Since Pinterest is the place people go to for inspiration, when a , you better believe you'll see it in homes everywhere for the next year — or more. That's exactly what's happening to right now, which is a calming, muted gray hue with blue and green undertones.
The brand describes it as a combination of summer warmth and country cool. If you want to embrace it in a charming farmhouse way, a la Joanna Gaines, pair this shade with rustic wood, whitewashed furnishings and cast iron details. For a modern take, look for metallic finishes, shag throw rugs (we recommend in white) and glass surfaces.
If you don't want to dive in head first with paint just yet, we recommend testing out this color in your decor with accessories and furnishings. This throw ($48, ) lets you dip your toe into the trend with a pop of color on your bed or sofa.
Or, pair it with a velvet pillow ($18, ) if you want to make Stardew the primary color in an otherwise white or neutral space.
Bust this checkered placemat ($59, ) out when guests are over and wait for the compliments to start rolling in.
If you're willing to invest in this trend, a barrel chair ($159, ) would look beautiful in your bedroom corner (just don't cover it with clothes!) or in a reading nook.
To let this color take center stage in your home, pair it with , and , which are all complimentary of Stardew, but won't upstage it. Watch this video for even more inspiration: