How To Bring The 2020 Colors of The Year Into Your Home

Ashley Dennis | 04 Dec 2019 | Trends

A new decade is just around the corner! Pantone and major paint brands have announced their 2020 color of the year, and we're helping you bring these trending hues into your home.

Benjamin Moore - First Light

Pink paint swatches ext to pastel pink solar shade fabric samples

  • A soft, warm pastel pink. Very rosy.
  • It's comforting and uplifting color
  • Subtle and not overpowering
  • Pair with a traditional neutral like beige or grey to ground your look

Pastel pink cellular shades in a modern home office.

Try this look on your windows with the Economy Light Filtering or Blackout Cellular Shades in Dusty Rose (pictured below). For a more muted tone but still inspiring try the Light Filtering Roller Shades (also in Blackout) in Damask Beige. Try a modern feel with the 1" Mini Blind in Pale Pink.

Pastel pink aluminum mini blinds in a modern entry way.

Behr - Back To Nature

Sage green paint swatches next to a sage green cellular shade fabric sample.

  • A pastel, light sage green
  • Inspired by nature and the spirit of discovery
  • Pairs nicely with browns and pinks!
  • This pastel is a calming and grounding color

Bring a little nature to your windows with an inspiring color like Olive Moss in the Economy Light Filtering or Blackout Cellular Shades (pictured below).

Sage green cellular shades in a rustic modern living room.

Or complement the green in your room with a wood tone like the 2" Architectural Wood Blind in Copper (pictured below).

Rustic sunroom with light green shiplap walls and copper toned wood blinds in window.

Sherwin Williams - Naval

navy blue paint swatch next to blue, fabric sample with an abstract design.

  • A rich, neutral toned navy blue
  • Pair with metal accents like brass for an updated art deco feel
  • Inspired by the sea and sky
  • A deep blue like the indigo dyes used in batik

The Designer Roman Shade in Camden Dark Storm is such a versatile color. It's a perfect shade of navy to ground light and airy spaces while adding a pop of color that isn't overpowering. For a bigger statement, try this navy hue in a pattern like Abstract Blue Mountain from the Premium Light Filtering or Blackout Roller Shades.

Bright kitchen with white walls and blue cabinets and blue roman shades.

Match blue tones in your room with a more traditional neutral like the Premium Roman Shade in Linen Stripe Vanilla-Stone like @kismethouse did in her kitchen!

Kitchen sink with blue cabinets, brass accents and linen roman shades.

PANTONE - Drumroll Please!

The color for 2020 is.... CLASSIC BLUE.

Blue Pantone swatches next to a blue cellular shade sample and a blue roman shade fabric sample.

  • Deep, velvety like a starry night sky or calm ocean waters
  • Peaceful and serene
  • 11 years since a blue this rich and pigmented has been chosen

Blue is so big right now, it's made it onto our list twice (we're particularly fond of this "" blue shade ourselves).

Historically, Pantone looks to nature for its inspiration. Classic Blue is a reflection of the evening sky as it transitions to night. We've seen this color popping up everywhere in home decor and fashion. Classic is a great way to describe it.

Blue draperies in a traditional dining room.

This color works great on window treatments. It's bold and bright without being flashy and is a great way to bring a bit of color to your home while still complementing surrounding decor. To bring this look to your windows, checkout the Easy Grommet Drapery in Hamburg Starry or Premium Roman Shades in Rio Atlantic. For a tilt-able blind try the 2" Room Darkening Fabric Blind in Blueberry.

Blue fabric blinds in a contemporary bedroom.

Modern eclectic bedroom with wallpaper and a blue roman shade behind bed.

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  • About Author

    Ashley is a Social Media Specialist. A weekend-warrior, she and her husband spend their time fixing up their townhome together. She is an artist and DIY craft fanatic who has converted her dining room into a tiny studio where she hangs out with her two assistant-cats. Sci-fi books, video games and hula hooping are also her jam. Follow her on Instagram or Youtube.