Choose your perfect shade of Cinnamon!

These are the on-trend shades of cinnamon for 2024 – which will you choose?

Sometimes, you need warmer colors for your space and your art projects. Cinnamon is a lovely color that brings so much warmth and comfort to a space.

There is more than just one shade of cinnamon that you can use, and we have 25 of the best shades of cinnamon to consider for your home.

This way, you can find the perfect shade no matter what kind of space you have!

Here are our Readers Most Voted for Shades of Cinnamon


RGB: 210, 105, 30
Hex: #D2691E
Common Uses: Kitchens and living rooms.
Matches well with: Light blue.

This first shade is a standard cinnamon hue, meaning it is deep, rich and vibrant. The warmth of this color makes it perfect for spaces you want to have a similar warmth and coziness.

Light Cinnamon

RGB: 232, 129, 80
Hex: #E88150
Common Uses: Bedroom décor or living rooms.
Matches well with: Baby blue.

Standard cinnamon may be a bit too dark for your purposes, in which case you may consider light cinnamon. This shade is a bit lighter and less intense, so it’s good for creating warmth without being too dominant.

Dark Cinnamon

RGB: 160, 90, 44
Hex: #A05A2C
Common Uses: Home exteriors or muted color schemes.
Matches well with: Pastel Yellow.

Perhaps standard cinnamon wasn’t quite dark enough for you. If so, dark cinnamon takes the opposite approach to the previous shade and makes it even darker and richer, almost to the point of being brown.
It’s perfect for more muted, dark color schemes.

Deep Cinnamon

RGB: 139, 69, 19
Hex: #8B4513
Common Uses: Earthy color themes.
Matches well with: Dark purple.

Deep cinnamon goes in a similar direction to the previous shade as it’s similarly dark and luscious. It could be used for earthy color themes or similar color schemes to dark cinnamon.
It’s also a good choice for exterior spaces in your home.

Pale Cinnamon

RGB: 219, 147, 112
Hex: #DB9370
Common Uses: Living rooms and dining areas.
Matches well with: Pastel Yellow.

Pale cinnamon is a lovely, subtle shade that can be used for so many rooms and color schemes. I would definitely consider this shade for a living room or dining area, but what rooms do you think would be suited to it?

Vivid Cinnamon

RGB: 220, 108, 60
Hex: #DC6C3C
Common Uses: Bedroom décor and accessories.
Matches well with: Dark pink.

Sometimes, you want a bit of warmth to a color without it being overpowering, and vivid cinnamon achieves just that. It’s warm yet still muted enough that you can use it for color accents or as a dominant color.

Rich Cinnamon

RGB: 175, 110, 77
Hex: #AF6E4D
Common Uses: Dark color counterpoints or grounded color themes.
Matches well with: Pastel yellow.

Rich cinnamon darkens things a bit again for a more earthy color that can serve as a good counterpoint to brighter colors.

Alternatively, you could have it as a dominant color and have brighter color accents paired with it instead.

Warm Cinnamon

RGB: 210, 126, 77
Hex: #D27E4D
Common Uses: Kitchens or cozy spaces.
Matches well with: Light Blue.

Warm cinnamon takes the beauty of standard cinnamon and gives it a touch of warmth. This makes it a good choice for a space that needs to have a cozier, warmer feeling.

I could definitely see myself using this shade for a kitchen or a cozy bedroom, for example.

Bright Cinnamon

RGB: 232, 124, 97
Hex: #E87C61
Common Uses: Girl’s bedroom or nursery.
Matches well with: Light blue.

Bright cinnamon has a pink hue to it that gives it a different feeling to some of the shades we have seen before. I think this would be a lovely fit for a girl’s bedroom or even a nursery to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Pastel Cinnamon

RGB: 227, 184, 153
Hex: #E3B899
Common Uses: Living rooms or bedrooms.
Matches well with: Pale pink.

Pastel cinnamon is subtle, soft and warm. It is a good color for living rooms, bedrooms or any other space that benefits from a warm yet subtle color as the main color for the space.

Does pastel cinnamon seem like a color you could incorporate into your home?

Neon Cinnamon

RGB: 255, 111, 60
Hex: #FF6F3C
Common Uses: Warm living rooms or kitchens.
Matches well with: Light pink.

Neon cinnamon is surprisingly muted, given its title of neon. It’s a beautiful, pastel orange shade that would be a calming yet warm color for any space you want to use it in.

A living room or kitchen would be a great choice for this color!

Peach Cinnamon

RGB: 217, 140, 120
Hex: #D98C78
Common Uses: Bedrooms or offices.
Matches well with: Burnt yellow.

Peach cinnamon brings a lovely pink pastel hue to the color, and it’s rich and warm while also being delicate and pretty. You could easily use this for a bedroom or maybe an office.

Whatever you use it for, it will bring warmth and love to any space.

Coral Cinnamon

RGB: 204, 127, 97
Hex: #CC7F61
Common Uses: Bedroom colors and accents.
Matches well with: Pale yellow.

Coral cinnamon is a slightly lighter shade than the previous one, and this may be more to your taste.

It could be used as a bedroom color scheme, or you could use it as an accent to brighter colors like a pale yellow.

Apricot Cinnamon

RGB: 240, 178, 158
Hex: #F0B29E
Common Uses: Girl’s rooms or nurseries.
Matches well with: Light Blue.

Apricot cinnamon makes the shade even lighter than the previous two shades, and it has a lovely pink softness to it. I think this would be a perfect fit for a girl’s room or maybe a nursery.

Sunset Cinnamon

RGB: 181, 99, 78
Hex: #B5634E
Common Uses: Color accents and dark color schemes.
Matches well with: Dark blue.

If you prefer darker shades, then sunset cinnamon brings things back to a darker, richer shade. It still has that pinkness of previous shades but much darker, making it a cozier, more intimate color shade.

It could be a color accent or a dominant color for a darker color scheme.

Burnt Cinnamon

RGB: 0, 139, 139
Hex: #8A3F20
Common Uses: Dark color schemes and muted themes.
Matches well with: Pastel blue.

Burnt cinnamon is a slightly darker color compared to the previous shade, but only slightly. This gives you some options if you prefer a darker shade, and you can incorporate it into your design.

Golden Cinnamon

RGB: 192, 118, 71
Hex: #C07647
Common Uses: Warm bedrooms and kitchens
Matches well with: Dark yellow.

Golden cinnamon makes things lighter again while keeping the warmth of the color. You could use this as a stunning color choice for many rooms in your home, or it could be a great color accent as well.

Honey Cinnamon

RGB: 209, 137, 102
Hex: #D18966
Common Uses: Kitchen walls and color schemes.
Matches well with: Light blue.

Honey cinnamon has a good name, as it does make me think of a mixture between honey and cinnamon! It is as rich as its namesake and looks amazing.

You could use this for a wonderfully rich and inviting color scheme or as a color accent in a larger decoration scheme.

Mango Cinnamon

RGB: 235, 174, 156
Hex: #EBAE9C
Common Uses: Girl’s bedrooms or color accents.
Matches well with: Yellow.

If you like these cinnamon shades to be more on the pink side, then mango cinnamon is one you can consider. This is a lovely dark pink shade, and it could be great for a mature girl’s room color scheme.

Pumpkin Cinnamon

RGB: 255, 175, 152
Hex: #FFAF98
Common Uses: Bedrooms or party décor.
Matches well with: Light blue.

Pumpkin cinnamon presents a slightly lighter shade than the previous one. This makes it another great option for a girl’s bedroom, but you could use it for other spaces that you want to look prettier and more inviting.

Can you think of a good use for this color in your home?

Amber Cinnamon

RGB: 255, 190, 162
Hex: #FFBEA2
Common Uses: Lighter color schemes and accents.
Matches well with: Baby blue.

Amber cinnamon makes it even lighter for a bubblegum pink that is lovely to look at. It gives you another option that may be a bit more subtle and versatile than some of the darker shades.

Citrus Cinnamon

RGB: 255, 218, 185
Hex: #FFDAB9
Common Uses: Nurseries and playrooms.
Matches well with: Pale yellow.

Citrus cinnamon is another soft and subtle shade that creates a lovely feeling of calm and peace. It would be perfect for a nursery or a playroom, as it will be soft enough to not be overwhelming for little ones.

Creamsicle Cinnamon

RGB: 255, 215, 167
Hex: #FFD7A7
Common Uses: Living rooms or dining rooms.
Matches well with: White.

Creamsicle cinnamon is a classy, classic shade that could be used for so many different uses and color schemes. If you pair it with white, it makes for a lovely combination that you can use as a color scheme.

Zest Cinnamon

RGB: 255, 167, 104
Hex: #FFA768
Common Uses: Dining rooms or kitchens.
Matches well with: Blue.

Zest cinnamon is a slightly darker pink that creates a warm feeling when you look at it. This makes it great for dining rooms, kitchens or any other spaces you want to feel warm and inviting.

Mandarin Cinnamon

RGB: 255, 179, 128
Hex: #FFB380
Common Uses: Bedrooms or offices.
Matches well with: Pale yellow.

Mandarin cinnamon is the final shade in this collection, and it’s a good halfway point between the lighter and darker shades we have seen so far. It’s a beautiful choice you could use in many different ways!

In Summary

With so many shades of cinnamon to choose from, it can be overwhelming. Hopefully this compilation makes it easier for you to choose the perfect shade for you!

My personal favorite was honey cinnamon, as it was so rich and warm. Maybe you share this favorite with me, or you may have a few other favorites of your own!

Which shades will you choose for your home?

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