Pattern + Paint: H&W Wallpapers Meet Benjamin Moore’s 2020 Colors of the Year

Pattern + Paint: H&W Wallpapers Meet Benjamin Moore's 2020 Colors of the Year | Hygge & West

At the end of each year, we, along with most of the design world, eagerly await the announcement of the Colors of the Year for the upcoming year. It's an exciting peek at where the trends will be moving, and a fun way to get ready for the new season. This year, we loved Benjamin Moore's cheerful, yet refined picks, and decided to pair them with some of our favorite wallpapers for ready-to-go paint plus pattern combinations. Keep reading for some major 2020 interior inspiration!

The pairing: This sweet-not-saccharine pink feels incredibly sophisticated when paired with Slice in Mist.

The placement: For something truly unique, try Slice on the walls and then cover the ceiling in this grown-up pink hue.

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The pairing: We love this dusty, earthy green, and couldn't resist pairing it with our playful Piedmont pattern in Pine.

The placement: Use the paper on the walls and the paint on the surrounding trim for a country-chic-meets-urban-eclectic vibe.

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The pairing: Serengeti in Silver leans even more luxe when placed side-by-side with this neutral that floats somewhere between warm and cool.

The placement: We see a Serengeti powder room with Thunder wainscoting in some (very lucky) person's future.

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The pairing: This illuminating periwinkle makes magic when paired up with Bruno in Navy/Sky.

The placement: We love how ethereal this combination is, and can see it being the perfect match for an inviting entryway.

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The pairing: For year-round sunshine, try this bright and cheery combo of Golden Straw and our Bloom in Marigold.

The placement: A warm cream with a tinge of honey gold, this color would be great on the walls of a child's room with a Bloom nook.

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The pairing: This saturated blue and refined, yet whimsical Storyline in Delft Blue make a bold and graphic statement when paired together.

The placement: We love this combination for a dining room, stairwell, mud room, bedroom... just about anywhere that could use a pop of pattern and color.

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