Let’s Talk Paint Colors…

Meet Greenery. Greenery was recently announced as thgreenerye Color of the Year by the color management company Pantone Color Institute.

As you can imagine I walk through A LOT of houses. I will say shades of green are starting to sneak into homes. Typically it’s more of an accent on a wall, or on accent furniture such as a small side table or with throw pillows. I love green, and personally my favorite way to use it would be with painting my front door (I have a weakness fgreenery-dooror a well painted front door!)

For those of you who do not like green, or if it’s just too loud for you, do not worry. Greys and blues are still very much in! Other paint manufacturers have chipped in with their colors of the year, and blues and greys domainte that list.


Each year Behr presents 20 new limited edition trend colors. This year the 20 hues are split into three categories that are based off our personalities: Comfortable, Composed and Confident.

“Paint is more than just a color; it is a method of communication. Color conveys emotion and allows people the freedom to express themselves and be who they really are.”

Erika Woelfel, Vice President of Color and Creative Services at Behr.

Take a look at each category below and then go to my Facebook page and comment which category you are drawn to and be entered to win a gift card to Golden and Pine where you can pick up something to fit in with your color palette in your home!

Comfortable Palette

Light and airy, soft and sophisticated. The comfortable palette pairs well with natural tones.


Composed Palette

Deep jewel colors, amazing accent walls, modern and beautiful describes the composed palette. Beautiful for layering and accenting.


Confident Palette

Adventurous and bold. Fun and edgy. Dramatic and risky. The confident palette allows you to create a little drama in your space.


What’s your favorite? Make sure to go here and let me know so you are entered to win!!!


*Pictures courtesy of Pantone Color Institute and Behr.

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