Colors Of The Year 2022 | Holiday Builders
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Green is in for 2022, in a variety of shades.
The leading paint manufacturers offer their best GREENS for your home in 2022. 

As a homeowner, you find yourself interested in things like paint colors - topics that may not have been significant before.
Each year all of the paint manufacturers release their "Color of the Year". In 2022, each company presented its own shade of green as a symbol of renewal, comfort and serenity. The spring season calls for deep cleaning and ideas for refreshing our homes. In today's blog, we review the colors of the year for 2022.
Olive Sprig by PPG is a soothing gray-green color chosen to represent regrowth and the resiliency of nature. The lush mid-tone feels familiar and grounded and is a livelier alternative to traditional neutrals.

Evergreen Fog by Sherwin Williams is a mid-tone gray-green organic color inducing a restorative energy to living rooms and common areas. It is a shift away from cool neutrals and brilliant jewel tones.

Breezeway by Behr is a sold, silvery blue-green resembling sea glass found on coastal beaches. It offers ties to nature and brings a feeling of tranquility while capturing a crisp brightness and liveliness. It welcomes renewal, restoration and healing.

Laural Leaf by Better Homes is a dusty green designed to incorporate the feel of nature into our homes. It is the first-ever paint color of the year from the Better Homes & Gardens collection.

October Mist by Benjamin Morre is a botanical shade of soft, silvery green. It mimics the shade of a flower stem and serves as a foundation for Benjamin Moore's larger 2022 color trends palette.

Guacamole by Glidden shines like a ripe avocado and delivers a pleasing color that is refreshing and relaxing. It's probably the brightest of the greens presented in 2022.
Holiday Builders' interior design team selected Rosemary as the accent wall color in one of our upcoming model homes. They applied this deep green shade creating a dynmaic accent wall in the dining room. With the focus on nature, calming and regrowth, the designers added botanical prints to carry out the theme. 

If you're seeking a refresh for your home, consider one of the 2022 Colors of the Year. For additional trending paint colors and more detail on the Colors of the Year, visit Better Homes and Gardens.