Interior Design Color Trends 2017 for your Living Room

Hello, dear readers! Every year the experts scour the globe looking for the best interior design trends to integrate your life, and the color authorities are just one of the many experts that already set their interior design color trends 2017! If you are thinking just about the Pantone, it’s not the only paint company authority that sets color trends.

Actually, that are a lot more and Dining and Living Room will share with you what the expertises are predicting for the next year.

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Composed by Behr

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Though the collection is called “Composed” the palette features deep and intense hues in this KOKET project.

Poised Taupe by Sherwin Williams

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Sherwin Williams’s color of the year, Poised Taupe, is a deeper and timeless neutral one.

Byzantine Blue by Glidden

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With a great combination of blue and gray, the Bizantine Blue stretches the boundaries of purple.

Greenery by Pantone

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Pantone declared Greenery the Color of The Year. Regenerate, refresh, revitalize and renew are the feelings transmitted by this color.

Cloudberry by Olympic Paints

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The choice of Olympic Paints is a serene soft violet that conveys retreat from the stress, a keen for relaxation.

Hazelnut Color

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A key neutral color that effortlessly connects warmth spaces like this one.

Shadow by Benjamin Moore

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Benjamin Moore’s pick turns to be usable, layered hue a seductive color for stylish chic interiors.

Violet Verbena by PPG

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PPG’s Violet Verbena is meant to symbolize a duality of thought like the previous colors of the year, Serenity blue and Rose Quartz.

Hope you liked our color suggestions for your living room. Let yourself be inspired to incorporate a pop of any of these beautiful, vibrant shades into your living room decor!

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