2015 Color Trends
Color plays an important role in a home remodel. A touch of it can jazz up a space, inspire the mind, or soothe the spirit.
If you’re a lover of color, check out this years top colors of the year to inspire the rooms you’re making anew.
Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year:
Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability. Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, one that draws us into its embracing warmth.
-Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director
Pantone Color Institute®
Benjamin Moore Color of the Year:
“A silvery green that works a wide range of color combinations – from neutrals to daring shades.”
Color Marketing Group January Color Alert:
“A color that imbues luxury, comfort and contentment, Smoky Cashmere is set to caress products throughout the year. It can be as demure or mischievous as you wish, but at all times wraps an aura of richness around whatever it touches.”
-Color Marketing Group
Sherwin Williams Color of the Year:
Upbeat and optimistic, Coral Reef celebrates a time for renewal and is the perfect mélange of pink, orange and red that can be used to liven up any space.
“Its unexpected versatility brings life to a range of design aesthetics, whether traditional, vintage, cottage or contemporary.”
-Jackie Jordan, Sherwin-Williams
Director of Color Marketing
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