Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

1 Of 11 Palladian Blue, Benjamin Moore”My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore 2 Of 11 Garden Stone, Clark+Kensington”I try to stay away from colors with heavy blue undertones, and I direct my clients toward warm grays that will stand the test of time,” say Ace design expert Katie Reynolds. “This shade is a favorite.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 11 Manchester Tan, Benjamin Moore”This shade is my go-to warm neutral,” says Elissa Morgante, co-principal of Morgante-Wilson Architects. “What I love about Manchester Tan is that it changes with the light. It goes from a rich warm hue to light and fresh depending on the source of the light in the room.” Courtesy of Elissa Morgante 4 Of 11 Compatible Cream, Sherwin Williams”When I need a yellow that isn’t too sunny, I choose this one,” says Jill Hosking-Cartland of Hosking Interiors. “This creamy shade is warm, inviting and very flexible when it comes to coordinating with colors with adjoining rooms.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 11 Intense White, Benjamin Moore”Don’t be fooled by its name — this color gives off a grayish tone.” says Irene Lovett, founder of designstiles. “It’s an ideal backdrop for those who aren’t brave enough to go with a bold color, but still wish for a subtle contrast with white trim. I love pairing this modern hue with transitional furnishings for a more contemporary mix.” Courtesy of Irene Lovett 6 Of 11 Sprout .06, Colorhouse Paint”I always return to this color for ceilings,” says interior designer Chloe Warner. “It isn’t so pink that it stands out, but it reflects flatteringly on everyone in the room.” Courtesy of Chloe WarnerAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 11 Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore”This is my go-to color when working with an open floor plan,” says Abbe Fenimore, founder/principal designer at Studio Ten 25. “A fail-safe neutral, it works with all styles, from traditional to modern, and both warm and cool color palettes. It’s a great alternative to white, as it adds enough color to a room without overwhelming.” Melanie Johnson Photography 8 Of 11 Decorator’s White, Benjamin Moore”This shade has the most brilliant pure white undertones,” says Brittany Zachos of Zachos Design Group. “It’s perfect for bright ceilings, trim and even bathrooms when you want a crisp, clean feel.” Courtesy of Brittany ZachosAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 11 Essential Gray, Sherwin Williams”This color provides a clean, sophisticated backdrop,” says interior designer Kerrie Kelly. “But also adds a nice warmth when paired with white trim.” Courtesy of Kerrie Kelly 10 Of 11 Wool Skein, Sherwin Williams”If you’re looking for a great neutral that will play with the other colors you want to bring into your space, try this one,” says interior designer Arianne Bellizaire. “I love this color because it won’t turn ‘pink’ on you.” Courtesy of Arianne Bellizaire Next Gallery 20 DIY Home Decor Projects A few quick changes are all you need. Oct 5, 2016
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Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

1 Of 11 Palladian Blue, Benjamin Moore”My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore 2 Of 11 Garden Stone, Clark+Kensington”I try to stay away from colors with heavy blue undertones, and I direct my clients toward warm grays that will stand the test of time,” say Ace design expert Katie Reynolds. “This shade is a favorite.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 11 Manchester Tan, Benjamin Moore”This shade is my go-to warm neutral,” says Elissa Morgante, co-principal of Morgante-Wilson Architects. “What I love about Manchester Tan is that it changes with the light. It goes from a rich warm hue to light and fresh depending on the source of the light in the room.” Courtesy of Elissa Morgante 4 Of 11 Compatible Cream, Sherwin Williams”When I need a yellow that isn’t too sunny, I choose this one,” says Jill Hosking-Cartland of Hosking Interiors. “This creamy shade is warm, inviting and very flexible when it comes to coordinating with colors with adjoining rooms.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 11 Intense White, Benjamin Moore”Don’t be fooled by its name — this color gives off a grayish tone.” says Irene Lovett, founder of designstiles. “It’s an ideal backdrop for those who aren’t brave enough to go with a bold color, but still wish for a subtle contrast with white trim. I love pairing this modern hue with transitional furnishings for a more contemporary mix.” Courtesy of Irene Lovett 6 Of 11 Sprout .06, Colorhouse Paint”I always return to this color for ceilings,” says interior designer Chloe Warner. “It isn’t so pink that it stands out, but it reflects flatteringly on everyone in the room.” Courtesy of Chloe WarnerAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 11 Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore”This is my go-to color when working with an open floor plan,” says Abbe Fenimore, founder/principal designer at Studio Ten 25. “A fail-safe neutral, it works with all styles, from traditional to modern, and both warm and cool color palettes. It’s a great alternative to white, as it adds enough color to a room without overwhelming.” Melanie Johnson Photography 8 Of 11 Decorator’s White, Benjamin Moore”This shade has the most brilliant pure white undertones,” says Brittany Zachos of Zachos Design Group. “It’s perfect for bright ceilings, trim and even bathrooms when you want a crisp, clean feel.” Courtesy of Brittany ZachosAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 11 Essential Gray, Sherwin Williams”This color provides a clean, sophisticated backdrop,” says interior designer Kerrie Kelly. “But also adds a nice warmth when paired with white trim.” Courtesy of Kerrie Kelly 10 Of 11 Wool Skein, Sherwin Williams”If you’re looking for a great neutral that will play with the other colors you want to bring into your space, try this one,” says interior designer Arianne Bellizaire. “I love this color because it won’t turn ‘pink’ on you.” Courtesy of Arianne Bellizaire
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Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

Back in 2013, I wrote a post highlighting the best selling and most popular paint colors from Benjamin Moore and that post turned out to be one of the most viewed posts that I have ever written.   In fact, I can see from my stats that people are still referencing that old post today and I thought it was time to update the “best selling” colors for 2015.  So much has changed in the last two years when it comes to paint colors.
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Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

The best paint colors are used over and over by home builders, developers, architects and interior designers and news of a great new paint color travels at rocket speed through the home design world. It also helps that more and more, bloggers and designers are sharing their favorites and Pinterest has become a huge resource for finding amazing colors.

Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

“My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.”
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Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

01 Of 11Palladian Blue, Benjamin MoorePalladian Blue, Benjamin Moore”My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore
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Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

Palladian Blue, Benjamin Moore”My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore
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Bedroom Paint Colors 2015

“My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore
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1 Of 11 Palladian Blue, Benjamin Moore”My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore
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Pantone, the world authority on color, already revealed that their new favorite hue for 2015 is Marsala. But if you’re not in love with the wine-inspired, red-brown shade, don’t fret. Paint companies conduct their own color trend forecasting, too, and we contacted the big names to find out which shades are likely to be popular in the coming year.
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New Color Favorites for the New Year Pantone, the world authority on color, already revealed that their new favorite hue for 2015 is Marsala. But if you’re not in love with the wine-inspired, red-brown shade, don’t fret. Paint companies conduct their own color trend forecasting, too, and we contacted the big names to find out which shades are likely to be popular in the coming year. Read on to see the range of color stories coming from the industry—whether your tastes lean toward saturated blues, seductive dark grays, or cheerful corals, among a rainbow of others.