“Where our physical spaces intersect with our desire for expression, we seek to balance the dynamics of everyday living with cultural, environmental and personal reflections through design and color. Color Pulse 2013, Benjamin Moore’s color forecast for 2013, explores these tenets and translates them into tomorrow’s color palettes.”*
Have you received the new Color Pulse 2013? Just released, it is filled with Benjamin Moore’s visionary colors for 2013. I find it so interesting how our history, future, trends, cultures and other significant influences are the basis on how these colors are chosen. I thought I would share with you a few color highlights from the 2013 forecast:
The main theme for 2013 is Intersection which is supported by four main influences: Flow, Cycle, Animate and Connect.
InterFlow : where color and textures of the past are reintroduced:
These colors reflect the past being reintroduced for comfort and familiarity.
InterCycle: To reuse and reinvent items that were once disposable. Colors included in this group are:
“Our eyes are opened to the vast new potential of seemingly useless objects.”*
InterAnimate: Escaping everyday with bold colors:
InterConnect: “The matrix that is technology ever evolves into organic form.”*
I have only listed a small sample of the beautiful colors in the new Color Pulse 2013. You have to check them out!
Benjamin Moore’s Color Pulse is “The award-winning, internationally recognized color forecasting tool is highly anticipated each year by interior designers, decorators, architects, and others in the creative community.”*
If you would like to see all of the colors and are interested how these colors are chosen, click here to order.
You can read more about Color Pulse 2013 here in a special edition of Benjamin Moore’s Nuance.
Do you enjoy looking at the color forecasts? I think it is a great design tool when selecting colors today.
If you need help selecting the perfect colors for your home, contact me today.
*Benjamin Moore Resource
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