Color brings so much personality to a home. From cool minimalism to bright patterns, the colors you choose say a lot about your personality, making your home an extension of yourself. Of course, if you’ve chosen a coastal home, that probably speaks to an element of your personality, as well. That’s why you should choose Glenn Layton Homes, a custom home builder in Jacksonville Beach FL, who understands how to create your dream home, while incorporating elements of coastal design. They keep an eye on the color trends and can help you find the perfect color palette for your home.
Fortunately, a lot of the colors for 2020 seem made for coastal homes. For example, Back to Nature by Behr is an earthy green that is light enough to be used extensively in your home, but still has plenty of personality. It could be perfect for kitchen cabinets or built-in closets, and pairs well with other nature-inspired elements in both color and material.
Chinese Porcelain by PPG is like a deep blue sky that takes your breath away. Perfect as an eye-catching front door, cabinet color, or accent color, Chinese Porcelain “a blend of cobalt and moody ink blue that imparts calmness and restful sleep while also offering the spirit of hopefulness,” says PPG.
Tranquil Dawn by Dulux is a fascinating color that is a blend of green, blue, and gray that creates a hue that seems to change based on how you pair it or even the light. It’s an excellent color for a sunroom or any room where you want a peaceful vibe of tranquility. Best of all, it pairs beautifully with a range of colors, including many of the greens, neutrals, and pinks that are on trend this year.
Inside and out, it’s not unusual to see shades of pink in coastal homes. This season, there are a couple of variations of this color that bring to mind iridescent shells and glorious sunsets. For a warmer, natural hue, Romance by HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams is described as a “posh blush pink” with hints of apricot. It’s the kind of color that pairs surprisingly well with neutrals and bold elements. Alternatively, for something a bit more unusual, First Light by Benjamin Moore seems to combine an otherworldly glow with a soft, rosy hue. It looks stunning against pure, crisp white, yet for all of its eye-catching wonder, it still feels comfortable and nurturing.
These are some of the strongest color trends for 2020 and they work amazingly well in coastal homes. When you work with Glenn Layton Homes, a leading custom home builder in Jacksonville Beach FL, they and their design team can help you find the perfect way to incorporate some of these colors into your home in a way that will feel natural and like an extension of yourself.Tags: custom homes jacksonville fl, Jacksonville Beach, new homes Jacksonville fl
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