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One of the easiest ways to refresh your living space is by switching up the colour palette. And it is that time of the year again where we choose what hues make the list in 2020. In fact, we find this an exciting ritual every year and what makes it extra special this year is that we enter a new decade.

If you are wondering what is the process of considering which hues make it to this coveted list, there are several factors like technological trends, architectural trends and popular culture.

If you are planning to paint your home to bring in a new year, these colours can help guide your paint colour decisions or even help you choose a colour scheme for your updated living space. Read on to see predictions of which colours will make it to the list in 2020.

#1 Blush

Ever since the term “millennial pink” was coined in 2016, the colour has become a rage in interior designing. According to experts, Blush will continue to be big in 2020 owing to its ability to look modern and chic when combined with jewel tones. It lends a chic vibe to any room in the house and is a fresh alternative to colours like beige or cream. In fact, it can become your new go-to shade. The shade ENDEARMENT by Berger Paints India is perfect for incorporating the shade to your home walls. Surround it with a contrast of green for a beautiful colour combination.

#2 Navy

Navy is another colour that is most likely to be one of the biggest colour trends of 2020, especially for the interiors. In fact, it has become a great alternative to black and it complements so many settings. It is considered one of the most relaxing shades in the spectrum. This shade brings a dash of sophistication to any space, either subtly or as a focal point. A touch of this brooding and crisp shade from Berger Paints India known as BLUE CHAMPION is enough to give your home an upgraded look. Opt for white trim work and TADA – your room is ready! For a nautical atmosphere, you can also pair this hue with shades of red and white.

#3 Burnt Orange

Burnt orange adds an invigorating pop of colour to any space. We have picked COPPERETTA by Berger Paints India for how it adds charm to any living space. It works well as an accent wall, so if you wish to have a portion of your home to truly stand out, you can expect the colour to do the trick for you with ease. This hue is said to add a sense of warmth and cheerfulness to even the most dreary corner of the house. You can make a bold statement with neutral furniture and décor alongside this wall colour.

#4 Green

Green is a timeless colour. It is one of the safest colours for Indian homes, no matter which room you are looking to paint. One of the best greens from Berger Paints India is GREEN LIGHT, perfect for interior and exterior walls alike. This is because the shade is more than enough to infuse life and nature’s positivity into the room. We absolutely love the earthy vibes it exudes and it will continue to flourish in 2020, thanks to its revitalising and rejuvenating quality! You can go for white furniture and décor against a green wall for an understated look.

#5 Yellow

Yellow screams energetic and fun! It is believed to be the colour of optimism and happiness. It can liven up any space in a jiffy. You can try this shade in bedrooms, living rooms and kids room. SUMMER SUN by Berger Paints India is a shade that can add cheerfulness to your living space and even a little can go a long way. It is a great shade for a dining room as it is inviting and can inspire you to host friends and family. Opt for white décor elements with a lovely yellow backdrop for a balanced look.

#6 Red

A rich shade of red is not a colour reserved just for the festive season. This shade was popular in the interior design scene this year and will continue to remain popular throughout 2020. You can opt for SHEER RED by Berger Paints India as it is sure to add warmth and sophistication to any living space. You can use it as a predominant colour or as an accent hue on your favourite walls since it can be eye-catching without overpowering the rest of the room.

#7 Clay

Clay is going to be one of the biggest 2020 colour trends. And if you are thinking clay is boring, think again. Clay is sure to make a room feel warmer. Add an earthy touch to your home interiors to create a calming environment with this shade. You can pair a wall colour like CLAY TILE ROOF by Berger Paints India with bold textures and materials if you want to add visual interest to a room.

#8 Purple

Purple is a 2020 colour trend that is sweeping the interior design scene. Like most bold colours, it can be used as an accent colour in any corner of your home. You can try a gorgeous hue like SILK SATIN by Berger Paints India in your home interiors on all the four walls of your home. If you would rather incorporate the colour sparingly, you can use this paint colour as an accent colour to add just the right dose of drama.

Silk Satin sofa

Whether you are into cool, warm or surprising pops of colour, these are some of our favourite and trendiest interior design colour trends and paints for home that are on our radar for 2020 that can help shake up your space. So, go ahead now, paint your imagination!

Here’s wishing you all a happy and colourful 2020!

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