Choosing a color for your home can be both fun and a little stressful. Not only do you want it to be a color you’ll love for years to come, but you also want it to match your other home decor. According Home made, you should choose your paint color based on your decor rather than the other way around because it is easier to choose from a selection of paints than to find a decor that matches a specific shade. You should also keep in mind the shades, reflections of the paint and the room itself.

Trend colors of the year from a variety of brands mostly belong to the green family. These soothing natural hues are quickly becoming new favorites in living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms. Other natural shades are also growing in popularity, such as soft blues, terracottas and pinks that offer color without being too bright or overwhelming. People love the relaxed feel these colors bring to a room and even to accent and fixture pieces like built-in shelves and kitchen cabinets. Of course, neutrals are always in style. But paint trends are moving away from stark whites and grays towards warmer whites and tans. Moody blacks and charcoals are also becoming popular paint choices. All of these colors seem to complement each other, creating a casual, colorful but not bright and relaxed color palette for a home.

very perished pantone

Of course, one of the trending colors of 2022 is Pantone’s color of the year, Very Peri, a blue with red undertones created by the color company. This color has a vibrant, electric energy that many people use as accents throughout the home, especially in living rooms and bathrooms.

Farrow & Ball White Ombre

Pure white interiors are no longer the benchmark. Although neutrals aren’t going anywhere, they get a whole lot warmer and cozier, as seen in Farrow & Ball’s Shadow White. The warmer shades of neutrals look more organic and natural and pair well with elements like exposed brick and natural wood in living rooms.

Sherwin-Williams Evergreen Fog

Soft greens are the color that many paint companies have chosen as their color of the year. For Sherwin-Williams, this color is Evergreen Fog, a medium grey-green. The color is organic and soothing, making it an ideal option for bathrooms and bedrooms.

Benjamin Moore’s Enchanted Forest

This shade of dusty green brings the tranquility of nature into your home. Benjamin Moore’s Enchanted Forest will make your home feel connected to nature. And while this color may cause a stir, it won’t overwhelm your space. Many people like this color on the built-in shelves in the living room and office.

HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams Aleutian

A comforting blue will never go out of style. Aleutian, created by HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams, is reminiscent of your favorite faded jeans. The color was named this brand’s Color of the Year for 2022 and was designed with comfort and calm in mind. Relax with Aleutian in your bathroom or bedroom.

Slipped guacamole

A vibrant green has been named Glidden’s color of the year for 2022. Gleaming like a ripe avocado, guacamole brings fun style into the home while maintaining the earthy vibe that’s so popular in homes now. If you love the green cabinet trend, Guacamole is a color that should be on your radar.

Sherwin-Williams Felted Wool

Earth tones are the new neutrals because they go well together and make a space feel warm and cozy. Sherwin-Williams Wool Felted is a lighter saturated brown that gives a very organic and dreamy feel. Pair the color with whites, greens and yellows to boost warmth in rooms like the living room and office.

Behr’s Breezeway

Cool and refreshing, this blue-green is Behr’s color of the year. Breezeway is reminiscent of all things seaside, from ocean waters to sea glass. Coastal vibe doesn’t mean you have to have a coastal interior. Combined with crisp whites, creams and wood tones, you can create a soothing color palette that suits any interior style.

Sherwin-Williams Iron Ore

Like pure white, pure black can seem too harsh in an interior. That’s why shades like Iron Ore by Sherwin-Williams, which looks more like dark gray with a warm undertone, are becoming increasingly popular. A moody charcoal also looks luxurious and elevated, which is why they’re perfect throughout the home, including outdoors.

Valspar Golden Linen

Another warm neutral, Gilded Linen by Valspar, looks organic and complements open spaces well. Golden linen was chosen as one of the company’s colors of the year and was designed to represent confidence, curiosity and strength. This shade can make a home feel more open and clean, so it’s great in living rooms and entryways.

Benjamin Moore October Mist

Benjamin Moore chose October Mist as the color of the year. October Mist is a soft, soothing silvery green that mimics the color of flower stems. The hue pairs well with darker hues for a warm palette that would look great in living rooms and bedrooms where relaxation is a top priority.

Dunn-Edwards Arts and Crafts

Stark neutrals are out, and warm, earthy neutrals are what’s trending right now. That’s where Art and Craft by Dunn-Edwards comes in. Warm brown offers a rich, comfortable hue, a neutral that doesn’t seem boring. Art and Craft is ideal where it can make a statement, such as in dining rooms.

Valspar Subtle Peach

A neutral with a bit of depth, Subtle Peach is a soft shade that’s meant to relax and feel intimate. The sophisticated neutral hue also makes it an ideal backdrop for showing off artwork and decorations. Subtle Peach would be a great paint color for any home, especially living rooms, entryways, and bedrooms.

Benjamin Moore Wildflower

Benjamin Moore created this color to be an effortless option for your home. This shade of red has pink and orange undertones, which creates a unique, organic and bold hue. It pairs well with creams and taupes, as well as warm tones of yellows and dark blues. Use this color as a statement in your dining room.

Benjamin Moore Philipsburg Blue

Blue has long been treated as a neutral because the colors pair well with almost anything. The trick is to choose a blue with gray undertones like Benjamin Moore’s Philipsburg Blue. This blue is harmonious and will look great on office furniture, kitchen cabinets and bedroom walls.

Graham & Brown breathe

Unwind with Graham & Brown’s Breathe, a colorful dusty blue without being overwhelming. This shade is sure to brighten up your home and pairs well with taupes, tans and natural woods for earthy inspired homes. Use it in bathrooms and bedrooms to relax or as a statement in living rooms.

Farrow & Ball Washed Terracotta

A calm neutral with a bit of color, Farrow & Ball’s Faded Terracotta offers homes just that. This warm tone is perfect in homes, whether used as an accent or throughout the room. Washed terracotta pairs well with other earth tones like creams, browns and greens.

PPG olive branch

Olive Spring Organic Green is PPG’s Color of the Year 2022. Olive Sprig evokes the velvety leafy feel of your favorite plant. Soft shade is a great option if a neutral home isn’t for you. PPG created this color with focus and relaxation in mind, so it’s ideal for offices, kitchens and bedrooms.

Benjamin Moore Natural Cream

All-neutral homes aren’t going anywhere, but the trend is shaping up. Austere interiors are cold and insensitive, which is why warmer neutrals are in fashion. Taupe shades like Benjamin Moore’s Natural Cream feature more complex, warm undertones that feel like home. Use this neutral throughout the home, such as on kitchen cabinets and living room walls.

Valspar Lilac Alley

Valspar has named Lilac Lane one of its colors of the year. This warm lavender hue offers a pretty dusty pastel that brings a calming touch of femininity. The color pairs well with other organic shades the company has named as part of its 2022 Colors of the Year collection. Lilac Lane will bring a lovely pop of color to bedrooms.