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Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2016

October 7, 2015

Benjamin Moore Unveils Its 2016 Color of the Year: Simply White. 

Simply White by Benjamin Moore. Crisp, clean, but not too stark a white. No surprise undertones.:

Benjamin Moore creative director Ellen O’Neill describes the Color of the Year 2016,   “Simply White. Yes, that inconspicuous hue that often slips off the color wheel and into invisibility is the shade that captures today’s spirit of polished minimalism. It’s the color we forget how much we love.  Simply White is used in homes to create 3 things:  Texture, Definition and Ambience.”   The Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2016 is joined by 22 other shades that encourage using Simply White with a larger palette.

White-washed walls, hand-hewn beams…
TEXTURE

Coats of white paint refresh rustic boards and beams and take on a warm color as in this master bedroom of a home we built in Utah.

Home built by Cameo Homes, Inc. in Utah.

Home built by Cameo Homes, Inc. in Utah.

Striking contrasts, bold lines…
DEFINITION

Bold colors punctuate the white landscape in this living room we built in Emigration Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Interior Design by Sita Montgomery Interiors

Layered whites, diffused light…
AMBIENCE

The mix of whites and light creates a beautiful space in this dining room.

Dining Room by Cameo Homes, Inc. in Utah.

Dining Room by Cameo Homes, Inc. in Utah.

For more information visit:  http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/benjamin-moore-color-trends-2016

Park City, Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc.

http://www.cameohomesinc.com

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