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3 Spring Color Trends You Need To Know About

Design Trends

Spring is just around the corner. With warmer weather and flowers in bloom it can be tempting to call upon the slate of tried and true pastels for some spring color inspiration. And while we love tradition, at Dunn-Edwards we’re about diving into the latest color trends and the cultural phenomena driving them. We’ve put together a list of spring color trends to look out for that range from pastels to bold tones.



Photo Credit: @candycoloredhome

Bohemian décor can be found in almost any home goods store right now, not to mention it’s all over the pages of home décor magazines and blogs.



Lush Green



From hunter to forest greens, Elle Décor also echoes the sentiment of our verdant color pick for this list. For a dramatic, yet spring-inspired look, try one of our Dunn-Edwards deep greens. This perfectly woodsy nook of Kitchy Kitchen blog and Sweet Laurel Bakeshop founder Claire Thomas’ home is highlighted by Mission Jewel (DET539).

  • Try this deeper shade of green in a well lit room. If there aren’t sufficient windows, make up for lack of natural light with floor lamps.
  • Some great neutrals to add into the mix are Muscat Blanc (DET676) and Trail Blazer (DET633).

Sunny Yellow


Another of our favorite spring colors is sunny yellow, a tone fairly close to Gen-Z yellow. It’s a color you can’t help but smile at, and it’s a great hue for a springtime front door refresh. Sunny yellows are welcoming, eye- catching, and an excellent way to add curb appeal to any home.

Creating a space that feels fresh like spring is easy to achieve with Dunn-Edwards Paints. We have endless choices of interior and exterior paint trusted by both design and paint professionals. Our simple-to-use Insta-Color® app easily allows you to give your space an instant paint job. With just a few clicks, download onto your phone and choose a photo from your personal library or one from ours to get a better idea of what
these color trends would look like in your space.