Benjamin Moore Color Trends for 2015


Have you seen the new Benjamin Moore color palette for 2015? There are over 3,500 colors to choose from. The colors range from classic, cool neutrals to warm statement colors.

The 2105 Benjamin Moore color of the year is Guilford Green. This beautiful silvery green goes with almost anything and blends well with a huge variety of color selections. You can browse the entire palette and read more about the collection on the Benjamin Moore website.

It’s important to remember when choosing a paint design for your new home in North Kingstown, RI that the colors flow from room to room. You do not have to stick to only one color. You can select a mixture of colors and shades. Just make sure all of the colors have the same hue so they coordinate and complement each other.

With the Benjamin Moore collection it’s easy to create layers that go together. For example, Patriotic White goes well with Midnight Blue and Gentle Gray. Another great color palette for Patriotic White is Delray Gray and Senora Gray.

For a bolder blue shade try the Blue Danube. This color looks amazing with Philadelphia Cream and Yellow Freeze. If the goldish tone of Yellow Freeze is not what you’re looking for then try a combination of Blue Danube, Silver Half Dollar and Frostine. The dark blue, grey and frosty tones combine into a crisp, cool, welcoming palette.

The deep dark plum color Caponata pairs very nicely with Chantilly lace for the trim color. The color is bold and very elegant and will definitely catch the eye of any guest who enters into your room. It some cases Caponata may be used as an accent wall to add a pop of color to the room.

Benjamin Moore color trends for 2015 are truly amazing. At h.a. Fisher Homes we are proud to use Benjamin Moore Paint in our new homes at Reynolds Farm in North Kingstown, RI. Whatever paint colors you choose, make sure your color selection is the right combination to fit your personality and lifestyle. Your home should be a personal reflection of your inner beauty brought to life through color and thoughtful design.