6 Trending Paint Colors to Use in Your Westchester Home

While blue reigns supreme among the Colors of the Year for 2024, there’s a vibrant world of hues breaking free from the traditional spectrum.

Whether you want a soothing shade of blue or something slightly more unexpected, these trending paint colors will help your Westchester home pop.

Upward 6239 by Sherwin-Williams color

Upward 6239 by Sherwin-Williams

“A breezy, blissful blue,” according to Sherwin-Williams, this color is another blue shade, but it evokes slowing down, taking a breath, and clearing your mind. It pairs well with Snowbound, Drift of Mist, Gale Force, Tricorn Black, Honeydew, Palm Leaf, and Antiquarian Brown.

Renew Blue by Valspar

Renew Blue by Valspar

This shade is another blue, with natural and green tones to it. We would suggest using it in a bathroom, powder room, closet, or bedroom — anywhere you want a sense of tranquility. Valspar suggests pairing it with Perfect Backdrop and Dusk in the Valley — all softer, less-saturated colors that create a calming space.

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Ironside 422-7DB by Dutch Boy color

Ironside 422-7DB by Dutch Boy

Another deep hue, Ironside translates “global trends from fashion, culture, and media,” according to Dutch Boy. This color offers up palettes for a variety of spaces on the company’s website (trends.dutchboy.com) so you can see how best to incorporate Ironside into your space. The complementary colors range from deep, saturated hues to neutrals so you can mix and match.

Blue Nova 825 by Benjamin Moore

Blue Nova 825 by Benjamin Moore

A blue-violet blend that plays with the light, the company says it’s mystical and otherworldly. Use it as a statement in one area or as a dramatic color in an entire room. Paper White, Mount Saint Anne, Monterey White, and Quincy Tan are all listed as complementary colors by Benjamin Moore.

Limitless by Glidden color

Limitless by Glidden

Described by Glidden as a “fresh warm hue, anything but yellow,” this color is considered a neutral with a twist. Use it on cabinets, walls, anywhere really. This color choice points to a shift towards warmer, less-saturated colors.

Cracked Pepper by Behr

Cracked Pepper by Behr

One of the more saturated colors of the year, Cracked Pepper is bold and luxurious. This color can be used in any space you want to make an impact, big or small. Pair it with neutrals to make it really stand out.

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