Which Benjamin Moore paint colors are trending in 2013? Benjamin Moore offers intense colors and interesting combinations for the coming year! Consider it their Bold, Bright and Natural Collection. Be sure you sport a pair of your favorite sunglasses, however... some of these colors are bright!
For a natural look, mix Snow Cone Green 2026-30 with gray or bluish-gray shades:
Whale Gray 2134-40
White River 1499
Gray Sky 2131-70
Complement Green Grove 2138-20 and its brownish-green tones with red or gray colors, mid-blues, or cool silver:
Ruby Red 2001-10
Senora Gray 1530
Mozart Blue 1665
Silver Half Dollar 2121-40.
Combine Outrageous Orange 2013-10 with neutrals for a more reserved look:
Cabin Fever 1540
Polar Frost 1506
How about featuring bright carpet colors instead? Pair your bright furnishings with some of the above gray Benjamin Moore paint colors for a soothing space that offers a whimsy of interest.
If not a carpet, then
perhaps another accessory. Maintaining a balance of relaxation and
liveliness might be good for spaces like living rooms, family rooms, or
Pantone's chosen Color of the Year for 2013 is the lively PANTONE Emerald 17-5641! Pantone is known globally as the provider of a standard color language for the communication of color. This year's Emerald color selection is a vibrant jewel tone (the color of growth/renewal) which enhances one's sense of well-being and promotes balance and harmony. You can always check out Pantone's color book to see their array of colors. According to the Pantone pros, they say that this year's new shades will "soothe, renew, surprise."
At Home…With Emerald...my mother's birthstone. The radiance of this elegant color will create a feeling of luxury in any entryway, dining room, study, or powder room. Create a fresh feel with this mosaic tile backsplash in your kitchen. Regenerate a living room with a coat of emerald on an accent wall. Or choose this recharging tone for bedding and accessories.
Do you dare enter the Emerald world of color? Go on... give it a try!
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