Top 4 Paint Colors of 2019

The top four U.S. paint companies share their colors of the year.

Paint colors of 2019

Refresh your home with a revitalizing coat of the most popular paint colors of the year. Captivate a statement wall in the wanderlust palette of cavern clay’s naturescape or revive your living room with an enthusiastic pop of living coral on a statement chair. The top four U.S. paint companies share their colors of the year.

Pantone's Color of the Year

1. Pantone’s color of the year gives a nod to nature with Living Coral. This vibrant swatch plays on the influence of our chromatic ecosystem. Tie in Pantone complexion shades like Rose Dawn, Coral Sands, Burnt Henna, and Candlelight Peach. Continue the tropical color scheme by combining warm Martini Olive, Twill, Forest Biome, or Mauvewood by Pantone.

2. PPG’s paint color of 2019 seeks timelessness over trend. Designers are showing deep blues as a compliment to the upcoming roaring ’20s in design (for 2020). The roaring 20’s design features deep blues mixed with brass fixtures and rich velvet is on trend. This year features the dark hue Night Watch, accompany this mysterious hue with Magic Dust, Blue Willow, or a warm Horseradish.

3. BEHR’s 2019 color of the year is Blueprint, reminiscent of the night watch shade. This universal blue compliments earth tones like Mars Red, Kindling, and jewel tones like Ecological, Rasin’ in the Sun, and Vine Leaf.

Sherwin Williams paint color of the year

4. Sherwin-Williams paint collection color of the year features Cavern Clay. This tone is a bite of bohemian and has the liveliness of nature in a Southwestern desert landscape. The color experts suggest pairing with paint colors like Origami White, Moth Wing, or Dark Clove. A great trend with the Southwestern theme is an accent wall in Cavern Clay with stacked textiles either in rugs or throw pillows.