Are you a blue state? A red state? What about black or gray? We’re not referring to your state’s political affiliations. America's true colors don't follow under any political affiliation, but instead focus on the country's favorite colors based on a new study that ranks home décor purchases nationally and regionally.
Spoon Flower has created interactive, colorful maps onto top décor colors across the country blue was the most purchased décor color in 41 out of 50 states. Following second and third were the colors black and gray.
Blue also topped the list of colors in the 50 most populous U.S. cities such as New York City, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Seattle, Atlanta, Miami, and others. Charleston, West Virginia was the only city whose top home décor color was green.
There are also strong regional differences in color preferences, reveals the study, conducted by Spoonflower. California and the West buy black décor most; the South likes gray; the Northeast, Midwest and the Plains prefer blue.