by Client Care
on Thursday, February 27th, 2014 at 3:43pm.
Color inspiration can come from a variety of places, but if you are looking to redo or makeover your home, or any room in it, it is best to use a color palette that will continue to grow on you over time. Splashes of color can be applied sparingly to bring in new life to dull furnishings, or fully by painting a room an entirely new color. Each year color trend forecasters use a variety of information from several different industries to determine which colors will be considered trend setting for the upcoming year. Even though the color of the year might be too trendy for some tastes, there always seems to be some variation of more traditional colors as well that are popular each year. Whether you end up going with a bright new look or want to hold true to a more classic color palette, looking at what's hot and what's not is a great place to start when figuring out your personal interior design style.
Here is a collection of what leaders in the industry are saying will be the most fashionable colors for your home this spring 2014.
Behr's most popular color palettes for 2014 are a mix of rich tones and blissfully earthy tones as well. The Seaside Harmony combination is modern and beachy, yet sophisticated, while their Urban Alternative palette is rich, warm and inviting. http://www.behr.com/consumer/inspiration/2014-color-trends
The Benjamin Moore website features a wonderful array of their hottest colors for 2014, which highlights their new line of neutrals. Colors like Caribbean Teal and Castleton Mist are subtle, yet full of life, and provide versatility for a variety of homes, architectural styles, decors, and personalities. http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/color-trends-2014
Note: If you are picking a color to paint a room you will have to take more into consideration than just which hue you like the best. Things like the size of the room, how much light comes in, what the room is used for, what decor will go in the room, and what the adjacent rooms look like all will affect whether or not the color splash you chose was trash, or worth the cash!!!!