Paint Color Trends for 2015 from Benjamin Moore

Though gray is still popular in home decorating right now, it has been a trend for about five years now. It’s still going strong, but if you want to find something new or be the trendsetter among your friends why not try something else?

Benjamin Moore has some new color trends for 2015 that you might want to try in your home. They have noticed that many people are moving towards monochromatic color schemes and they have come up with four color families that are popular now and that you can choose from to paint your home.

The four color families are:

  1. Green
  2. Berry
  3. Blush
  4. Blue

All of these colors will work with gray since they are on the neutral side of the color spectrum. The greens on their list are:

BM Greens 2015

From left to right the colors are Guilford Green HC-116, High Park 467, Jack Pine 692, Split Pea 2146-30, and Timothy Straw 2149-40.


Next, is the berry color family:

BM Berry 2015

These are Cinnamon Slate 2113-40, Old Claret 2083-30, Carter Plum CW-355, and Caponata AF-650.


In the Benjamin Moore Blush family for 2015 are:

BM Blush 2015


From left to right they are Chantilly Lace 2121-70, Pink Damask OC-72, Seahorse 2028-70, Soft Sand 2106-60, and Portland Gray 2109-60.


Our last color family is Blue:

BM Blue 2015

Your blues are Patriotic White 2135-70, Harbor Fog 2062-70, Blue Hydrangea 2062-60, and Blue Danube 2062-30.

Leave a comment below if you’ve tried any of these colors in your own home or just to let me know what you think of these color ideas for 2015. If none of these are what you are looking for, you can click here to visit my website and see if my Design Hotline service might be a fit for you.




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