Honey Gold (Babouche No. 223)
For 2022, yellow is reinterpreted in shades of honey gold, which can bring soft light into a room. It’s a soothing shade that’s warm and fresh.
Soft White (Schoolhouse White No. 291)
The go-to white for 2022 is a soft white that isn’t stark or bright. Use it to add contrast to balance bolder hues.
Soft Green (Breakfast Room Green No. 81)
The latest trend in green is a powdery, matte shade that presents a relaxing atmosphere. It steers away from artificially bright hues or dark, oppressive tones.
Slate Blue (Stone Blue No. 86)
Blue is the perennial favorite color in homes. It’s trending with homeowners in saturated shades that have a slate undertone for depth and a more serene mood.
Crimson (Incarnadine No. 248)
Crimson is being used as a contrast for the softer blues and greens adding warmth and sophistication. It’s the deepest of the trending shades and is best used in smaller doses.