings, like the classic peaches and cream, to create a gorgeous space that’s downright delicious. Or, for a bolder pairing, incorporate the use of gold. Large golden frames look fantastic up against a peach wall.
If you want to create a tropical atmosphere, then cyan furniture is a great option. It makes a beautiful contrast to the peach walls and these warm and cool shades beautifully balance each other to generate an energising yet soothing atmosphere.
Deep Greens Inspired by Nature
Reconnect with the environment by using greens inspired by nature. Dark shades of green create an atmosphere of growth, reassurance, and security. This is the perfect addition of colour to put into a room that can blend well without being an overpowering presence.
Deep greens work well with natural timber. They complement each other’s natural aesthetic giving you the feeling of a breath of fresh air every time you walk into the room.
For a beautiful blend of luxury, pair hues of gold and brass against the green. Gold light fixtures, handles, taps and chair legs are great opportunities to give your home a spark of opulence.
Coffee & Chocolate Browns
Brown is a versatile colour. It can be used to serve as a centrepiece of colour or as a neutral canvas to decorate on. Coffee and chocolate browns veer away from the earthy tones into a more delicious texture. These tones give off a warm and inviting feeling that’s easy to pair with other colours.
You can enhance the crisp dark shades of brown and create a luxurious atmosphere by contrasting them with white throughout the room.
Or use shades of copper for a brilliant rustic aesthetic. If used in combination with the rich coffee and chocolate browns, you can create a brilliant interior display.
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Navy blue is very adaptable and has a strong regal appeal whilst evoking images of the ocean. You can easily create a nautical theme with the proper décor, or steer away from the sea and into a classy modern design with rich blues and mahogany furniture. A deep blue has a calming presence on the mind and after a hectic day, a blue room can reduce your stress and bring peace.
Stone grey works as a brilliant pairing with navy blue. The neutral grey balances the deep blue and keeps the calming tone.
A warm yellow is a bold splash of colour that’ll brighten up the room. These colours directly contrast each other and make the individual elements of the room pop.
Your home is your canvas, so you should be able to create whatever art your heart desires. When you work with No1 Property Guide, you’ve got complete control over the colour scheme. From the colour of every room to the fixtures and external cladding, you can create a colour scheme that is truly yours.
Escape the rental nightmare and design your home the colour you’ve always wanted it to be. Discover your factual options today by filling in our pre-qualification form. Then our New Home Consultants will be in touch to discuss exactly how we can help you get into your own home.
Apply Colour Trends to More than Just Your Walls
The colour scheme of your home is more than just the colour you put on your walls. Everything from your taps to the cupboards and benchtops should be coordinated to create the truly perfect home.
There’s plenty of areas you can customise using the latest colour trends when you’re building your new home with No1 Property Guide.
Walls & Ceiling – The colour of your walls and ceiling will serve as the backdrop to the entire style of your home. Use this as the foundation for your colour scheme. Utilise the rich navy blues to create a calming feel throughout your home. Or the playful peach colour scheme can create a fun, decorative touch throughout.
Of course, don’t be afraid to mix it up room by room and utilise different colours throughout your home. You might want the navy blues or dark greens for your study, but maybe a vibrant yellow and even rainbow look for the kids’ playroom. The best part of owning your own home is that you get this kind of creative freedom!
Floor – Use your flooring to create distinctly separate designs to your walls and complement your colour scheme throughout your home. Patterned tiles in your kitchen and bathroom are an easy way to create an elegant design without affecting your colour scheme. While a gorgeous rug in your living room can be easily colour coordinated to truly create the perfect look.
The Many Fixtures – It’s not just painting and flooring that can create a stunning colour scheme. Fixtures like your taps, lights, handles, cabinets and even benchtops can be colour-coordinated to complement and contrast your walls and flooring for a stunning look.
Pick Your Top Colour Trend for 2022
Creating the perfect colour scheme for your home is near impossible in a rental. As you have no control over your home. So, get ready to utilise your favourite colours trends and take back the reins to your life by becoming a homeowner in 2022. Darren Walters has helped thousands of renters become homeowners and could possibly help you as well.
Simply fill in our pre-qualification and our New Home Consultants will be in touch to discuss your factual options today.