etro colors that make a great decor comeback
Every lover of fashion and home accessories knows that trends are always coming full circle, which is perfect if you want to give your home a retro feel or a touch of color. Luckily, if you are fascinated by retro colors, they are back on trend in a big way! Here are the retro colors, which are no longer retro, but now trendy and perfect to add to your home.
A hue that has been seen over the centuries finally comes back with a furry autumn gold. The shadow itself screams vintage vibes and still has a few falls. The beauty of it is its classic aesthetics, which works well with numerous different shades and textures.
This classic, enchanting green is another beautiful shade that is returning very strongly this year. Greens in general, make a comeback because of their natural feel, interior design will flaunt more about the homeowner’s personality, while still feeling more natural and less dramatic. Kelly Green is the perfect color to combine with pink, creating a classic, trendy combination.
We mentioned the dusty rose in our “best color combinations for 2018” because it’s a nice color combination. Do not confuse this muted tone with “Millennial Pink,” a hue that looks brighter and more modern. Dusty Rose just feels worldly and trendy and yet so old.
Burgundy itself has always had a subtle undertone, but a richer, darker tone adds a mysterious atmosphere. Combine with Metallic for an elegant, fun variation of this classic color. You can also add nudes that bounce off the beauty of this color.
Think of this color as the new neutral – it has depth, visual appeal, and it comes together beautifully when combined with more powerful hues. This is a color that demands your attention and yet has a timeless retro look.
Timeless, classic blues come back into the trend as more homeowners want to have a coastline, a backdrop that screams ageless decor. That’s what classic blues like navy paired with white bits that have some sort of texture and pattern do for your home.
Red has long had a bad connotation because it is known as a “stressful” color. However, it is one of those retro colors that comes back to a staple in the house. We love this retro shade in the kitchen and office for a touch of rich colors.
Teal is another color we mentioned in our “Best Color Combinations for 2018” due to its appeal to the 1950s. We love this color in the kitchen because of its old world aesthetics and the idea that the color is a muted combination of green and blue.
This hue not only reminds of its boldness in the 1960s, but also becomes the perfect accent that brings everything together. For a softer setting to take account of this trend, using it with neutrals, the contrast will soften the boldness of it.
The informal color became more formal and modern. Combine it with rich darker pieces of wood for this modern aesthetic. Consider it an essential complement to the room while still having a softer focus. If you do, you will have the feeling of color without being overpowering.