Hot Colors for 2016
Many of the paint companies put forth their “hot” color for the year. This year (2016) there are some interesting choices.
Kelly-Moore Paint: Horizon Grey
Kelly-More states: “Gray continues to take center stage for neutrals and this atmospheric mid-toned gray provides comfort and versatility. An understated calm neutral and go to color for a wide variety of items and spaces. It is a natural fit for the bedroom, and living room but certainly not limited to these areas”.
Benjamin Moore: Simply White
Benjamin Moore: “The color white is transcendent, powerful, and polarizing”.
Glidden: Cappuccino White
Olympic: Blue Cloud
Pittsburg: Paradise found
All three are part of the PPG family
Glidden: “A delicate, creamy neutral that creates a peaceful calm in any space. Here, it complements a light neutral in a bright, airy kitchen. Cappuccino White creates a sense of delicacy and graceful design that promotes wellness, purity, mindfulness, balance, privacy and peace. It is the color of seashells and ocean-smooth rocks. The elegant white pairs well with delicate pastels and light neutrals”.
Olympic: “Sparkling and deep undertone that resembles the ocean on a clear day. An unapologetic blue that is easily noticed, it is impactful, self-expressive, social and glamorous. The tone is sparkling and deep”.
Pittsburg: “A calm tone getting a lot of love this year. The quiet shade fits in perfectly with natural environments. It is a serious green that is nurturing as well as sturdy and protective. While Paradise Found appears quiet and muffled, it provides a sense of strength and organic energy that is reminiscent of the military and natural environments”.
Fine Paints of Europe: Piano Key
Fine Paints of Europe: “A rich luminous black. “From high-fashion gowns to high-gloss paint, black is at once classic and rebellious, prestigious and edgy”.
Farrow & Ball: Salon Drab
Farrow & Ball : They actually have 9 new colors this year in. You can see the other 8 here. They have unique colors. I really like what they offer.
Benjamin Moore: http://bit.ly/1SXhPIb
Fine Paints Of Europe: http://bit.ly/1WjC9ZF
Farrow & Ball: http://bit.ly/1SEvKbX