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2022 Wood Color Guide

16 Dec 2021

As we near the end of the year, there are plenty of newly-released design trends and forecasts for us to look forward to. We’ve put together a wood floor palette to accompany Pantone and Benjamin Moore’s Color of The Year.

Pantone, the color authority for design professionals all over the globe, announced the 2022 Color of The Year.  Veri Peri is a mix between periwinkle and violet, a combination of warm and cool undertones.

A few other color experts, including paint company Benjamin Moore, are spotlighting a muted light green shade. October Mist, from Benjamin Moore.

We’ve put together the perfect floor pairing guide with wood floor options that provide a natural base and create harmony with the upcoming color trends. 

The beauty of real wood flooring adds a natural element to your interior. It can also act as the perfect neutral canvas for the rest of your design choices. 

A light-to-medium natural wood tone, on the cooler side, is a the perfect foundation for these trending colors the blend soft and bold.

Some images are courtesy of Panton and Benjamin Moore