Benjamin Moore Color of The Year 2021 Will Bring Us The Peace We Need at Home!
Our home needs to take a brak after the extra roles it played this year! Benjamin Moore just revealed the color of the year 2021, and we couldn’t be happier to bring a little of peace and serenity! Are you curious to discover which will be the hue that you’ll see everywhere in 2021?
Due to the pandemic crisis, the concept of home has changed. It’s no longer the place where we chill, spend time with our family and recharge the batteries for the daily basis. Actually, it has many extra roles: home gym, home office, and even the meeting point of important business decisions.
Life wouldn’t be the same without color. A different color palette can set an opposite mood, and a bold painted wall can bring the place together. Benjamin Moore definitely knows the importance of color, and it has already revealed the color of the year 2021 that will finally bring some harmony to the chaos we’re living.
Aegean Teal (2136-49) is a mid-tone blue-green hue, chosen before the hectic events of 2020, and this decision couldn’t be better! This specific hue belongs to a color palette with 11 different shades that will make your interior décor peacing and soothing!
2021’s color palette is a collection of organic and solid shades, muted hues that are both ‘livable and approachable’. The kind of colors that you definitely won’t think twice at the moment of deciding which color will fit better your living room set.
“There’s a casual elegance and grounded sensibility in this palette,” said Hannah Yeo, Benjamin Moore Color & Development expert, in a webinar reveal of the color. The palette has both dark and light shades and most of them do skew warm in tone, making them cozy and versatile. “Aegean Teal certainly draws its inspiration from the outdoors as does Amazon Soil (2115-30), but other shades reference the joy in the small, simple moments that take place in the home. Muslin (OC-12), for example, could bring to mind your favorite linen kitchen apron, while Potters Clay (1221) could be the shade of the terracotta planters that hold your houseplants. Atrium White (OC-145) and Silhouette (AF-655) are the soft, subtle white and charcoal shades rounding out the palette.”
Aegean Teal feels so familiar that interior designers and homeowners should risk it and invite it to their homes and design projects. “The blue tone creates a soothing effect, while the green brings the outdoors in,” says Chicago-based designer LJ Savarie of Savarie Interiors. “The overall aesthetic is one both approachable and relatable and when used in a space, it will create rooms where you want to spend time.”
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