Are future design movements rooted in the past? Sherwin-Williams would certainly suggest so. Sherwin-Williams has revealed the 2023 Color of the Year, Redend Point SW 9081, a mid-tone neutral that walks the line between blush and beige. It’s described as a modern mauve that conjures a timeless elegance, romantic beauty and balance of a time gone by.
As some of you are adjusting to the start of school, everyone in the design world’s sights are set on the trends that will take over in the months ahead—especially the colors we’ll be seeing everywhere next year. Sherwin-Williams is plotting a new course with its Colormix Forecast for 2023: Terra.
Presented as a collection of 40 colors spanning the spectrum of green and blue to brown, warmer neutrals, and even pops of yellow. Terra is separated into four palettes—Biome, Lore, Nexus, and Origin— collectively representing notions of connection, whether with the earth, our creative practices, ourselves, or our wildest dreams.
Benjamin Moore – who heralded Simply White (OC-117) as their color of the year in 2016 – did an about face picking Shadow (2117-30) for 2017.
“Allusive and enigmatic, Shadow is a master of ambiance. It is a color that calls to mind a ‘past,’ yet it can also make a contemporary, color-confident statement,” –Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore’s creative director
Sherwin-Williams has announced it’s pick for 2017 Color of the Year as Poised Taupe (SW 6039).
This color has been described as what you’d get if gray and brown had a baby, but in reality it’s a earthier take on the very popular “greige” trend. Continue reading “Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year 2017: Poised Taupe”