Every year, Flexa colour professionals at the Global Aesthetic Center, international design experts and architects get together to discuss the latest global trends. This year, these insights were applied to deciding on a single main colour for 2020. And the winner is…… Tranquil Dawn! This article tells you more about this colour and how to use it in your home.

Also read: How to create an urban jungle in your bathroom

Tranquil Dawn

Tranquil Dawn is a light, greyish green shade with a blue undertone: a colour with a fresh and glowing feel to it. A total of four colour pallets were also chosen to coordinate with the trend colour of 2020:

• A home for creativity
• A home for care
• A home for play
• A home for meaning

It’s easy to see from these colour pallets that next year’s trend colour can be used effectively together with either warm or cool colours. Tranquil Dawn is already a calm and soothing colour, so it’s a great choice for creating a relaxed atmosphere. But combining it with a vivid colour has an entirely different – and exciting – effect! It really offers endless possibilities.

Tranquil Dawn in your home

Here are just a few ideas for using it in your home. Why not paint only half of a wall with this colour?

Picture: Styled by Sabine

Or use it to create sections?

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Finally able to share the new bedroom I have to go with my new old bedside tables!! Total sucker this time around and went for @duluxuk colour of the year 2020. Weirdest part was realising it’s so very similar to the colour I got rid of in here last year after 4 years of living with it and hating it!!! . . . [#ad-previously gifted paint from @frenchicpaint for the bedside tables] . #myhomevibe #bedsidetable #bedroomreveal #tranquildawn #colourblocking #spotlightonmyhome #styleitreal #styledupinterior #greenwalls #interiorstylist #diydecor #upcycledhome #myinteriorvibe #myinteriorstyletoday #thiscreativehome #mycreativeinterior #mydiymydecor #bedroomdecor #bedroominspo #bedroomdetails #homedetails #my1930shome #1930shouse #1930ssemi #masterbedroom #dulux #hastobefrenchic #whitelinen

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This is also really cool:

But simply painting the entire wall looks amazing as well.

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Picture: Bloomon

Need more inspiration? Take a look at this Pinterest board!