Photo credit: This Old House
If the changeover of your morning Starbucks menu didn’t clue you in, it’s officially fall in the South. One of our favorite seasons here at Castle, fall is the perfect time to pull out your cozy sweaters and look at things with a fresh perspective. And if you needed any more encouraging that now is the time to shake things up a bit, we rounded up our favorite fall 2015 paint trends for you here. We hope you see something that inspires a change!
Photo credit: The Creativity Exchange
Part of Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze paint palette released for fall, we love the rich slate walls contrasted with the light creams of the carpet and comfy side chair. Add a pop of the rich eggplant with the pillows for the ultimate fall sophistication palette.
Photo credit: Pittsburgh Paints and Stains
Doesn’t this kitchen look cozy and inviting? Pittsburgh Paints and Stains’ organic themed paint palette zeros in on warm, friendly and inviting hues. All these colors were selected for common areas of the home where you want people to feel at ease, sit down and stay awhile, perfect for entertaining.
Photo credit: WGSN Insider
Well, first off, how cool is this photo? This paint palette comes to us from Australian paint company Haymes Paint. And while you can’t find this exact paint stateside, everything here can be color matched at your local hardware store. This particular palette, Exotic Botanic, combines rich, warm coppers with dark slates, grays, lavenders and corals for an updated, elegant paint palette. We think these colors would be gorgeous for a modern bedroom.
Photo credit: House Beautiful
Ever wonder if the predictions the color companies put out are actually true to trend a year later? Now is the time to take a look! Above here is Pantone’s fall 2015 prediction. According to Pantone, earthy neutrals like wine-stained marsala and stormy grays mix beautifully with light apricots and lavender. And for fall 2015, these colors should be seeping into all aspects of our home—from our walls to our closets. We love these colors because of their sense of style and place—they’re vintage and were popular in the 60s and 70s so it’s no wonder they feel comfortably familiar. Similar to some of our other palettes above, we think these colors would be great for a central entertaining area like a dining room or living room.
So what do you think about all of these rich, earthy natural paint palettes? Are you more glitzy copper, slate sophisticate or marsala maven? Do you see yourself trying any of these trends? Tell us!