Whether you’re repainting your home or re-branding your business, choosing the right colour palette is an important decision. The colours you choose can greatly affect the overall aesthetic and vibe of your space. With winter in full swing, it’s the perfect time to explore trending colour combinations that will add warmth and coziness to your surroundings.

Let’s take a look at three popular colour combinations for a perfect winter palette.

Emerald Green, Gold, Blush Pink

If you’re looking for a room full of energy and personality this winter, then a green, gold, and pink colour palette is the way to go. The jewel-toned green gives any room a peaceful and welcoming vibe while blush pink emits feelings of love and closeness.

Spread a few gold accents throughout, and you’ve got the perfect living room, bedroom, or home office. This palette offers an ideal contrast to the all-white and grey winter weather you’re likely seeing outdoors.

Grey, Lavender, Burgundy

The warmth of burgundy paired with the softness of lavender looks visually stunning next to dark grey accents. Amid Canadian winters when natural light is at an all-time low, this warm, soft palette feels like a big hug on a cold day. Burgundy provides feelings of confidence and energy while lavender inspires healing and relaxation. Try this colour combination in the front lobby of your business or in your bedroom.

Black, White, Natural Wood

Minimalism as a home design trend is changing. Instead of cold white spaces that feel empty and void of personality, designers and homeowners are adding warmth through texture and colour to give minimalist spaces a more inviting feel.

If you’re looking to hop on this warm-minimalism trend, then black, white, and natural wood is a perfect way to ease into it. To keep your space as cozy as possible, look for white paint with warm undertones like Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore.

Use black only in places where it makes sense (i.e. rooms that get lots of natural light) and opt for natural wood accents wherever possible. To balance the grey tones of winter, you can also add plants and natural textures like bamboo or jute to liven things up.

Book A Professional Colour Consultation

Choosing a new colour palette is fun but it’s also tough trying to decide which combination will work best for you and your space. If you’re having trouble settling on colours that reflect who you are and how you want to feel, then booking a professional colour consultation is your next step.

At Encore Painting, our design experts will walk you through everything you need to know about picking the perfect paint colour. From which colours work best together to how each colour will look with the lighting in your home, we’ve got you covered.

So if you’re looking to do some interior winter painting, don’t wait, get your free interior painting quote today.