2021 Color Trends for the Home:
Paint and Plate Pairings to Make Yours Walls a Work of Art.November 17, 2020
If you are already looking forward to the new year, we have good news. Some of the biggest brands in interior paint have provided an early peek into the future, with their selections for 2021’s color trends. And from the welcoming earth tones to shades of ocean mist, the adorne Collection happens to feature designer wall plates that complement it all. Check out some of our favorite trending paint colors below, and our recommendations for which wall plates can be their perfect finishing touch.
BEHRWith 21 distinct shades, Behr’s Palette of the Year has something for every taste. But even while varied, this expansive palette homes in on the idea of comfort. From its lighter shades to those deep and vivid, there is an inviting feel across the board.
Like a light fog hanging in a forest, this deep but muted green is exquisitely serene. It pairs nicely with the adorne Coffee wall plates – especially in rooms with medium to dark woods.
Benjamin Moore selected Aegean Teal as the 2021 Color of the Year, a shade that evokes the Greek seaside as it encourages you to savor your moments. Plus, the brand also highlights a supporting palette of 11 additional shades, each usable anywhere you want an atmosphere of relaxation.
Strike a beautiful balance, by accenting this gorgeously cool, mid-tone teal with adorne’s Matte Antique Copper wall plates, which boast the right amount of warmth in a timeless finish.
This gray color is all about the undertones, with a bit of unexpected warmth that makes for a truly dynamic neutral. Add the fittingly exotic Macassar wall plates for a remarkable effect.
PPG invites you to find your comfort and focus on wellness, with a palette of the year that features a leading trio of optimistic shades.
With its turquoise base, this shade seems reminiscent of a desert sky and could happily host an array of accents, including laidback cool-toned woods or even a little textured brass.
A color that can seem cozy or invigorating in turn, the room applications are pretty limitless…but how delicious would it be in a kitchen, with stainless hardware and matching spiraled wall plates for added texture.
Sherwin-Williams opted for the darker side of nature-inspired, with a gray-brown that can ground any room, and set the stage for a variety of complementary colors and textures.
A hue that can serve both biophilic and industrial design trends, it’s a great partner for the adorne Satin Black wall plates which offer a hint of drama that’s softened with a gentle finish.