Fall Color Trends

Paint is arguably the most crucial player in any design, which is why we’re thankful for our friends at Paintzen, whose impeccable service removes the headache of booking a professional paint job. Inspired by their 5 hottest colors for fall, we’ve created stylish vignettes to showcase just how well these hues mix with your favorite pieces and styles from Viyet. Whether you’re drawn to creamy Pale Oak, or ready to dive head first with Hale Navy, expand your palette with these swoon-worthy combos.

Pale Oak

Pale Oak is a light, versatile neutral that perfectly pairs with autumn’s warm reds, chocolatey browns, and exciting textures. While a pure white serves as a sort of “blank slate” for the rest of your home décor, Pale Oak has a personality of its own, and can make a statement as the main color in a room. It’s a gorgeous, creamy off-white that can be used this season and all season long.
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Shadow

Shadow was declared the Color of the Year for 2017 by Benjamin Moore, and while we’ve seen its impact all year long, it is a perfect shade for autumn. It’s deep, sophisticated, and romantic, perfect for an accent wall or even as your primary paint color for rooms with lots of natural light or light wood floors and furniture.
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Hale Navy

By far our most popular navy blue this year, Hale Navy is perfect for almost every setting. Although blue is by nature a “cool” color, Hale Navy can be paired beautifully with warm colors like blush pink or neutrals such as Pale Oak! This color also works in settings with varying levels of light, and depending on the décor, can make a space feel deep and feminine or casual and masculine. It’s extremely versatile and we can’t get enough of it!
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Rose Silk

This spring, we saw the rise of what we’re now calling “Millennial Pink”; it popped up everywhere, from nail polish to wall paint. Now, as we move into autumn, we see customers using a more muted approach to pink, like Rose Silk, more of a blush tone with brown undertones. While slightly less vibrant than other pinks, Rose Silk has a subtle sophistication that will not overwhelm a room even when used on all four walls. For a unique and beautiful paint palette, pair this color with a burgundy accent wall and white trim, or stick to beiges and browns for a more classic look.
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Lush

A few years ago, Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year was a versatile green called Guilford Green; this year, Pantone announced Greenery as its 2017 Color of the Year. Clearly, the décor world has been having a moment with green, and shades like Lush are rich and full of personality. This shade is deep, but not quite Hunter Green, and looks best in rooms with lots of natural light. It can also be a wonderful accent shade, as well as a good candidate for those looking for a monochromatic palette, utilizing lighter greens paired with one darker shade for contrast. Look out for more of this shade of green in the coming weeks!
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