2015 Interior Paint Trends

Photo credit: Sherwin Williams

2015 is right around the corner and if you’re thinking about interior updates, you want to make sure you’re right in line with the new year’s decor trends. No use painting walls if they won’t match your new decor! Here are some of our favorite 2015 interior paint trends — the best, the bold, the brightest and some of the most versatile we’ve seen yet.

Unrestrained from Sherwin-Williams 

This paint palette from Sherwin-Williams celebrates the new generation of jet-setters with carefree spirits and eclectic style. These bold, ethnic-inspired colors, designs and crafts are said to pay tribute to the bohemian lifestyle of today, one that’s more connected than ever before. We love this palette and trend because it’s the polar opposite of many neutrals that are coming from large paint lines. If you’re looking for big color, this is a great first place to start!

2015 Interior Paint Trends

Photo credit: Behr
Nuanced Neutrals from Behr

This color palette from Behr is all about comfortable, weathered colors serving as a way to maintain the home as a peaceful refuge from our constantly-connected lives. Behr boasts that this kitchen above is the perfect combination of function, great color and contentment.

2015 Interior Paint TrendsPhoto credit: Haymes Paint
Exotic Botanics from Haymes Paint 

Deep, saturated colors and pops of brights and metallics make this palette from Haymes Paint the perfect balance of opulence and rich, grounded tones. These gorgeous colors could makeover any space and inject it with a shot shot of energy and modernity.

2015 Interior Paint Trends

Photo credit: Farrow & Ball
Pink Ground from Farrow & Ball

Farrow and Ball has done it again with this beautiful pink! Their 2015 paint trends are inspired by travel and a sense of escapism to divert from our working lives (a trend, it seems, from the first palette from Sherwin-Williams as well). Pink Ground is the perfect pink — not too sugar sweet and not overtly girlish. Instead, this almost nude color helps warm up any space. Farrow & Ball suggests using it with a strong colored woodwork, like the turquoise pictured here.

2015 Interior Paint Trends

Photo credit: Benjamin Moore
Guilford Green from Benjamin Moore

Benjamin Moore is calling their color of the year for 2015 “ a natural neutral.”  Inspired by calm sage and gorgeous, traditional American homes, use Guilford Green in an entry hall, dining room or in the bedroom. Because of it’s light, airy color, it also flows seamlessly from room to room and is great for open floor plans.






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