Some colors are timeless, while others trend every few years. Then there are the brand new shades that come into the limelight for the first time. Keeping all that in mind, here are the three most trending colors in feminine interior décor right now.
If you are wondering if black is still on trend or not, then the answer is always yes. Black never went out of style for women or men and it is likely to trend for the foreseeable future as well. However, charcoal is actually a more popular trend in interior décor among women right now.
What makes charcoal unique is that it hits that sweet spot between grey and black, without committing to any one side of the color spectrum between the two. On top of that, there is the versatility of charcoal that’s also unique to the shade. As long as there’s enough light on that wall, it’s charcoal grey, but dim the lights, and you have a wall with calming shades of charcoal black.
Yellow is one of the most vibrant and interesting colors out there for interior décor, and depending on how you use it, its effects can be profoundly satisfying. Yellow does not only represent energy, but clever utilization of the shade in interior design can actually energize and rejuvenate people’s minds. Therefore, it’s not really surprising that yellow is fast becoming one of the most trending colors in feminine interior décor.
Place a few comfy yellow bean bag chairs against the backdrop of a cream, beige, peach, or white living room wall and you will have a room that’s filled with calm energy. Use it as an accent color on the walls when you can and make sure the furniture in the room complements the streaks. Don’t use any bright shades of yellow as a solid tone in the background though, because an overabundance of bright yellow will lead to visual fatigue.
Magenta, or “Viva Magenta” is the official Pantone Color of the Year 2023. That in itself is one of the main reasons why magenta is a trending color this year in multiple industries from fashion and clothing to interior design. As the Executive Director of Pantone, Leatrice Eiseman states, viva magenta is representative of energy, nature, inner strength, and originality. Magenta represents the power of mother nature to create and rejuvenate the whole world.
Magenta can be used as a color in both foreground and background while decorating. However, the less intense shades of magenta might work best if you plan to use them in the background. Brighter shades of magenta like viva magenta work superbly for painting highlight walls though, making them stand out for all the right reasons.
In the end, it’s all about your own preferences, irrespective of whether you are a woman or not. Color in fashion is all about expressing yourself through your wardrobe, and it’s not much different in interior design either. Nonetheless, there is an additional factor at play when it comes to interior décor.
Colors for your furniture, walls, ceiling, floor, cabinets, etc., are all shades that you will be looking at constantly without change for a while at least. Therefore, you should choose them with long-term considerations in mind.