| Apr 23, 2015 |
Guilford Green deemed color of the year by Benjamin Moore
Boh staff
By Staff

Guilford Green HC-116, a silvery green, can be the hero or the highlight in any room, according to Ellen O’Neill, creative director at Benjamin Moore. “[It] is the perfect thread to connect nature, spaces and interiors with color schemes that signify fresh energy and growth.”

Color of the Year 2015: Guilford Green HC-116.

Benjamin Moore has been selecting the Color of the Year since 2005. The 2014 Color of the Year was Breath of Fresh Air-806.

Color of the Year 2014: Breath of Fresh Air-806.

The 23 colors of the Color Trends 2015 palette are as follows: Guilford Green HC-116, Seahorse 2028-70, Antique Jade 465, Timothy Straw 2149-40, High Park 467, Split Pea 2146-30, Jack Pine 692, Patriotic White 2135-70, Harbor Fog 2062-70, Blue Hydrangea 2062-60, Oxford Gray 2128-40, Blue Danube 2062-30, Pink Damask OC-72, Chantilly Lace OC065, Soft Sand 2106-60, Portland Gray 2109-60, Halo OC-46, Silver Fox 2108-50, Cinnamon Slate 2113-40, Universal Black 2118-10, Caponata AP-650, Old Claret 2083-30 and Carter Plum CW-355.

Media courtesy of Benjamin Moore.

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