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2022 Dining Room Paint Color Trends in Omaha, NE

2022 Dining Room Paint Color Trends in Omaha, NE

Looking to freshen up your dining room? Admittedly, not everyone uses their dining room as much as they'd like but updating your walls with a fresh coat of paint might give you a reason to. Our color experts at Brush & Roll Painting have the perfect solutions to perk up your dining room walls. 

When choosing a color, it's great to see what's trending and perusing inspiration, but what's best for you will be whatever fits with your space and personal style. We've rounded up some of our favorite dining room paint shades trending for 2021 and 2022. Read on to see what we picked and what could be the next shade for your dining room walls. 


Dining room with white walls

1. white

Sure, this might be a no-brainer, but you really can't go wrong with crisp white walls in a dining room. If your dining room is lacking in size, white is an excellent choice as it will make your space appear larger. The light reflects the white paint and makes the ceiling look taller. White walls will also let your dining furniture take center stage and allow you to add wall art or a mirror without too much competition to the eye.


Dining room with dark blue accent wall

2. dark blue

An inky, moody shade of blue looks great in any room, but we love it in dining rooms as an accent wall or on all four walls. Darker shades of blue and navy are elegant and pair well with all styles and sizes of dining rooms. Dark and navy blue will be all over in 2022. It's amazing how versatile dark blue is—it goes with cool and warm tones, all interior design styles, and creates depth in small and larger dining room spaces. We love a mid-century modern dining room or a farmhouse or transitional dining room with dark blue walls. 


Dining room with beige walls

3. beige

Creamy beige walls are 100% anything but boring. This classic shade can pull different undertones depending on the natural light available in your dining room, so it never looks exactly the same from room to room. Interior designers and color experts agree that timeless, neutral colors are inviting and comfortable if you're hosting guests. Shades of beige work with light woods, neutral accents, and all decor styles such as traditional, farmhouse, rustic, and transitional.


Dining room with gray walls

4. gray 

An ideal choice for a modern or classic dining room (or something of both), gray is versatile enough for any setting. It plays with both lights and darks, can be warm or cool, peaceful or bold, and adds a touch of elegance. Grey paint accentuates a mid-century modern dining room or farmhouse dining room perfectly. If you have natural light in your dining room, you'll find different shades of gray can pull slightly green or blue. 


Dining room with light green walls

5. light green

Green is an earthy shade that adds tranquility and a touch of modernity to a space. A light green, pistachio hue is unexpected and enliven a dining room. This trending shade isn't going anywhere, and we can see why. It's neutral enough to go with all decor styles and gives a hint of retro charm. 


Red dining room walls

6. red

We hear that having red in a dining room can increase the appetite. Sounds promising! This explains why it's a popular color in restaurant dining rooms. The bold hue of red on the walls also complements traditional and modern styles. Red is a wonderful accent color as well, and if you have a small dining room space, a dramatic color like red will make a big impact. 


At Brush & Roll Painting, we know that home painting is a serious investment. We also believe that any paint job is only as good as the prep. If you want a quality paint job that will stand the test of time, give us a call at (402) 932-9764 or schedule an estimate online.