Benjamin Moore Paints have revealed the color of the year, and the result is a color we all know well: Simply White (OC-117). Layer white furniture pieces to create a “simple” yet breathtaking and open feel to your home. The sunlight will radiate throughout your home creating a subtle beauty. Add contrast by painting one wall a striking color which will “convey intent, celebrate form, as fearless, high chrome colors punctuate the landscape,” according to benjaminmoore.com.
Benjamin Moore’s 2016 spring paint palette is familiar with splashes of bold colors for every style. Here are some of our favorites.
Cream Puff (2174-70)
This almost-white pale pink is a perfect subtle dash of color. Add with tans and distressed furniture and you’ll create a home worthy of Joanna Gaines’ approval.
"Calming colors are trending…This lavender is the exact color of the sky at sunset. It's soothing and surprising, and its undertones intensify with the watery reflections of a lake outside,” said Windsor Smith, an innovative interior designer.
Patriot Blue (2064-20)
This is a bold color that brings spaces to life for those looking to brighten their world with pure, inspiring color. Include gold or chrome accessories to create a Parisian Bistro feel.
French Press (AF-170)
You can’t go wrong with neutral browns. Reminiscent of French press coffee from a sidewalk cafe, this deep brown adds a touch of appeal to dens, libraries, or other rooms throughout your home.
Check out the rest of Benjamin Moore's 2016 Spring Paint Trends for more interior design ideas.
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