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If you already miss this edition of Milan Design Week, we have some good news when it comes to colors. These are the 2018 color trends from Milan Design Week which will definitely remain a thing even during next year.
This vivid yellow tone was seen in several settings in Milan during that week and we can definitely see why it’s an eye-catching tone for any human eye.
Klein blue was definitely an everlasting color during this year. This became a favorite color form nay designers this year and we can believe that its popularity is here to stay.
Mango was another color which was spotted this year in several settings. A bright warm hue of orange guaranteed to give energy to a room.
Despite being a color often recommended using with care when decorating a room, Red was one of the protagonists of this year’s Milan Design Week.
This color’s popularity doesn’t seem to be fading away. Love it or hate it pink is here to stay however with much calmer and varied tones or combined with stronger colors.
Also known as neo-mint it seems that this shade of green will still be having a whole lot of attention, seeing as it’s predicted as being the top trend color of 2020. It’s a color which is very easy to combine with other other colors and textures, promoting a feeling of calmness in the rooms where it’s applied.