What Happens When We Combine Two Color Trends?

We know gray is a popular color. We now pink is a popular color and of course we all know blue is a very popular color. What happens when we combine two colors trends? Do we come up with a new color trend or just a two new colors?


If that sounded like double talk, it shouldn’t. If you think about it, this really makes sense. As my color consultations progress, I study the most popular colors.

I know that the #1 color to have in the home is blue. I know for a fact that gray is VERY close runner-up. I also noticed that the popular blues are just a blue and gray combined very much like you see in this Pinterest picture.



I also know that the pink hue also very popular. Again, combine the gray and pink and you have an amazing muted lavender. I’ve been using muted lavender for Master Bedrooms for really long time!!!



If you stop and study color and color trends like I do, and you literally HAVE to go in the field to do this – reading doesn’t count. You’ll notice that people have been choosing the new color trends for a while. We just had to dig deep and find the root of these trends.

So what’s this all mean? Color Trend + Color Trend = Color choices for our homes. Simple.

About Donna Frasca

I am an energy that has found a new vibration and frequency. Through many years of writing, learning, and experiencing, I've found comfort in trusting in myself and in Spirit.
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5 Responses to What Happens When We Combine Two Color Trends?

  1. sondramsmith says:

    Reblogged this on Paintingsbysondra and commented:
    Color trends!

  2. KJ Clarke says:

    Simply beautiful!!!

  3. Dianne Bird says:

    Would like to know the paint color used in the blue bedroom

    • Donna Frasca says:

      That photo was taken from Pinterest, as you can see from the photo credit it is not mine. I wish I could help you! There are many similar colors in just about any paint deck. Lament Blue from Valspar is pretty. Try that.

      For a grayer option, try Mt. Rainier Gray from Benjamin Moore. I think it’s closer to what in the photo.

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