Color trends for 2022: Integrate modern colors and Roseburg products into your designs
2022 brings new color trends!
With a new year comes an opportunity to refresh our environments, and some of the biggest names in paint and colors have set their predictions for this year’s design trends. As expected, natural earth tones will still be big in 2022, and this year, green is in. Many design professionals, including PPG, Behr, Benjamin Moore, and Sherwin-Williams, have all selected beautiful and neutral green tones for their colors of the year. Meanwhile, Pantone is making a bold and colorful prediction with their selection (see below).
Luckily, Roseburg produces a wide range of decorate wood products designed to pair elegantly with any color scheme, including these trendy colors of the year. Between Duramine® Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL), with hundreds of color choices, and the classically refined real wood veneers available on SkyPly® hardwood plywood, you’re sure to find something to meet your needs. No matter the year, no matter the season, no matter the color—the beautiful simplicity of Roseburg’s decorative products means that we always have something to complement even the trendiest of looks, and you can rest assured that your designs will never go out of style.
Read on for some ideas for how you can blend the 2022 colors of the year into your designs!
Pantone Color of the Year: Very Peri
Pantone is a big name in color, and for good reason; they always have their pulse on color trends, and 2022 is no different. They’ve picked a bright and bold shade of purple, named Very Peri, for 2022. The past couple of years have changed a lot about our lives, and Pantone is setting powerful intentions for Very Peri: “PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri helps us to embrace this altered landscape of possibilities, opening us up to a new vision as we rewrite our lives.”
Very Peri makes for bold designs and unexpected color combinations, especially as interior design trends move away from stark white walls and ceilings. Give your rooms a sophisticated and mature glow-up with darker wood tones like Duramine TFL in C35 Harbor Grey Ash for your flooring and 706 Charcoal Cherry for bold accents. Then balance the heaviness with a pop of 108 Folkstone, a classic light white.
Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year: Evergreen Fog
Inspired by nature, Sherwin-Williams’ pick for 2022 is Evergreen Fog, the ultimate neutral earth tone, striking a balance between green and grey in a way that is modern and refreshing. This makes it a great choice to create a calming space that brings the serenity of nature indoors.
Try pairing it with our new Duramine decolay REAL by Schattdecor. These exclusive six new decors have a natural-looking wood pore structure that takes TFL to the next level with a look and feel that’s very similar to real wood. It also comes in ultra-modern neutral tones that will complement Evergreen Fog no matter where you decide to incorporate it. The dark charcoal tones of C34 Fossil Ash are classy and timeless, while C36 Coastal Pine and C38 Pacific Rustic Oak offer affordable simplicity that would blend seamlessly into any rustic or farmhouse aesthetic.
Benjamin Moore Color of the Year: October Mist
There must be something in the air because for 2022, Benjamin Moore also has selected a neutral shade of green, again named after the weather, for their official color of the year. October Mist is slightly lighter and yellower than Evergreen Fog, and it represents another great opportunity to bring the sense of nature indoors.
It pairs particularly well with natural woods. If you’re looking to bring October Mist into a space such as a kitchen, we recommend SkyPly hardwood plywood because of its stunning options for real wood veneer. PS Cherry and PS Golden Oak offer some neutral wood tones to keep things cohesive, while Redibead in White Maple offers a way to add some texture while brightening things up.
Looking for more inspiration?
Roseburg products are used across North America in a wide range of beautiful projects! If you’re looking for some inspiration, check out a few of them here.