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15 Trendy Home Accent Colors To Scroll Through

Are you feeling like you’re in need of some quick and helpful inspiration? Is your personal space in a rut? Are you trying to find the right color combination or a way to jazz up the apartment? Have no fear, here are 15 trendy home accents colors to scroll through and snag ideas from. We’ve included all of the best!

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We love the inspiration we collect from Homedit and this royal blue beauty was our first scoop up. Royal blue or sapphire shades are a great way to make a warm feeling welcoming but regal and contemporary. Just look at this black, white, and blue sitting room!

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Blush is a sweet accent color as well. It’s on trend – and has been for years – and we’ve gushed about this particular space on Trendir. If you want to add a bout of light femininity to a room, blush pink is certainly the accent shade to go with.

Mustard hues are perfect for making a room pop as well. Whether you want to add bouts of glam or more natural elements like you see here at Pampa, don’t sell this shade short. It’s quite versatile!

Plum or eggplant shades can be a beautiful addition to the home as well. They play really nice with crisp whites and creamy neutrals. Just check out how these pops of purple make this living room from Kelly Nan come to life.

Sage green is a stunner that’s overlooked a lot as well. It can really hold its own in a room full of color and bring a natural element to an space. Check out more funky spots like this one by visiting Ad Magazine.

Another green that’s great to use throughout different rooms of the house is neon green. It’s innovative and fun. It’s a really great color to add to play rooms, craft areas, and other youthful, spirited bedrooms for the kids. We found this offbeat space by scrolling through all of the fun over at Pinterest.

Black will always be a great choice in the land of accent colors. Even for nurseries like the one you see here from Domino. It instantly adds a contemporary appeal and sophisticated energy.

Light, aqua tones can be a great addition to living rooms, porches, kitchens, and even bedrooms. There’s a serene quality about it that you won’t ever regret utilizing. That’s why we were so drawn to this comfy sitting space from The Cottage Market.

Apartment Therapy always gets our wheels turning with new ideas. And when we saw this offbeat bedroom, we stopped up the burnt orange idea. If you want to add bohemian or natural elements to your home, why not add some orange shades?

Gold is a new neutral and you don’t even have to use it on the paints or big pieces of furniture. Instead, you can utilize this metallic on the hardwares throughout your home and still get that “pop” your craving. Just look at this bathroom from HGTV as a prime example!

Powdery blues can be quite perfect too. Over on Pinterest, we found this cozy, family-friendly spot and we were immediately drawn to the pastel couch. It adds just the right amount of personality to the area without going overboard or becoming too fussy.

Decorilla went with a fuchsia shade that works nicely within living rooms or even home offices. If you’re looking for a strong, feminine finish to your home, this is the way to go. We love this perfect mix of both purples and pinks.

Cherry reds can be fun as well. And sometimes the accent colors you need aren’t necessarily needed inside. Instead, you can bring life to unsuspecting areas like you see here from Kylie M. Interiors. That red door is a beauty!

Decoist showcased this cheerful workspace and we fell in love with the sunshine yellow accent. Without it, the area would be dull and bland. But with it, you get an area that induces a smile.

And finally, we visited Pinterest once more to find a lavender shade that we fell in love with. It bring a warm, feminine quality to any space you are revamping and it blends so nicely with both wood finishes and brown, neutral shades.

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