Keeping Up With Color Trends
Posted in DNA Art, Home Decor, Inspiration by Brittany on February 8th, 2014
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In the midst of this frosty winter, we can’t help but dream of spring. And what better way to plan for the coming season than to plan for updating your home decor?

We were inspired by Elle Decor’s recent article about the colors of the year and thought we would give you a peek at some of our portraits that will help you have the most unique art on your walls, and follow the year’s trends!

1) Sand

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One of the top colors this year is a beige tone entitled “Sand.” This is a subtle color that can be used as the main focus, with bright accents or can be used as a soft accent color for bright walls. There are a number of Fingerprint Portraits that would suit either situation, but we’ve pulled a few of our favourites.

2) Placid Blue 


Still a soft color, this blue allows you to put a touch of color into your space. If you want to use this blue as your accent, we recommend the Coral DNA Portrait to add a splash of that color to your walls.

3) Paloma


Greys can be perceived as boring shades, but we’re seeing so many modern and urban interiors that are incorporating the color into awesome spaces. The above Kiss Portraits will help to put this color in your rooms, as well as add some flare to your home.

4) Freesia

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Getting a little bit more adventurous, we have a bright yellow in this year’s trends. These portraits are an easy way to add that burst of color to the room without being overwhelming. Plus, what’s more spring-like then a sunny yellow portrait.

5) Celosia Orange 

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Last but not least we have an orange that made it into the mix. Much like the yellow, you only need one or two pieces to spice up a room dramatically.

If you haven’t seen a color you love here – check out our full selection on our website, here!

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