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Match New adorne® Wall Plate Colors with Today’s Popular Interior Design Styles

June 19, 2024

With the unveiling of the latest adorne Collection Wall Plate colors, we’re all feeling excited about the opportunity to refresh decor and style throughout the home. Whether you’re planning a home renovation project or are simply swapping out your decorative wall plates, we’ve got you covered with the latest adorne Wall Plate hues, all of which feature added Microban-protection. Get some inspiration and explore each of our newest wall plate colors matched to popular design styles and trends.

Our 5 New Decorative Wall Plate Colors


Mystic is a blue hue that perfectly embodies an aesthetic that leans into a calming vibe. From coastal chic to modern farmhouse, Mystic delivers an accent that pairs well with cool colors and soft neutrals and a style that blends natural elements and raw materials with comfortable textures.

And because Mystic can act like a neutral, it also works in more modern styles like Scandinavian design. This interior design style similarly incorporates organic elements and cozy textiles, but it’s most notably popular for its use of clean lines and minimalist forms.


Eclectic and vibrant, Peachy is our take on the 2024 Pantone Color of the Year—a hue that simply makes you want to smile. Peachy adds a splash of color that lends to fun, creative decor styles like bohemian and industrial that incorporate global artistic influences and loads of textures.

Speaking of textures, Peachy even works well in southwestern design as its terracotta tones blend well with rust, clay and cream colors. Unlike the other new plates in this launch, it has a soft touch finish – almost like a peach fuzz.


Oatmeal is a perfectly soft and warm neutral that is as cozy as it sounds. We’ll be honest, Oatmeal matches pretty much any decor style or aesthetic, but there are a few interior trends in particular that are a perfect counterpart. Any style that incorporates natural materials like wood and warm undertones will pair nicely with oatmeal. Consider contemporary, rustic or mediterranean styles that boast rich neutrals, soft textures and earthy tones.


Moody, dark or glamorous design styles are made better with an accent of Evergreen. Perfect for enchanting spaces with luxurious materials and elaborate fixtures, evergreen is a rich and bold hue that matches well with the textures and metallics of styles like Art Deco. It also complements dark woods and airy neutrals that offer a clean balance in design trends like Midcentury Modern.


Rosa is the pink touch that you’ve always wanted, boasting a slight tinge of purple that combines for an elegant hue that is truly chic. Consider Hollywood Glam, French Country or Shabby Chic decor styles that are meant to be perfectly over the top with patterns, shapes and textures. Rosa blends soft femininity with neutral tones that pair well with creams, beige tones, sage green and other tranquil shades as well as vibrant metallics and high gloss fixtures.

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