Today I'll be sharing some of these color trends, along with some products for the home to get you ready for 2017!
Benjamin Moore - ShadowI this might be my favorite color in the bunch! Anything dark and moody always excites me, and I love this super rich purple. I think this color would work really well in a smaller room that gets a lot of natural light with tons of windows. It would also be great as an accent wall! If you're not ready to take the plunge with paint, it would be a great color to use with bigger pieces of furniture, art, or just a pillow!
- I'm obsessed with the color and shape of this Loveseat
- A much more subtle use of purple in this beautiful piece of Art
- Definitely a bold choice, but this Chair will make a statement!
Sherwin Williams - Poised TaupeHow relaxing and soothing is this color!? I immediately feel more calm when I look at this picture, so I think this would be a perfect color to use in a bedroom. This is a really interesting and unique shade, because it can look completely different depending on what other colors you use. I love how in this image there are a lot of neutral and wood tones, which keeps the space feeling very serene.
- The beautiful subtle pattern on this Throw blanket will definitely give any bedroom a spa-like feeling
- Definitely a splurge, but these Silk sheets look so luxurious
- Such a cool little Table lamp that you will love to show off
Dunn-Edwards - Honey GlowNow we're getting bold! This shade is definitely not for the faint of heart. It's bold, bright and in your face! With such an in-your-face color, I feel like it would be best suited for a room that requires you to be alert and awake- the office. Either used all over the walls, or with carefully selected accessories, this color can really waken up a forgotten space.
- A Pillow with just a few hints of the beautiful yellow color
- Ready to go bold? This Chair looks chic, and super comfortable for a reading nook
- Store all of your books and knickknacks in this cute little Cabinet
Which is your favorite color?
Do you like to go bold when painting a room?