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Surprisingly Cool Summer Colours For Your Home

Summer in India has a special place in our hearts. It reminds us of our school vacations when we could play outside, have ice cream and enjoy long days and shorter nights. Summer also reminds us of the cool sea breeze and the warmth of a bright yellow sun. And this season lasts a good four-five months of the year and during this time most of us prefer staying indoors at home. Therefore, it becomes almost essential to have a summer ready home to beat the heat. If you are thinking of renovating your place and looking for some summer paint colour ideas for your home, you have come to the right place. Here are unique cool summer colour combinations that can help you cool down your home and enjoy the season.

But firstly, let us know what kind of colours are trending for summer 2021.

According to Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, “A range of floral hues reflective of gardens in springtime awakens our spirit, reinvigorating our interest in a colour that inspires feelings of much-needed optimism. Colours that are flexible and can work year-round, colours that amalgamate our desire for comfort and relaxation with energy and determination.”

Summer of 2021 will be about inspiring and feel-good colours schemes. There will be neutral hues, floral hues, greens, and more that will top the chart for summer 2021. The overall forecast for summer colour combinations for home interiors will be those that echo subtleness and a season’s playfulness.

Cool Summer Paint Colours For Your Home

Dive Into The Relaxing Turquoise Blue Summertime House Paint Colour

Turquoise blue imparts joy and tranquillity, two crucial factors for a post pandemic world. This colour brings the calmness of the ocean for an easy, peaceful feeling. The colour is bright and happy and therefore ideal as a cool summer colour. Turquoise blue also brings a sense of creativity to homes. Hence you can use it in the corners where you require inspiration and motivation. We have used the colour in a bedroom to create a serene and relaxed vibe in the bedroom. Turquoise goes mostly with a white colour combination. So you can also decorate the place with white furniture elements.

Muted Grey Is One Of The Most Popular Cool Summer Colours

Grey is a modern-day white colour. It is a neutral colour and one that is sleek and modern in its appeal. It is particularly ideal for the summer season because it carries a lightness with it. Grey is often interpreted as a serious and mature colour, however, if used in the right shade, it can be a light colour choice for your home interiors. The colour helps cool down the overwhelming summer heat. In a muted grey toned bedroom, you can accentuate the lightness of the colour with simple and subtle interior elements.

A Pale Peach Cool Summer Colour Can Soothe You From The Heat

Peach is a colour of optimism and calmness. Hence it is the perfect summertime paint colour choice for your place. The colour has a raw and natural earthiness that brings an easy-going, soothing vibe to the place. It is soft on the eyes and perfect if you want to feel peaceful amidst a hot Indian summer. Although perceived as a feminine colour, peach is finding its way out of stereotyping. It is becoming a universally accepted colour for home interiors, especially in tropical regions. The peach shown in this picture is a lighter shade used in a combination of white to create the perfect serene bedroom ambience for the season.

Nothing Is As Soothing As A Greyish Blue Paint Colour

Grey and blue summer colour combinations create an incredibly soothing atmosphere that is quite essential for Indian summer houses. Both these colours together create calmness and bring in inspiring serenity to space. Grey is a colour that imparts balance and harmony while soft blue adds tranquillity and coolness. And when both the colours come together, they create subtle and soothing interiors that are ideal for hot summer days. Here in this image we see a room with a greyish blue accent wall combined with white. The room’s calming colour theme is accentuated by a deep blue couch and a white laminated TV unit.

White Is Obvious But A Classic Cool Summer Colour

White is one of the most universally loved cool summer colours of all times. It brings a pristine and clean look that makes any place prettier. White is also a colour that makes places look spacious and airy, an essential aspect for hot summer season.  White also calms you down and lets you feel liberated. Therefore, white is a good choice for a summer colour combinations. However, frosty white can also be a bit too cold for a home and so it is best used with accent wall colours to add warmth and homely feeling to your all-white summertime paint colour scheme.

It’s Time For The Cool Summer Colour, Beige

Beige is an excellent choice for summertime paint colours. The colour adds a sophisticated appeal along with creating a cool and calm ambience in the interiors. Often associated with luxury design, beige is a simple but modern interior colour that can transform any place instantly. During summer, beige paint colour can create a much-needed soothing vibe in the house. You can choose any shade of colour for the season. Here’s an all beige living room design for you. It’s both serene and elegant one that is perfect for the Indian summer season.

Shine With The Marigold Summertime Paint Colour

Derived from the flower marigold’s name, this colour is a combination of yellow and orange. Both the shades have a playfulness in them, echoing a sense of happiness in the interiors. This shade has to be in your list of priority colour schemes for your 2021 for your home. The colour imbues a positivity in the surrounding. It will shine and produce a beautiful aura whenever the summer heat touches the paint colour. You can mellow down the marigold colour with a white combination in the skirting areas. You can accentuate the marigold colour with beige/natural brown decor items to create a subtle interior design. You can also use the colour as an accent wall colour combined with white.