With Benjamin Moore’s 2023 Color of the Year being announced shortly, we’re traveling back in time for a blast from the past to look at the choices unveiled over the past decade. Each one perfectly captured the look and feel of that moment in time, reflecting the year’s global trends in art, fashion and interior design.
The old school thinking that you can’t wear white after Labor Day is as silly as believing you can’t drink coffee on days that end in Y. And we simply don’t want to live in a world where either is true.
Curious about those empty shelves? Like most industries, Paint companies have been affected by the pandemic. However, many more factors have caused your favorite paint store to have bare shelves. Read on to discover why more than just the Covid pandemic has affected all the paint and manufacturing industries.
Make room for creativity with October Mist 1495, the Benjamin Moore color of the year 2022. A gently shaded sage color that encourages individual expression while anchoring any space making it suitable for both modern and traditional designs. Endless combinations are possible with the nature inspired color palette of 2022.
October Mist 1495, a gently shaded sage green, has been selected as Benjamin Moore's Color of the Year 2022. October Mist and the entire Color Trends 2022 palette are so versatile they embrace individuality while encouraging color experimentation for any style room.
With Benjamin Moore’s 2022 Color of the Year being announced shortly, we’re feeling nostalgic about the choices unveiled over the past decade. Each one perfectly captured the look and feel of that moment in time, reflecting the year’s global trends in art, fashion and interior design.
We know you’ve got your hands full, juggling the demands of working from home while helping your kiddos get the hang of e-learning models. But here’s a fun project the whole family can get behind: painting the kids’ rooms. Consider it part of the real-world curriculum. And because it involves their own rooms, the kids will be genuinely invested in the outcome.
Have you heard the phrase, “You will never get a second chance to make a first impression”? As many have experienced this first hand, they understand how crucial a first impression is. But first impressions don’t start when you say the first hello, first impressions start when the newcomer walks up the front steps to your door. No matter the colour, your front door is more than a transition from the outdoors in, your front door is the first hello.
Your front door is so much more than an entranceway – it’s a chance for your home to make a statement and say, “Hello, world!” What really speaks volumes is a fresh coat of curb appeal. Go bold with the paint colour of your front door and life instantly becomes more interesting.