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2015 Color Trends

COLOR TRENDS 2015
For 2015, Behr would like to give you a glimpse of how rooms look using different tones and values of new trend colors on the walls. The “balance” happens when decorative colors are added in furniture, window treatments and other accessories. We’ve mixed and matched colors from different palettes to show how versatile they can be when partnered with different colors. The result is an inviting, inspiring and harmonious makeover for your room!
Color itself is like one of the senses, enhancing our world and our state of mind. Color can bring about a transformation- energizing, refreshing, calming, expanding or warming your space. Using color at home in a decorating scheme can sometimes be a bit of a balancing act. This is why it's important to select the color that’s just right for your home.

Dark colors will transform a bedroom into a dreamy, mythical landscape. On the walls, Essential Teal , is a profound hue that adds a measure of mystery and majesty. Clean white trim and lampshades add a light contrast, while Heritage Oak is a dark counterbalance in the furniture. Layers of color and texture are found in the bedding, bringing bright pops of color for volume and interest.

An elegant neutral like Seared Gray on the wall allows rich, folkloric textile patterns and exotic fuchsia, Liaison, to shimmer and shine.

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Pastels aren’t just for nurseries anymore -
especially when you combine them with zesty
modern accents. In this traditional bath, frosty
pink walls painted Secret Blush have an airy,
feminine appeal. To keep the room from feeling
“overly sweet,” a pop of Plastic Lime from the
“Social Brights” trend palette appears on the
vintage tub.

The contrast of Dandelion Tea with the
Prime Purple accent is accompanied by a clean
white on the fireplace, shelving and window treatments.

From the cool spectrum, powdery Elusive Blue creates a soothing atmosphere
of tranquility.

The key to using brights is to use them strategically.
They work well when partnered with neutrals, dark
hues or light hues. This contemporary dining room
is a lively place for a conversation with a feature wall in
Sonic Blue, and painted chair leg accents in
Plastic Lime.

The room is further refined with deep magenta
accents in Graphic Grape and offset by walls of light
Dreamscape Gray. Your Majesty, a deep, warm plum,
frames the windows and accents shelving.

Modern styling and black and white décor go hand in hand with the vivacious accent red, Super Hero.

Comfortable, weathered colors
are the hallmark of today’s
midrange neutral palette. This
kitchen is the perfect marriage
of function, color and contentment.
Blue Clay, a dusty aqua, is the casual
companion of a crisp Snap Pea Green.

Cozy Mocha Foam and warm Peach Preserve
fuse rustic and modern furniture with a cozy country charm.

Shelves and workspaces are framed in a backdrop of tempered red-violet,
Mulberry Wine.