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Color Trends for 2016

July 28, 2015 1 min read

Color Trends for 2016

Every season, we here at Mallory Paint Store like to show a few painting ideas for the coming months, but this does not cover the ‘trends’ in fashion and painting for the year. Benjamin Moore has produced a Color Trends for 2016, featuring a year dedicated to “Simply White” (OC-117).

This means that the coming year will have heavy painting themes of white and a host of complimentary colors. As Benjamin Moore has described, they’ve dedicated this year’s color trend to the complexities and layers that white brings and an atmosphere of “nuance and subtle beauty”.

Mallory Paint Store is here with everything you might need to set the trend for this year. If you find yourself looking to add a coolness of winter, or just want to guide your guests to enjoy subtle color expressions in your home, please stop by our stores and check out the whole lineup. Our paint experts can help you with any questions you might have and help you on your journey into 2016.

 



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