We help you take the trends found on the high-fashion runways and at exclusive home decorating shows and translate them into projects that fit your life and style. We will keep you up-to-date on the newest trends in pattern, color, surfaces, and more. Share how you incorporate the latest trends into your fashion and home decor with us using #decoartprojects for a chance to be featured.

Tracy Moreau Color Trends 11

By: DecoArt
April 4, 2020

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Tracy Moreau, a DecoArt color expert, shares what colors are on-trend and up-and-coming each week on Facebook. We share her insights with you so you know what is trending in the home décor, craft, and fashion industries. Below are the colors Tracy featured on her Facebook this week. Which colors will you be using this week? Comment below!



French Mauve | Americana Acrylics 
This shade of mauve is a perfect, soft blend of muted pink and lavender. Wear this color or use it on home décor accents for a sophisticated, luxurious look.  Pair with the color below, Eucalyptus Leaf. 


Eucalyptus Leaf | Americana Acrylics 
Eucalyptus Leaf is a brand new green added to our Americana Acrylics line for 2020. We add new Americana Acrylic colors every year to make sure your projects can be on-trend. Use this beautifully refreshing color with mauve, pinks, corals, and metallics. 


Oyster Beige | Americana Acrylics 
Beige creates a clean, modern look perfect for elegant occasions. Pair Oyster Beige with white and champagne gold to achieve a chic vibe. For a bolder look, pair with black, red, blue, or green. 


Bright Orange | Americana Acrylics 
This warm and energetic orange pushes us into summer. Use this dynamic color in fashion and interior design. Pair it with greens, neutrals, metallics, yellow, and grey for a chic, upscale look. 

Comments

Is there or will there be a conversion list from the Media Fluid Acrylics to regular Americana paints? There are many of us who would prefer painting with your wonderful Americana line vs the Fluid Acrylics. I’m one of them that really can’t afford to invest in another line of paint. Thank you for your reply and for your understanding.

Pat Manwell

June 19, 2020

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