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By now, we've all heard that Caliente is Benjamin Moore's Color of the Year (not to be mistaken with Pantone's Ultra Violet, THE Color of the Year), and according to Ellen O'Neil of Ben Moore,

"Caliente is the signature color of a modern architectural masterpiece; a lush carpet rolled out for a grand arrival; the assured backdrop for a book-lined library; a powerful first impression on a glossy front door. The eye can’t help but follow its bold strokes. Harness the vitality.”

But since red tends to be pretty low on my list of go-to colors, I'm personally more interested in the other beautiful hues outlined by Ben Moore to be the it- colors this year. I'm especially drawn to a rose/gray palette, which this year's color trends favor an a multitude of hues and saturations. Feast your eyes on the full roster of this year's color MVPs in action as designers are already implementing them in innovative projects around the web!


1. Pleasant Pink

Via Modern Floor Lamps

2. Texas Rose

Via Blackhawk Hardware

3. Caliente

Via Motley Decor

4. Deep Poinsettia

Via Paintzen

5. White Opulence

Via Vogue

6. Saddle Soap

Via Sarah Baynes

7. Cherry Wine

Via Real Simple

8. Cranberry Cocktail

Via Pinterest

9. Dreamy Cloud

Via Decor Pad

10. Stone

Via Postcards From the Ridge

11. Smoked Oyster

Via Coulters

12. Incense Stick

Via Bob Vila

13. Excalibur Gray

Via Benjamin Moore

14. Wolf Gray

Via Emily Henderson

15. Black Beauty

Via Pop Sugar

16. Sharkskin

Via Pinterest

17. Moonshine

Via Young House Love

18. Silver Marlin

Via Home Decorating Ideas

19. Carolina Gull

Via This Old House

20. Elk Horn

Via Benjamin Moore

21. Peau de Soie

Via Style Files

22. Coastal Path

Via Benjamin Moore

23. Golden Retriever

Via Billie Lourd


Do you think Benjamin Moore is spot on, or so off? Let me know what you think in the comments below! And if you're ready to give your home a spring refresh, let's work together! Learn more



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