Trends

Benjamin Moore Colour of the Year

The Benjamin Moore colour of the year is here, and by gosh its fabulous!

Benjamin Moore welcomes a new decade with “First Light 2102-70,” its Colour of the Year 2020 (CNW Group/Benjamin Moore)

This gorgeous soft colour is FIRST LIGHT 2101-70, “We selected First Light 2102-70 as our Colour of the Year 2020 to represent a new dawn of idealism, design and living,” said Andrea Magno, Benjamin Moore Director of Colour Marketing and Development. “First Light 2102-70 reflects a new definition of the home – a shift in mindset from the material to satisfying the core needs in life: community, comfort, security, self-expression, authenticity and ultimately, optimism.”

The best part is that this little beauty does not come to the party alone and there is a whole palette to compliment it.

Ten harmonious hues have been selected to guide us into the next 10 years and beyond, the Benjamin Moore Colour Trends 2020 palette features:

  • First Light 2102-70
  • White Heron OC-57
  • Crystalline AF-485
  • Windmill Wings 2067-60
  • Buxton Blue HC-149
  • Golden Straw 2152-50
  • Thunder AF-685
  • Cushing Green HC-125
  • Oxford Gray 2128-40
  • Blue Danube 2062-30

“The Colour Trends 2020 palette plays an integral role in supporting these core human ideals,” said Magno. “Colour is powerful but highly subjective, especially through the lens of different generations, relationships and moods. But from the saturated to bright and airy, all are easy to live with and easy to love – whether they stand alone, in a strong pair, or all cohabitate.”

Which colour is your favourite?

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