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2016 Color Forecast: “Chill Out” Colors Are The Hot Picks For 2016

The following article and photos are courtesy of the Paint Quality Institute » original article link

2016 color trends

Off-whites will prevail next year, but very pale blues and greens are also expected to be popular. The lighter, softer color palette – and especially the blue-green hues — will help create a more relaxing environment for busy, hyper-connected homeowners who find more than enough stimulus at work, on the road, and in the other corners of their world.

With wall color trending to the subtle side, the color, pattern, and texture of home furnishings will take on added importance in decor. Well turned out rooms will rely heavily on fabrics and carpeting to impart visual interest. And against lighter walls, artwork will have extra prominence.

Stylish homeowners who still crave some deep color in their rooms will use accent pieces – pottery, planters, throw pillows, and the like — to punctuate their living space. Some may even use deep paint color sparingly, possibly on architectural elements like built-in cabinets and fireplace mantels.

Brass or gold-colored accessories complete the look for 2016. Nicely fashioned door knobs, cabinet hardware, faucets, and bric-a-brac complement the new color palette beautifully. Incorporating at least a few such items into a room adds character and style without compromising the light feel of the 2016 indoor environment.

To learn more about color, home decorating, and home painting, visit the Paint Quality Institute blog at blog.paintquality.com.