As consumers continue to embrace color, industry authorities such as Pantone, Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore have officially announced their picks for 2018’s most trendy colors of the year — and yes, the future is bold.
With interior design often influencing the home’s exterior, these must-have shades can maximize curb appeal if applied to your Wayne Dalton garage door. Below are the defining hues 2018 presented.
Recognized around the world as a leading source of color information, Pantone announced “Ultra-Violet” as its 2018 Color of the Year. The dramatic purple shade is perfect for individuals seeking to push creative boundaries.
Olympic Paint’s “Black Magic”
Coming off a big year for neutrals, Olympic Paint believes “Black Magic” is going to be a popular accent color this year. Reflective of timeless sophistication, black paint can be integrated easily into existing décor and pairs well with wooden and distressed-wood home elements.
Behr’s “In the Moment”
Inspired by nature, this tranquil, versatile blue-green is ideal for working with both traditional and modern design. The idea behind this color was to create a look that evokes a sense of sanctuary and relaxation amid busy, always-on lives.
Benjamin Moore’s “Caliente”
Benjamin Moore’s “Caliente” is a vibrant red intended to bring depth and energy to any space. By utilizing this color on your home’s exterior, you are sure to offer an entrance packed with personality.
Sherwin Williams’ “Oceanside”
Sherwin Williams’ “Oceanside” is described as a fun, bold choice for both residential and commercial settings and responds to changes in light for added dimension.
TruChoice™ Color System
To closely match nearly any idea imaginable, the Wayne Dalton® TruChoice™ Color System offers more than 6,000 color choices on residential Classic Steel Models 8300, 8500 and 9600 and Carriage House Steel Models 9405 and 9700. Commercially, this state-of-the-art system is available on ThermoMark™ Models 5150, 5200, 5155 and 5255, as well as Thermospan® Models 200-20, 200, 150 and 125.
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