Interior Color Trends – Benjamin Moore’s Color Pulse 2013

Benjamin Moore Color Pulse Trends 2013
Color Pulse 2013 via Benjamin Moore

Benjamin Moore forecasts new color trends in the coming year…

Benjamin Moore has always been and will continue to be our go to place for adding color into a space. Yesterday, I was fortunate to be able to “attend” their 2013 Color Pulse Webinar. And of course the color trends forecast fell nothing short of inspiring. Andrea Magno of Benjamin Moore presented the webinar. When asked what she saw as the biggest influence or staple color without hesitation she said PURPLES. This was very interesting because purple is not known to be one of GHID’s most used colors, but that does not mean there is no room for this rich, adaptable color to make an appearance in the future.

  • From Mauve to Plum and Lavender to Deep Burgundy, purples mix very well with complementing colors such as golden yellows,  as well as adjacent colors of reds and pinks. Take a look at some great spaces implementing this royal color.

Color Pulse Trends 2013
Eclectic Mixture of Lavendars & Pinks via Elle Decor
Color Pulse Trends 2013
Beautiful Plum Bedroom Setting via
Color Pulse Trends 2013
Deep Purple (Love Mr. Abe in this pic) Via Elle Decor
  • Purples no longer have to be limited to just a little girl’s room, with its complexity of shades and hues it is now being seen and used as a subtle neutral or a bold pop of color.

Color Pulse Trends 2013
Light mauves to deep purples, don’t be afraid of a little color on your walls. via Elle Decor
Color Trends 2013
Neutral Purple Accents via
Color Pulse Trends 2013
Oh Jamie Drake! via Elle Decor

Be sure to check out Benjamin Moore for the entire Color Pulse 2013 Trends Collection, very inspiring!

Here’s to bringing in a pop of purple to you next interiors project! Happy Wednesday!

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