The 2024 Pinterest color palette is what bedroom decor dreams are made of

The new Pinterest color palette is the perfect way to upgrade your bedroom decor this spring

A collage of a desert orange, moss green, and mocha brown series of neutral, warm bedrooms, with the corresponding Pinterest color palette swatches over each bed
(Image credit: Bed Threads/ Pinterest/ @goldenhourabode)

Ready for a bedroom refresh? The newly released 2024 Pinterest color palette is a seriously underrated source of gorgeous home decor inspiration, and you need to know about it.

This versatile palette was created with everything from fashion to interiors in mind and is a cheat-sheet for beautiful, trendy decorating. We spoke to experts, including color theory pros, to discover why each tone made the cut, as well as renter-friendly ways to bring your favorite hues from the Pinterest color palette into your bedroom.

Plus, we scoured our socials for real-life examples of the most stylish picks in each shade to help you create an on-trend small bedroom and moodboard-worthy sleep sanctuary. 

The 2024 Pinterest color palette

A portrait of Matt Siberry, Head of Home at Pinterest UK. He is a Caucasian male with short brown hair and light brown eyes, wearing a brown sweater
Matt Siberry

Matt brings tech and retail experience to his role as Head of Home at Pinterest UK, where he works closely with major retailers and top interior creators to forecast and share emerging home trends.

Before we deep-dive into the Pinterest color palette, we had to speak to the pros— starting with Pinterest's Head of Home, Matt Siberry.

"As the ultimate destination for home inspiration, we’ve created our very own colour palette inspired by our Pinterest Predicts trends report for 2024," he says. "We're here to help people plan which colours to shop and use for their homes, and this is the first time we’ve ever released color palette predictions."

When it comes to translating these tones to home spaces, color expert and content editor for Livingetc, Aditi Sharma Maheshwari, recommends leaning into a few tones in particular.

"The Pinterest palette is wonderfully wide-ranging and has something for everyone," she says. "I can see the Desert Orange, Moss Green, and Mocha Brown playing out well in interiors, with the Gummy Pink adding a pop of color.

"These colors are in line with the current mood across both fashion and interiors, and can create the perfect, on-trend environment."

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari is a woman with dark brown, shoulder-length hair and a medium-olive skin tone, wearing a high-neck tweed dress and sitting in a neutral living room on a subtly patterned sofa
Aditi Sharma Maheshwari

Aditi is a design and architecture journalist with over 10 years of experience at some of the world's most popular homes titles. She now brings her expertise to Livingetc as their content editor and resident color expert.

Desert Orange

A large, airy, neutral bedroom with a terracotta, clay, and rose bedding, and a nightstand with eucalyptus greenery in a glass vase. Pinterest's Desert Orange swatch is an overlay


(Image credit: Bed Threads/Pinterest)
Selfie of Eve Smallman
Eve Smallman

Eve is our very own trends expert here at Real Homes, and brings five years of homes and lifestyle writing experience, a degree in journalism and NCTJ gold diploma to the team. She covers the latest in home decor trends, interiors advice, and design do's and don'ts.

We're welcomed to the 2024 Pinterest color palette with one of its most inviting shades: Desert Orange. Similar to Pantone's Peach Fuzz — their 2024 Color Of The Year — this orange hue brings a cozy, comforting feel, making it perfect to surround yourself with in a snuggly bedroom.

"We’ve seen warmer colors being top of the small space color trends for 2024, with designers leaning toward shades ideal for making homes feel cozy and inviting," our trends writer Eve Smallman says. "Desert Orange, in all its hues, will do all this and more."

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Gummy Pink

A bed with white bedding, sage green accent pillows, a flower-shaped throw cushion, and a lilac and pink painted checker headboard, surrounded by floating bookshelves and with Pinterest's Gummy Pink swatch overlaid

Image Credit: @theintrovertedition

(Image credit: @theintrovertedition /Pinterest)

Meet Gummy Pink: the cooler, more sophisticated older sister of the Barbiecore-esque magenta hues we saw dominating the fashion, pop culture, interiors scenes in 2023.

"At its full saturation, Gummy Pink is a super-vibrant shade, so you wouldn’t want it to dominate the space," Eve explains. "Think of it as an accent to use with art prints and soft furnishings, or lean into the pastel and light versions for a full bedding set."

Pinterest's Head of Home, Matt Siberry, agrees.

"Those looking for a more subtle approach can flush their rooms with seasonal pink tulips or blush-toned candles," he says.

Aqua Blue

An aqua blue-themed bedroom with shades of light and darker teal bedding and rattan accents

(Image credit: Magiclinen/Pinterest)

Last year marked the arrival of coastal grandmother and coastal cowgirl decor inspiration. This year, Pinterest is predicting a continued rise in our love for the sea through makeup looks, ocean-based aesthetics, and of course, home decor.

"Aqua Blue is a color known for its calming qualities, thanks to its ocean-like serenity," Real Homes trends writer, Eve, explains. "Drifting off to sleep with blue skies and fluffy clouds in mind is such a dreamy thought, which is why this shade is one of the best for bedrooms."

"Not only does the color evoke relaxed and calming undertones, but it can also help to create the illusion of a larger space," Matt adds.

Moss Green

An airy, green-themed bedroom with sage, moss, and olive green bedding, houseplants, and rattan details, alongside Pinterest's moss green color swatch

(Image credit: Bed Threads/Pinterest)

"As homes are becoming more like sanctuaries, there's a newfound love for nature-inspired hues that have an inherently calming effect," color theory expert, Aditi explains. "Moss Green can create a perfect, calming mood and environment in a bedroom."

Moss green can easily be brought in to your small bedroom with tropical indoor plants, which will refresh your small bedroom and give it a natural-looking finish. 

Mocha Brown

A light-dappled, warm brown bedroom filled with retro decor, including a disco ball, floral groovy throw blanket, and houseplants

Image Credit: @goldenhourabode

(Image credit: @goldenhourabode /Pinterest)

Coffee lovers, rejoice. Pinterest's final color in its palette is perfect for you. Inspired by all the best aspects of your morning brew, Mocha Brown is a versatile, elevated neutral, and can be used in every element of bedroom decor.

"For those who prefer more neutral interiors, Mocha Brown balances out colourful spaces with deep earthy tones," Matt says. "Inspired by the Cafecore and Western Gothic Predicts trends, the palette ranges from greyish browns to deep caramel hues."

"Whether you like a milky latte color or a deep americano hue, Mocha Brown comes in lots of delicious shades," Eve says. "It brings a cozy vibe that aligns with Pinterest's wider interiors predictions for 2024, and I love the idea of carrying the coffee shop vibes to your home beyond the kitchen."


Making use of Pinterest's color palette in your small bedroom is the perfect way to stay in touch with your favorite aspects of 2024's trends, even outside of the world of interiors.

"Trends in interiors and fashion are always entwined, with people building their desired aesthetic through their clothing and decor choices," Eve concludes.

Looking for more intersections between fashion and decor? Check out the unexpected red theory.

Nishaa Sharma
Staff Writer

Hi! I’m the social editor here at Real Homes, using my nine years of social media experience to bring you the latest and greatest in home trends, interiors aesthetics, and celebrity finds. When I’m not scrolling or filming the best home decor for your small space, you can find me exploring the cutest villages and brunch spots, or snuggled up on the sofa with a new recipe, my husband, and our puppy, Ebble.

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