Pantone Just Released Its "Color Of The Year". It's an interior design moment we wait for all year, the Pantone Color of the Year. This is the defining hue that takes its cues from the year behind us, and attempts to set the tone for the year ahead. This year, the color experts at Pantone followed up on 2017's Greenery by selecting a hue that's as unexpected as it is refreshing: Ultra Violet. Ultra Violet, or Pantone 18-3838, is a complex, celestial shade of purple, veering toward the cooler end of the color spectrum, that calls to mind the vastness of the galaxy, the power of spirituality, and creative expression in all its forms.
Rich Blue-Greens and Stone Surfaces Transform a Formerly "Cold and Sad" Kitchen. For California designer Caitlin Moran, color was key in renovating a 1920s Dallas kitchen for a childhood friend and her family. “I encourage clients to look beyond a white kitchen,” says Moran, who came up with a budget-friendly update that was more than a paint job but did not require a complete gut. The result: a richly hued space that only looks like an extreme makeover.
10 Paint Colors That Will Never, Ever, Ever Go Out of Style. Not one to be influenced by what's "in style"? Don't care about the Color of the Year? As much as it can be fun to try new trends, who wants to repaint her whole house every few years? "It takes the average consumer more than 100 days from starting to think about a painting project, to completing it," Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams, tells CountryLiving.com. "The majority of that time is spent choosing the perfect color."
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