Best Interior Paint Colors for 2015 – If you’re the guy who wants to have walls as a backdrop rather than a focal point, you definitely have to choose the neutrals. But all these samples beige, gray, brown and white, mostly mix. You can have poor eyesight by trying to tell the difference between “creamy beige ” and “beige cream .” So here’s a list of the best neutral colors, as on Houzz.
If you’re the guy who wants to have walls as a backdrop rather than a focal point, you definitely have to choose the neutrals. But all these samples beige, gray, brown and white, mostly mix. You could have poor eyesight by trying to make the difference between “Creamambeige ” and “Cream beige .”
Pantone, the world’s colour authority, has already revealed that its new favourite shade for 2015 is Marsala. But if you’re not in love with the red-brown colouring inspired by wine, don’t worry. Painting companies are also making their own prediction of colour trends and we’ve contacted the big names to find out what nuances should be popular over the next year.
Read on to see the range of colour stories from the industry, whether your taste is turning to saturated blues, seductive dark graons or gay corals, under a rainbow of others.
The dark and rich shades at the base of memorable colour moments are obviously what colour experts at Pratt & Lambert 2015 like to do. The deep, opaque black (24-16) enhances the spectacular colour palettes and intense white markings. The brains behind this popular choice and other color trends of the painting society have noted the current propensity of interior designers for dark neutrals instead of the secure beige fortress.
No one will get the optimistic reassurance of the Sherwin Williams coral reef (SW 6606)-not even a boldly black pillow bench. However, the scissors can make this everlasting coloring work in real life. “Its unexpected versatility gives life to a range of design aesthetics, whether traditional, vintage, artisanal or contemporary,” said Jackie Jordan, head of color marketing.