2015 Colors of the Year

Design Trends

The 2015 Colors of the Year have been announced by the biggest names in color and the contenders are competing for top popular pick! Here’s the gorgeous new lineup for next year:

  • Behr “Seared Gray”
  • Behr’s 2015 Color Trends palette includes their new “Deep Dreams Collection” and they have named Seared Gray T15-2 from this group as their top pick of the year. This serene, dreamy charcoal is meant to feel mystical and relaxing.

    Behr Seared Gray Blog Image

  • Benjamin Moore “Guilford Green”
  • Benjamin Moore selected from their “Historic Color Collection” for their Color of the Year. It is meant to be a timeless, natural neutral that works in traditional or contemporary spaces.

    Benjamin Moore Guilford Green Blog Image

  • Pantone “Marsala”
  • Always the trendsetters to watch, Pantone has selected a hue that embodies the wine that gave Marsala its name. It is meant to evoke a rich, natural, sophisticated earthiness and make a bold yet elegant, grounded statement that translates seamlessly from fashion to interior design.

    Pantone Marsala Blog Image

  • PPG Pittsburgh Paints “Blue Paisley”
  • PPG Pittsburgh Paints selected an almost electric shade of blue for its Color of the Year. They were seeking a vibrant yet stylish color that speaks to the global eclecticism of technology and nature.

    Pittsburgh Paints Blue Paisley Blog Image

  • Sherwin-Williams “Coral Reef”
  • Sherwin-Williams went all in for optimism with their lively, pinky-orange hue. They want to encourage upbeat creativity that is versatile enough for traditional or contemporary designs.

    Sherwin Williams Coral Reef Blog Image

What is your favorite Color of the Year? Vote for your favorite on our Facebook page or look at more examples on our Pinterest board.

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