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These are the Top 5 Interior Paint Colors of 2024

Thinking of painting your home in 2024? Consider using one of these time-honored and of-the-moment interior paint colors this year. Get ready to get inspired!

Welcome to 2024, friends! I absolutely love this time of year. We get to turn over a new leaf, flip the page, start a new chapter, and wipe the slate clean -- all things that I thrive at the very idea of. Which is why I feel like the topic of this post is SO apropos. Painting your home is the single greatest thing you can do to transform your space. A fresh coat of paint has the ability to create a big impact while also improving both the perceived and actual value of your space. If you have interior updates on your list of home projects this year, I encourage you to consider one of the hues I have listed here on my list of Top 5 Interior Paint Colors for 2024.

This year's interior paint colors are inviting, natural, cozy, agreeable and cheerful. Trend-wise, paint hues are getting warmer and more saturated (although not too saturated) and people are starting to have fun with color again. At Hackett House Studio, we are all about creating unique-to-you interiors. We work with our clients to make their homes a reflection of their individual style and tastes, and playing with color is a huge part of that. Inspiration can come from many places, and the below photos have us beyond excited to use this year's colors in new and exciting ways. Let's get right into it!




If you've been here a while, you know that shades of dusty blue have been a favorite color of mine for a long time -- especially when paired with a beautiful brown and lovely polished nickel finishes. Rooms painted in this cozy color ooze comfort, ease and tranquility.

Our favorites:

Skylight by Farrow & Ball

Let it Rain by Sherwin Williams

Stiffkey by Farrow & Ball

Design by Jillian Dinkel

Design by Lewis Berks via Domino



Brown is certainly having a moment, but be careful -- this shade can be tricky to get right. In my experience, every brown paint is either going to lean orange, green or purple. You'll have to experiment with a few sample cans to make sure you get it right for your space, and don't forget to look at it in different types of light before committing to a color.

Our favorites:

Canoe by Sherwin Williams

Wainscot by Farrow & Ball

Chocolate Fondue by Benjamin Moore

Design by Hackett House Studio | Color: Canoe by Sherwin Williams

Shop the Image:

Design by Est Living

Design by Amber Interiors

Design by Jake Arnold



Hues of green have an ethereal, earthy quality that are impossible to dislike. To claim you don't like these shades would be tantamount to admitting you don't like nature -- just preposterous ! If you're looking for a moody, dark color that most designers would qualify as a neutral, then this dark green shade is the perfect fit for you.

Our favorites:

Jade Romanesque by Benjamin Moore

Pewter Green by Sherwin Williams

Minster Green by Farrow & Ball

Design by Hackett House Studio | Paint Color: Pewter Green by Sherwin Williams

Design by Colin King via NY Times

Design by Amber Interiors



Easily the boldest shade on this list, it also happens to be the one I'm most excited about. Fresh ways of using this reddish-purple shade make it feel all at once timeless and of-the-moment. In order to keep this color feeling more serious and less playful, focus on using versions of this hue that have an undertone of brown and are slightly under-saturated.

Our favorites:

Deep Reddish Brown by Farrow & Ball

Dark Auburn by Sherwin Williams

Caponata by Benjamin Moore

Design by Angel O'Donnell

Image via Hotel Julie

Design by Heidi Caillier



This list would not be complete without an update to the world's most popular paint color -- white. This year's whites are moodier and getting creamier by the day. Embrace these warm shades of white that will make your home feel like a soft hug, while still providing that light and airy feel that white is known for.

Our favorites:

Simply White by Benjamin Moore

Greek Villa by Sherwin Williams

Slipper Satin by Farrow & Ball

Design by Hackett House Studio | Color: Simply White by Benjamin Moore

Image via Laseu Studio



For more inspiration, follow Hackett House Studio Interior Design on Instagram and Pinterest.


Thanks for reading! Here's a little bit about us:

Hackett House Studio is a full-service residential interior design studio located in Columbus, OH. Using a combination of your exquisite taste and our creative know-how, we bring your vision of a beautiful and balanced home to life. Here at HHS, we use science-backed research to design carefully-styled spaces that have a positive influence on your health and wellbeing.Our processes have been carefully refined so that we can fully appreciate our clients' personalities and aspirations from the outset. After gaining an understanding of your goals and wishes, we get to work creating functional interiors that enhance our clients' quality of life. HHS designs are timeless, elevated, approachable and, most importantly, a reflection of the beauty and opportunity you desire to bring into your life.Click HERE to read about our services and submit your information in our project inquiry form.

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