The color authority Pantone released its 2016 hues for color of the year and it’s no surprise we’ve been seeing softer colors come into interior design and decor accents. Pantone’s Rose Quartz, a pale pink, is a great choice for a girl’s room but can also be used in a more versatile manner, such as in a bath, dining room or even a living room. The shade has the added bonus of adding a soft glow to the space and some say, the guest’s skin tones look better, too! We’ve started seeing our Rose hue from the Metallic Paint Collection featured in shelter magazines as well as used in beautiful design projects so we thought we’d share this on trend color with you.
Better Homes and Gardens shared a few beautiful canvas painting ideas recently. They created a modern masterpiece with a geometric canvas (above) that included several of our Metallic Paint colors with Rose Metallic Paint as an accent. Looks amazing!
Sasha Bikoff New Year is a vibrant interiors firm that uses a keen understanding of design and culture and to create an eclectic, creative oasis for their clients. Ms. Bikoff recently shared a current project with us using our Rose Metallic Paint as well as this incredibly glam bath she designed. The color reflects a beautiful light and the design has a sophisticated, tailored freshness.
The natural light in this space is perfect for the combination of Rose Metallic Paint, creams and the medium-toned woods. It’s unexpected and visually stimulating – perfect for a home office!
Rose Metallic Paint is a fantastic choice for anyone who wouldn’t want a shade that’s too vibrant or strong – it’s a soothing, surprising hue that’s equally at home on the walls, furniture or decor accents. We hope this inspires you to incorporate this romantic color in your projects!