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Color Trends in Interior Design

Color Trends in WallpaperWhat colors are hot right now? We follow the trends in color to help you select the best colors for your wallpaper, window treatment, or any interior design project. Whether you’re making over an entire room or decorating a brand new home, consider these fashionable colors.

As a Hunter Douglas Gallery, we offer hundreds of color combinations available on Hunter Douglas window fashions such as Duette® honeycomb shades and Pirouette® window shadings. We also have the largest wallpaper library in Michigan, and can help you find the best pattern and color for your interior design project. With window treatments, custom fabric coverings, and wallpaper, we have your favorite colors covered in every part of your home! Check out these trendy colors for some great ideas:

Garnet is Red Hot

A deep red, garnet is a beautiful accent color for any room, including for a single wall of wallpaper. With rich tones and bold saturation, garnet goes well with black, gold, taupe, and sometimes even white when done right. Using modest amounts of garnet change the feel of any room. It’s perfect for throw pillows, window toppers, and unique décor accessories. Accents of garnet can draw the eye to other items in your room.

Bring Deep Green Back to Your Home Design

This year’s green is a deep green. It’s not quite forest green because it has a little bit of yellow in it, but more like a Christmas green that works all year long. When using deep green in interior design, offset it with a creamy white or beige. In a bedroom, deep green would work well with custom bedding and drapery, or as the primary color on the walls.

Go with a Mulberry for Your Purple

Mulberry is a red-purple, bold and full of life. For purple-lovers, this color is softer than a bright purple, and more sophisticated than lavender. Mulberry is nicely paired with the yellow-greens, golds and even gray. Best used as an accent color, mulberry is beautiful on drapery, upholstery, small window coverings, or on an accent wall.

emerald-draperyPantone Color of the Year: Emerald

Each year, color-giant Pantone selects a “color of the year.” This year, that color is “emerald,” a greenish blue that is described as richer than turquoise and deeper than aqua. As a very versatile color, emerald works in any room, either as a principal color or as an accent. Imagine emerald for drapery and fabric accents in any room in your home!

Visit our showroom in in West Bloomfield to see the latest trends in wallpaper, window coverings, and interior design. Our family owned business was established in 1977, and we proudly serve the areas of Northville, Bloomfield Hills, Birmingham, Franklin, Bloomfield Hills Township, Novi, Farmington Hills, Oakland County.

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