Category Archives: COLOR TRENDS

PANTONE AUTUMN MAPLE

The ‘Autumn Maple’ color trend is just perfect for the burnt orange fans out there. I happen to love this particular shade of orange. It has just the More

PANTONE MARINA

Today’s color trend has me longing for the beach. It’s a brilliant shade of blue called ‘Marina’ and it’s part of the Pantone Fashion Color Report for Fall 2017. I’m in More

PANTONE SHADED SPRUCE

One glimpse of this color and my stress levels instantly drop. It’s a soothing shade of blue-green that Pantone calls ‘Shaded Spruce’. It’s part of their More

PANTONE GOLDEN LIME

Today’s color trend is a fun lime green tone with a strong vintage vibe. Some might call it a chartreuse. Pantone calls it ‘Golden Lime’ and they’ve included it in their More

BENJAMIN MOORE PINK BLISS

benjamin moore pink bliss color trends 2017

Living Room Closeup by Ceres of The Pink Dream | Anahi Forest Fauna Wallpaper from Brewster Home Fashions | Adelante Boutique Interior by Claire Zinnecker Design – Photo by Molly Culver

Pink Bliss. That’s the perfect description for this ever so subtle pink shade. It’s a pale version of the blush pinks that are so popular of late. I often see More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS POPULAR GRAY

Hello everybody, Bobbi here with a brand new color trend to show you. This one can appear quite mundane on the surface but really is quite More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS SEALSKIN

Today’s color trend is one of my personal favorites. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve used this color in a project. I would describe it as More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS DAHLIA

Would you say this color is a periwinkle blue? I think that best describes it. Or, maybe you would say it’s a lavender blue? Sherwin Williams calls it More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS CUT THE MUSTARD

I love the name of this color and I love the actual color even more! It’s a trendy burnt orange that has so many possibilities. Sherwin Williams calls it More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS TRES NATURALE

Sometimes you just want a simple beige. Something like Sherwin Williams Tres Naturale for instance. But, how do you pull this simple neutral off without More