2016 Paint Color Forecast

2016 Paint Color Forecast

Each year, paint companies release forecasts to predict paint color trends for the coming year. For expect a move from cooler colors to slightly warmer tones. Here are our favorites!

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Looking for cosy living room decorating ideas? Take a look at this rustic country living room from Country Homes and Interiors for inspiration. For more living room ideas, visit our living room galleries

Vintage foot board turned into a cup holder. Pretty. :) <3 http://www.hometalk.com/18508823/a-footboard-upside-down

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My most favourite colour of paint EVER! I've painted a few walls with this beauty. Water Based Paint, Eau De Nil

Laura Ashley Water Based Paint, Eau De Nil In a restful eau de nil tone, a water based paint with a soft matt finish for use on interior walls and ceilings.

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photo of bespoke farmhouse farmhouse kitchen shaker traditional warm sage sage green harvey jones kitchen with belfast sink white walls and range cooker

Silken Pine by Benjamin Moore "Pale green is a kind of universal donor. Even our most beige clients seem to respond well to green, probably because it's a color we see so much in nature. This is a soft, celadony green, like a piece of the palest jade. I'll often use it in a master bedroom." -Elissa Cullman

Advice on Choosing a Paint Color

Silken Pine by Benjamin Moore "Pale green is a kind of universal donor. Even our most beige clients seem to respond well to green, probably because it's a color we see so much in nature. This is a soft, celadony green, like a piece of the palest jade.

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