Color of the year

A collection of photos showing off the selected Color of the Year

The blue-green color of Behr’s In The Moment looks great against the white cabinetry in this country kitchen.

Transitioning away from the monochromatic gray that has been popular in interior design the past few years, Poised Taupe from Sherwin-Williams offers a touch of warming brown to traditional taupe.

Arabella Aqua wallpaper, from York Wallcoverings, features elegant yellow-green and blue flowers—the perfect accent for a cozy bedroom.

Brilliantly matched with elegant white wainscoting, the walls in this master bathroom feature Poised Taupe by Sherwin-Williams.

The fireplace serves as the focal point in this modern living room, featuring Glidden’s Deep Onyx paint.

For modern and transitional designs, like this bathroom, pair Glidden’s Byzantine Blue with pale beige or bright white.

Poised Taupe from Sherwin-Williams brings warm brown and cool gray together—creating the perfect backdrop color for a modern kitchen.

Pair Olympic’s Cloudberry with classic neutrals, such as gray, white or tan to create a simplistic—yet sophisticated—space.

The eclectic pattern featured on the Lulu ottoman by Jessica Charles brings Greenery—the 2017 Color of the Year—to the forefront of the design.

For a traditional style, Glidden’s Byzantine Blue blends perfectly with dark brown hardwood flooring and white molding and trim.

When paired with white, as seen in this sitting room, PPG’s Violet Verbena shows its purple side.

York Wallcoverings’ Serenity Now is just one of several patterns incorporating a hint of Greenery—the 2017 Color of the Year—to this sitting room.

The black and white palette in this modern dining room is brought to life thanks to an accent wall featuring PPG’s Violet Verbena.

Black accents, such as rugs and light fixtures, perfectly complement the violet tone of Olympic’s Cloudberry—a 2017 Color of the Year.

Chella Textiles unveils its Satin Ribbon Stripe fabric in Moss to coincide with Greenery—the 2017 Color of the Year. The durable luxury fabric is mildew and stain resistant, making it perfect for indoor or outdoor use.

The yellow-green hue of the Perlman Settee from Taylor King features a subtle pin stripe for texture.

Billowy white window treatments and molding juxtapose the dark purple walls featuring Benjamin Moore’s Shadow paint.

The Keller Chair from Hancock & Moore features an eye-catching striped pattern that incorporates a pop of Greenery with chocolate, navy, cream and bright blue.

The purple-blue hue of PPG’s Violet Verbena, seen on this bedroom wall, allows it to embrace the middle ground between masculine and feminine.

Despite its deep amethyst color, Benjamin Moore’s Shadow works well with bright pops of pink, orange and red.

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