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These Color Trends Are Dominating 2016
这些颜色是2016主要流行的趋势
 

01 OF 23
THE LOOK: PINK
"Imagine a sunset on an August evening, with the fading light shading the sky a gorgeous gray-tinged pink — that's this color. It's restrained and refined in this Manhattan living room, and it serves as a foil to the black sofa and the patinated-bronze coffee table. This apartment is in a skyscraper that dates back to 1929, so the pink is a nod to luxury and exuberence of the Art Deco period. It also references the views of the faded redbrick buildings outside." — Jamie Drake


02 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: CAMEO PINK
"Like the name implies, this subtle pink has the coral and beige undertones you sometimes find in vintage cameos. It doesn't feel juvenile, and its sophistication worked well in a guest bedroom I designed. The rug and curtains I chose both had fearless patterns, but this soothing pink calmed them down." — Mara Miller


03 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: WARM BLUSH
"I adore pink! It's the color of romance, of plush bedrooms and posh dressing rooms. For a living room, I did this blush pink in a very monochromatic way, with upholstered pieces in the same hue. Accents of bright white and gold, touches of crystal and a 1940s French bilbliothèque put its mystique in motion. Pairing pink with handsome antiques brings out the color's quiet strength." — Windsor Smith


04 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: PINK BALLET SLIPPER
"I really want to do blush — that powdery pink I'm seeing more and more in materials like stone and tile, as well as paint. It's a romantic color that warms up the essence of a room, and it doesn't look juvenile at all when you use it with metallic tones, like antique brass or bronze. Bring in some teal or gray-green for even more sophistication." — Jaime Rummerfield


05 OF 23
THE LOOK: YELLOW
"Yellows tend to go green or brown, but this shade is clear and bright. I'd take a leap of design faith and pair this hue with a lush upholstered bed and mismatched side tables." — Robert Passal


06 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: CORN SILK
"I think of the light streaming through a window in the morning, the warmth of it, and how it has a way of enveloping and comforting you. This mellow yellow creates the same feeling. Alive and chameleon-like, it lends itself to a multitude of palettes." — Charlotte Moss


07 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: FUNKY YELLOW
"I want a fresh new start for the year, and this yellow would be very uplifting. It's a yellow with a green base, a citrusy chartreuse that also has warmth, which makes it easier to live with. I see it in a breakfast room or a garden room, with gray, mushroom or taupe. It also works well with plum, mauve or burgundy. Actually, you could add it to almost anything and get a great combination." — Kim Alexandriuk


08 OF 23
THE LOOK: GREEN
"This year, I'm seeing soft and sophisticated neutrals everywhere, but not as much on the walls anymore. I'm loving the idea of layering neutral-color furnishings and accessories in rooms with walls painted in intense, saturated colors, like army green." — Jenny Komenda


09 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: RELENTLESS OLIVE
"You might not want to live with this spinach green every day, but in a spare room, the deep hue feels enveloping and promotes relaxation. And everything goes with it. I never second-guess a color found in the beauty of nature." — Phoebe Howard


10 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: DEEP GREEN
"I've suddenly got this absolute passion for emerald green. It's such a rich, vibrant, exciting color that seems to transcend all the trends, and it works equally well in modern or traditional environments. Like putting a plant in a room, it brings life to a space. Everything feels fresher and takes on this luxurious vibe." — Martyn Lawrence Bullard


11 OF 23
THE LOOK: TEAL
"Dark teal is incredibly versatile, it's a color that would equally be at home with rich woods and gilt or with fresh whites and seagrass furniture. A good example of this is the Pacific Ocean Blue I put on the walls of this dining room with dark woods and Parisian bistro chairs." — Capella Kincheloe


12 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: RAINSTORM
"I like this deep slate blue. I think people are going for rich, robust colors now, and this would be wonderfully unexpected in an entry, a library or a powder room. I'd pair it with brass or gold accents and animal patterns like leopard or zebra. Do it in high gloss and it will feel both glamorous and contemporary. Grass cloth or tea paper on the ceiling would add to the drama." — Ron Woodson


13 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: DARK IRIS
"Versions of navy feel right to me now, and this has a touch of purple, which makes it more feminine. In Los Angeles, where the sun is so bright, you need deep colors that don't wash out in the light. Navy works as a neutral, and it can settle brighter colors like kelly green, hot pink or raspberry. For people who have trouble using black, it does the same thing, but in a softer way." — Christine Markatos


14 OF 23
THE LOOK: BLUE
"We've had several years of strong, glossy colors that perhaps [in 2016] we'll start to consider the milkier shades so often found on the wonderfully faded walls of European homes." — Susanna Salk


15 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: PARMA GRAY
"I love the fact that they call this gray. It's really quite an extraordinary shade of blue, with a great deal of lavender in it. You could use it anywhere, with black or white accents to set it off. It's such a serene, sophisticated color. And what could be better than entering 2016 with serenity, calm and confidence!" — Marcy Materson


16 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: BLUE HERON
"I grew up in La Jolla, California, and this reminds me of the hours I spent looking at the ocean. It's a French blue playing off the gray tones, but a little brighter and happier. It would look great with canary yellow or orange — it calms them down. I'm attracted to it because it's strong and bold, and that's where I see interiors going." — Jeffry Alan Marks


17 OF 23
THE LOOK: PURPLE
"Calming colors are trending, but I still see a strong desire for unexpected combinations. This lavender is the exact color of the sky at sunset from that window. It's soothing and surprising, and its undertones intensify with the watery reflections of the lake outside. I'd use it in west-facing rooms, especially bedrooms and sitting rooms with a view. It teams beautifully with deep espresso finishes and gilt frames." — Windsor Smith


18 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: LAVENDER LIPSTICK
"My color vibe for 2016 is soft amethyst — a rich, romantic color that evokes a maharaja's jewel chests and Brazilian mines. Apparently, the ancient Greeks thought this violet quartz would magically keep them from getting intoxicated and made drinking cups from it. But for me, I'm happy to be drunk in love with this luscious shade." — Jamie Drake 


19 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: BRINJAL
"I'm not thinking of white or shades of gray these days. People are feeling more adventurous. I just finished a powder room in this deep, dark aubergine, full-gloss, and it looks divine. I could also see it in an entrance hall or a library. Rich and super chic with a touch of yellow." — Milly De Cabrol


20 OF 23
THE LOOK: WHITE
"I think design is moving back to its roots. It's not about flash and the latest technology; it's more about classic elements that make us feel good. This soft white picks up the light beaming through the windows of this Manhattan Beach, California, home and glows with the subtle warmth of white sand. I love how it changes slightly from room to room and day to night." — Erinn Valencich


21 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: POINTING
"Interestingly enough for a color girl, I'm very inclined toward soft whites these days. It's where I feel the zeitgeist is heading — toward warm, enveloping whites that are more coddling than crisp, yet still fresh and soothing. I used this in my bedroom and it feels timeless, yet very much of the moment." — Amanda Nisbet


22 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: SIMPLY WHITE
"The color white is transcendent, powerful and polarizing – it is either taken for granted or obsessed over. White is not just a design trend, it is a design essential. The popularity of white, the necessity of white, the mystique of white is quantifiable in our industry." — Ellen O'Neill on Benjamin Moore's 2016 Color of the Year


23 OF 23
COLOR INSPIRATION: ALABASTER WHITE
"It's an understated and alluring hue of white. Alabaster represents a straightforward and necessary shift to mindfulness, well-being and an atmosphere that is pure." — Jackie Jordan on Sherwin-Williams' 2016 Color of the Year

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