What interior design colors are trendy for 2015 and 2016

The color palette and materials haven’t really changed that much since last year. There are still much pastel colors such as mint green, powder pink and grey shades. When it comes to materials such as brass and marble; well lets just say there are here to stay even this year.

Sharwin Williams describe the colors of Chrysalis:

”Like a butterfly emerging from its cocoon, we’re poised for change. As modern life and technology rush at us, we seek an oasis where we can find balance, mindful living and tempo giusto (the “right time,” or the steady, regular beat of the heart).

We look to earth and sky for inspiration, finding raw beauty in striations and gently blurred hues and patterns. Artisans break the mold, creating objects that aren’t what they seem. Shapes are layered and deconstructed. In this moment, silence is the greatest luxury, and metamorphosis is the mother of invention.”

So what about the color forecast for 2016?!

Here is a sneak peek of what Sherwin Williams reveals of Pura Vida:

“The elements that remind us to live well, be well, and stay well are vital to creating spaces to unplug. Natural materials, honed and sheer. Ancient alabaster and marble hues. Warmer grays turning to khaki and blushed neutrals. New therapies draw us to the colors of nomadic sand baths and holistic massage rooms. We’re awakening from the recession, hungry for a new orderliness, ready to feed the spirit, make memories, and savor the moment.”

Of course if you don’t like the colors mentioned there are other trending color pallets to choose from. Such as forest green, bright florals, ethnic inspired colors and navy blue.

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