2017 Top Colour Trends
Benjamin Moore Top colour for 2017 is Shadow
The top colour trends for 2017 range from deep and luxurious tones of purple, green and blues to much lighter shades of greys, and off whites. The neutral tones allow the clients to combine both palettes.
Yellows, from butter to mustard are making a comeback for kitchens and help to brighten any room.
Top colour for 2017 Benjamin Moore – Shadow 2017-30 – deep, rich purple/grey colour
Top colour picks for 2017 – Grey is still in this year. Lights, darks and medium tones allow customers to play with the depth of colour and also keep to a neutral palette. The warmer beiges and brown colours are definitely on their way out and grey is on its way in.
Pantone colour of the year – Pantone – acidic apple green
Behr had divided their paints into 3 categories: Confident, Composed and Comfortable.
Confident paints are designed to captured your attention and include dusky blues, spicy reds and lime greens.
Composed paints will help traditionalists create a more modern spaces and includes earthy greens and taupes.
Comfortable paints are muted tones that help ease people into accent colours and it includes light pink, blues and yellows.
As always Benjamin Moores CC40 is a good choice for doors and trim work. At Tresham Painting CC40 has served us well over the years. If you need oil trim paint, Benjamin Moore still offers Collection Satin Oil which leaves a nice semi/satin finish with little to no brush mark.