Benjamin Moore just announced its Color of the Year and all I can say is that white is definitely 'it' in design for 2015, and will probably be very hot in 2016 as well.
We can't wait to see what Pantone officially announces as the 2016 Color of The Year. Currently in their Color Trends report, they are valuing colors that 'transcend cultural and gender norms.' Here at Silk and Sage Design we are all for that and for appreciating color theory in new ways. 2016 will certainly be the year for transcending many social hurdles.
As for now we are still under the influence of Marsala, the official 2015 COTY. What a beautiful and luscious tone for Autumn. It evokes changing leaves, cinnamon, wine, and earthy warmth.
How gorgeous? Its ripples have been felt from design, through fashion, through cuisine. A close and accessible match to Pantone's Marsala is in fact Annie Sloan's Burgundy. We know we'll continue to appreciate this color as classic even as 2015 draws to an end.