Hot Paint Colors for 2010

Reblogger Roy Kelley
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 Hot Paint Colors for 2010

Original content by Cindy Bryant Incorporated in TX

Want to know what the hottest paint color trends for decorating in 2010 will be? 

The experts from Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams and the Pantone-Institute weigh in with their favorites.

Swatch showing the color 'Decisive Yellow'     Gauntlet Gray - SW7019     Hep Green - SW6704     Gambol Gold - SW6690      Swatch showing the color 'Lite Lavender'      Swatch showing the color 'Poppy Flower'      Swatch showing the color 'Festoon Aqua'

Yellow, will be pumped up to brighter more vibrant hues, much bolder than before.

  • Gold will still be popular.
  • Sage colors will not be as popular and we will see more yellow green.
  • Grays will overtake browns in the neutral family.
  • Aquas have been popular and will continue to be a favorite that mixes nicely with browns.
  • One of the newer colors will be lavender, which is being used for bedrooms evoking elegance, warmth and comfort.
  • Blue, will make a comeback.
  • A darker shade of red with purple and blue undertones.

                Pantones Color of The Year 2010 is Turquoise 15-5519 TCX

                           Turguoise

                             Photo provided by Pantone 

*These are not favorites or recomended for Home Staging  ; )

 

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Rainmaker
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Donna Harris
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I can't imagine people using that much grey as it makes a space look dreery if there's too much...

Feb 25, 2010 12:18 PM #1
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Barb & Sal Dragotta
Macomb, MI
Macomb County Michigan

Roy...timely post; I am looking at a local story on "Color Trends" for 2010; It is titled "Color Trends-
Back to classic Black"  Have to say, as an Artist trained, Exhibited & Teacher -Black technically in pigment, Black is the combination of ALL colors. Which is exactly why it is so difficult to work with Blacks in paint, tiles, clothing. They never really match & can clash. Personally, I would and have used Black only in small amounts. Greys can have the same problems--but red-toned greys can be very pleasing. Basically, I don't believe that Browns will ever by replaced. Interesting blog. Wonder if they will do a follow-up on the success of their choices.
Hope that you miss this latest storm of White that is moving or swirling across the Nation.
Barb      

Feb 25, 2010 12:32 PM #2
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David Henke
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc - Newtown Square, PA
Realtor, Homes Just West of Philadelphia PA

Thanks for finding this - buyers somehow always seem to recognize and value the latest colors. 

Feb 25, 2010 02:01 PM #3
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Wendy Rich-Soto, Realtor Strategize, Stage, Sell
Keller Williams Realty, LA Harbor - San Pedro, CA
Owner of SellingLASouthBay.com @ the WRichTeam

Very good to know!  Hopefully homeowners will take note before they start painting interior walls!

Feb 25, 2010 05:07 PM #4
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Roy Kelley
Realty Group Referrals - Gaithersburg, MD

Thanks for your comments. Best wishes for continued success.

Feb 25, 2010 10:18 PM #5
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Roy Kelley
Realty Group Referrals - Gaithersburg, MD

The Psychology of Color

Ever wonder why you find yourself attracted to a certain color? The following are some common colors and personality traits that match:   Red - Almost always optimistic and stimulating, those who prefer red are animated leaders and want to experience everything they can in life.   Yellow - If your favorite color is yellow you have a yearning for the new and modern . . . and you look forward to the future.   Blue - You are capable, trusting and conservative, and have a basic need for a calm, harmonious and tension-free existence.   Pink - Pink is welcomed by the affectionate and concerned individual. Romantic and demure, pink recalls a time of youth, dreams and refinement.   Green - Very intelligent, you understand new ideas. When you start something, you finish it.You are stable, balanced, and tend to be sensitive.   Brown - Should you take comfort in brown. . . this may signify that you are a conscientious, dependable and steady person.

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