This June in Toronto, Benjamin Moore’s highly anticipated Art of Color series brought together interior design luminaries Brian Gluckstein, Ali Budd and Brenda Danso in conversation with Benjamin Moore color expert Sharon Grech to discuss the transformative power of color in paint and design.
To provide an exceptionally bespoke experience, Benjamin Moore introduced the exclusive “Toronto Edit” palette featuring a curated collection of paint colors inspired by the city: Dune White (CC-70), Wheat Sheaf (CC-220), Boardwalk (CC-410), Dufferin Terrace (CC-456), Northern Fire (CC-94), Grenadier Pond (CC-650), Northern Air (CC-760), Toronto Blue (2060-40), Escarpment (CC-518) and Willow (CC-542). The palette allows professionals and design enthusiasts alike to infuse their projects with the spirit of Toronto, creating personalized environments that reflect the city’s unique energy.
The atmosphere in the elegant Cambria partner showroom was electric as more than 150 industry VIPs learned invaluable insights from the experts and engaged in thought-provoking conversations about the new color palette and more. Imaginative canapés and cocktails courtesy of Eatertainment delighted guests, while a curated playlist from the Benjamin Moore Color Trends collaboration with Spotify set the perfect vibe. The standing-room-only event exemplified Benjamin Moore’s dedication to fostering excellence in color leadership and supporting the design industry at large, making it a memorable celebration of creativity and community that left attendees with a renewed sense of inspiration.