#TrendAlert: Jewel Tones

Changing your wall colour is a fast and easy way to update your space and incorporate the latest home and style trends. Instantly create a wow-factor room by adding your favourite jewel tone to a feature wall. Think bold shades of sapphire and emerald green, rich ruby hues, saturated amethysts and topaz tones. Unify your new look with coordinating accents, like decorative pillows or DIY artwork.

Beau Green 2054-20

Let honey-toned accents pop against a bold backdrop of Beau Green 2054-20. This radiant shade brings gilded antiques to life and adds a touch of sophisticated glamour when paired with gold and brass metallics. Try an unconventional shade like Hale Navy HC-154 on trim, doors, and furniture for a striking combination.

 

Hale Navy HC-154

Elegant and modern, Hale Navy HC-154 adds the perfect dose of drama to the quieter side of the jewel tone trend. Bring cabinetry to life and create sleek lines in a light and airy kitchen of Decorator’s White OC-149.

Cabinets: Hale Navy HC-154, Advance, Matte

 

California Blue 2060-20

Make a big impact with a bright sapphire blue. If you’re not ready to commit to a bold colour on a large scale try pairing it with another hot design trend: the two-tone kitchen. Keep the upper cabinetry and walls neutral and let the lowers do all the talking.

Image Source: Country Living

 

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Pair a modern magenta with classic wainscoting and traditional accents for an unexpected twist.

Image Source: House Beautiful. Photo by Francesco Lagnese. Interior by Jonathan Berger.

 

If painting your walls or cabinets isn’t in the cards, you can still incorporate the jewel-tone trend into your space through statement furniture pieces and vibrant accessories.

Emerald Isle 2039-20

DIY a flea-market find in your must-have colour. We recommend using STIX primer and ADVANCE paint for a factory-like durable finish.

Image Source: A Swell Place to Dwell

 

Give a neutral space personality with decorative accents. See us in-store for limitless fabric options for drapery and throw pillows.

Image Source: Rendall and Wright