Color Trends of 2019 by Benjamin Moore includes 15 different colors with Metropolitan being the COLOR OF THE YEAR. “Calm, composed and effortlessly sophisticated, Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year 2019, Metropolitan AF-690, exudes glamour, beauty and balance.” The different layers of grey help to soften and soothe a modern home. Have you tried these colors in your home?
Benjamin Moore Unveils Its 2016 Color of the Year: Simply White.
Benjamin Moore creative director Ellen O’Neill describes the Color of the Year 2016, "Simply White. Yes, that inconspicuous hue that often slips off the color wheel and into invisibility is the shade that captures today’s spirit of polished minimalism. It’s the color we forget how much we love. Simply White is used in homes to create 3 things: Texture, Definition and Ambience." The Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2016 is joined by 22 other shades that encourage using Simply White with a larger palette.
White-washed walls, hand-hewn beams... TEXTURE
Coats of white paint refresh rustic boards and beams and take on a warm color as in this master bedroom of a home we built in Utah.
Striking contrasts, bold lines... DEFINITION
Bold colors punctuate the white landscape in this living room we built in Emigration Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Layered whites, diffused light... AMBIENCE
The mix of whites and light creates a beautiful space in this dining room.
For more information visit: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/benjamin-moore-color-trends-2016
Park City, Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc.
BENJAMIN MOORE reveals GUILFORD GREEN HC-116 as its 2015 COLOR OF THE YEAR. Guilford Green is a stunning silvery green that complements both modern and traditional styles in a seamless manner. In addition to unveiling the Color of the Year, Benjamin Moore introduced Color Trends 2015, a curated palette of 23 colors consisting of beautiful green, blue, blush and berry shades that can transform a space.
"We chose Guilford Green as our 2015 Color of the Year because it can be the hero or the highlight in any room, enhancing the architectural identity of a space," said Ellen O'Neill, Creative Director at Benjamin Moore. "Guilford Green is the perfect thread to connect nature, spaces and interiors with color schemes that signify fresh energy and growth."
Homeowners are ready to experiment with color and are more confident with making unique design choices for the home," added O'Neill. "Within each color family in the Color Trends 2015 palette we offer a spectrum of hues to play with and experiment to find what's right for any home."
For more information visit: www.benjaminmoore.com/
Utah's Luxury Home Builders, Cameo Homes Inc.
Benjamin Moore announced its Color of the Year 2014 to be "Breath of Fresh Air" (color number 806). "We chose Breath of Fresh Air because we were seeing it across several different environments—it's our new neutral," said Benjamin Moore Creative Director Ellen O'Neill. "Our Color of the Year and Color Trends 2014 palette is a direct result of the fresh color cues and pastel trends we've seen throughout the home furnishing, fashion and even pop culture landscape."
Here are a few pictures showing the Color of the Year 2014 Breath of Fresh Air:
Utah Luxury Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc.
Benjamin Moore has recently released their color forecast for 2014. They are calling these new colors, "The New Neutral Palette." This color palette was influenced by the home furnishing industry... textiles, carpets, wallpapers, and also color schemes that emerge in landscape design, the auto industry, fashion, and graphics. It includes 23 colors that work well together. Here is a photo of "The New Neutral Palette" by Benjamin Moore:
Benjamin Moore forecasts a shift to pastel colors, a move away from the recent bold colors we have seen a lot of in 2013. The shift moves us towards tints of blues, greens lavenders and pinks, colors that bring happiness into a room and feel light and airy. To see these colors in more detail, visit: http://media.benjaminmoore.com/WebServices/prod/colortrends2014/index.html.
Here are a few rooms in homes we have built using similar colors:
Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc.