Find out what the latest Benjamin Moore colour trends are.

Find out what the latest Benjamin Moore colour trends are.

April 3, 2012 By Pres Ⓡ Staging Resource Centre

As a home staging trainer it’s important to stay current with decorating & design trends, especially colour. Personally I am a big fan of Benjamin Moore products and was delighted to see that Meme Brooks who works at the Yaletown BM store was doing a Colour Trends presentation at the March Fluff Rental breakfast meeting.

 

Meme Brooks at Fluff Breakfast Meeting

Meme introduced the latest ‘Colour Stories’ collection. The colours that I have seen in home decor stores are definitely lending themselves to the greys, neutrals and earthy tones. While I was at Home Sense I noticed how well their furniture, rugs, art & lamps would go with these BM colours: use darker for drama or a feature wall – like Gotham CSP 385 or Coachman’s Cape CSP 90 – then for a more neutral pallete try Upper West Side CSP 70, Evening Gown CSP 375 and lighter yet Sea Salt CSP 95 or Skipping Stone CSP 155. Many of the Designer Classic collections and the Affinity collection have very similar colours so be sure to check them out.

                                                                                                                                                                              Gorgeous neutral rug - right on trend!

Gorgeous neutral art - right on trend!

Trendy natural woods & greys

After Meme’s presentation I went out to one of my favourite BM stores in Kerrisdale and learned more from Scott Howard the store manager. The BM people do love their products and are so knowledgeable! Fluff Rentals being leading edge in their decor rentals had the perfect compliments to the new trendy colour palette!

 

Trending in greys.... 

 

Neutral accessories work with the new BM Colour Stories collection

If you want to know how to conduct a Client Colour Consultation with confidence be sure to attend my May 20th workshop! Gain confidence & learn a proven step-by-step colour scheme process. Limited seating so sign up now.