According to our stable of interior experts, these are the MVPs so far this year. Pick up a paint brush — you’ll want these modern hues in your home ASAP. We select the Color Trends that are dominating 2016. Take a look:
Restrained and refined in this Manhattan living room, and it serves as a foil to the black sofa and the patinated-bronze coffee table. This apartment is in a skyscraper that dates back to 1929, so the pink is a nod to luxury and exuberence of the Art Deco period. It also references the views of the faded redbrick buildings outside.
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“Yellows tend to go green or brown, but this shade is clear and bright. I´d take a leap of design faith and pair this hue with a lush upholstered bed and mismatched side tables” – Robert Passal
This year, we are seeing soft and sophisticated neutrals everywhere, but not as much on the walls anymore. We love the idea of layering neutral-color furnishings and accessories in rooms with walls painted in intense, saturated colors, like army green.”
Dark teal is incredibly versatile, it´s a color that would equally be at home with rich woods and gilt or with fresh whites and seagrass furniture. A good example of this is the Pacific Ocean Blue.
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