Those involved in the interior design and fashion world eagerly await an announcement by color experts, Pantone, of the color of the year. This year they caught everyone who was expecting some shade of blue off guard by selecting Marsala as the 2015 Pantone Color of the Year.
According to the executive director of Pantone Color Institute, Leatrice Eiseman, “Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, one that draws us in to its embracing warmth…nurturing and fulfilling.”
While this color is as rich and delicious as the wine it is named after, it is also a versatile shade that will be right at home in any room in your home from the kitchen to the bath to the bedroom or will warm up the lobby and guest rooms of a boutique hotel. It is easily paired with most colors and will complement all types of wood and metal used in the space. Hospitality and residential designers alike will find many uses for this new color.
In the kitchen
A crisp and clean contemporary kitchen with Marsala walls, small appliances or fabric provide the perfect backdrop for stainless steel hardware.
In the bath
Whether it is in a beautiful spa bath at home or a luxury hotel retreat, the beauty of bronze or high polished brass fixtures, hardware and bath accessories make a striking combination when paired with richly hued Marsala linens and paint in a more traditional setting.
On the exterior
Add a punch to the entry by painting the door with this new color and using oil rubbed bronze hardware for a warm greeting to guest or clients.
How will you use this latest color trend in your upcoming projects?
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