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Home Sweet Home: Sherwin-Williams 2022 Color Forecast Showcases Painting Possibilities

Feel like the walls are closing in on you? You aren’t alone. Thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans spend more time at home than ever before. Don’t become trapped with outdated interior paint colors or design schemes. Use the Sherwin-Williams 2022 Color Forecast and give your home a facelift, inside or out. 

The mode-inspired collection features 40 trendy colors in four distinct pallets: Method, Opus, Dreamland and Ephemera. Each pallet showcases 10 expertly selected colors perfect for any room or design scheme. 

Whether you want an art-deco vibe, sophisticated glam or just a burst of energy, the Sherwin-Williams 2022 Color Forecast has something for every taste. 

First Class Dining 

As the pandemic continues, more people opt to cook meals at home, making the dining room or kitchen a hot spot hangout in many homes. Featuring organic neutrals and tonal luxury, the Method color pallet makes any dining space feel high-class. Inspired by art deco, modern organic and post-modern designs, the Method color collection features deep, earthy tones like Bakelite Gold and stark, modern hues like Shoji White. To accentuate dining room wainscoting or chair rails, consider using both bold and muted colors to create sharp contrast and interesting focal points. 

For a more unusual twist, try painting the ceiling a different color than the walls. Expert home remodelers suggest selecting a ceiling color at least two or three shades darker than the walls for maximum contrast. Finish off the look with a quirky or contemporary chandelier that matches your decor! 

Wash Away Stress 

With worldwide travel restrictions in place, taking a dip in tropical waters might be out of the question, at least for the time being. In the meantime, turn your bathroom into an oasis by selecting the perfect water-inspired paint colors. 

The Ephemera color collection highlights tones ideal for sensory exploration, creative expression and security. Create the whimsical sea-side paradise you’ve been dreaming of, or a spa-inspired escape with colors like Inky Blue, Cascades or Moody Blue. 

Add a pop of color by painting a wooden vanity a color that contrasts with the walls.Try textured paneling or unique subway tiles for added visual interest. 

We’re Here to Help

Still not sure what paint color will look best? Central Construction Group’s interior designer can help. Call 317-213-6246 to schedule your appointment with the Indianapolis area’s top-notch home remodelers.  

For additional inspiration, check out in-person or virtual Sherwin-Williams 2022 Color Forecast events

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