A 2020 Paint Color Round-Up

With COVID-19 forcing us all to spend a lot more time at home, you may be looking around and realizing it’s time to make a few upgrades to your home. If you’ve been staring at your walls and contemplating a new coat of paint to freshen things up, or if you’re in the middle of a renovation project and are still undecided on your paint colors, this blog post is a good one!

Today we’ve rounded up all the top 2020 color trends from our favorite paint companies in one easy to skim post, so you can find your next paint color and get on to making that much needed update! Whether you’re looking for a great neutral or a pop of color, these are some great options to get you going:

Behr: Back to Nature S340-4

Behr’s color of the year is a great neutral color to bring in a soothing and relaxing feel to any room. Fun fact: according to Feng Shui, green is the color of growth and healing!



Valspar: 2020 Color Collection

Valspar went above and beyond and has a full color palette of options, ranging from warm reds to cool greys for any room in your house. Check out the full range here:



Sherwin Williams: Naval

If you’re looking for something a little deeper and richer, Sherwin William’s 2020 Color of the Year is an excellent option. We love Naval as an accent wall or on a kitchen island, like in this photo:



Farrow and Ball: Key Colours for 2020

Farrow and Ball also released an entire collection of colors for their 2020 favorites. What we love about their selection is they also provided great color combinations for each 2020 pick. Check out their beautiful combinations here:



Benjamin Moore: First Light 2102-70

For the braver souls, Benjamin Moore’s 2020 color is a fun choice for an accent wall, or in a playroom or little girl’s room. Pink isn’t for everyone, but this is a beautiful shade for the adventurous!


Dutch Boy: Jasmine Flower

Along the same veins as Benjamin Moore’s color of the year, Dutch Boy has selected another brave choice for the lovers of pink: Jasmine Flower.


Glidden: Whirlwind

While Glidden technically didn’t release a 2020 color of the year, they did announce their top tinted color of 2019, recommending this as a great, timeless option that will look beautiful for years to come:



PPG: Chinese Porcelain

Similar to Sherwin William’s Naval, PPG has selected a beautiful shade of blue that, again, we think would look absolutely beautiful on lower cabinets or as an accent wall:


Whether you’re looking for something fresh and airy or bright and colorful, there are some excellent options amongst these 2020 colors of the year! Hopefully these have given you some inspiration for that living room refresh or the kitchen remodel you’ve been considering getting started on. With everyone being stuck at home for the next few weeks, this is an excellent time to make those fun updates and fall in love with your home all over again!