It’s time to get the rollers out (or just call the professionals) because House & Home’s 2022 paint trends report is here! From designer-approved whites to sophisticated earthy hues, these are the paint colors we’re loving right now.
Scroll down to discover the 12 hottest hues for this year (and how to bring each one to life)!
Looking to make a dramatic statement this year? This cocoa-infused purple is a warmer alternative to black. Pair it with other moody colors in the same spectrum such as dark truffle and oxblood red for a luxe look.
Check over here if you’re looking for professional contractors who can help you choose colors that are suitable for your setting.
Photographer: Stephen Karlisch
Designer: Liz MacPhail Interiors
Get on board with off-white walls, a designer trick for highlighting a room’s architecture and fine details. If you love white but want more depth, ask
Painters Calgary to paint this shade to your chosen room.
Photographer: Brittany Ambridge, Otto
Designer: Jeremiah Brent Design
Designer Leanne Ford swears by this shade for cool and contemporary spaces. Without leaning too warm or cold, this hue creates a perfect backdrop for rooms where art and furniture take center stage.
Photographer: Reid Rolls
Designer: Leanne Ford
If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s how much we appreciate time spent in nature. It’s no surprise that Benjamin Moore chose this serene, meditative shade as its 2022 Color of the Year.
Photographer: Benjamin Moore
We’re thrilled to see the resurgence of this steely blue. With just a hint of grey, it feels calming but not so powdery that it reads as childlike. It’s charismatic yet mature enough to suit home libraries and bedrooms with ease.
Photographer: Jonathan Bond
Designer: Barlow & Barlow
Behr’s 2022 Color of the Year is nothing short of fabulous. This soft yet fresh hue naturally harmonizes with shades of white, grey and organic wood tones.
Photographer: Suzanna Scott
Designer: Regan Baker Design
A powdery chocolate hue with a rusty undertone, this is the colour your cabinets have been craving. Rich, earthy brown on cabinets is a fashionable departure from the dark navy or forest green that have been popular of late.
Photographer: deVOL Kitchens
Designer: deVOL Kitchens
Inspired by nature, this sophisticated and grown-up take on coral pink is a romantic complement to the greens that plant lovers lean toward. This mushroom-like hue looks best in rooms filled with natural light.
Photographer: Farrow & Ball
Author: Emma Reddington, Joseph Cicerone
House & Home January/February 2022