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Color Trends for 2018

January 18, 2018 1 min read

Color Trends for 2018

Benjamin Moore continues its tradition of setting trends for 2018 with (AF-290) Caliente. Last year, Shadow (2117-30) brought a deep enigmatic and shifting hues. 2018 is a year of revitalizing, energizing, and drama! Adding a splash of Caliente gives us a playful exuberance, excitement, and warmth.

A splash of Caliente in a room gives a fierce and refreshing statement. A bold red can give the entrance to a home a powerful and memorable statement. An accent wall in a living room can give the home a room a revitalizing playfulness. Caliente goes well with soft blue-grays, wine reds, light pinks, and gold yellows.

Come on down to your local Mallory Paint Store, where our Color Experts will help you find samples of (AF-290) Caliente and give advice on how you can bring this memorable color to your home. With two new locations for 2018, Federal Way and Covington, its even easier to find a Mallory Paint Store near you.



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