Fall 2015 Colors: Perfect Neutrals

We are getting ready for fall here at BlueStar®.  Labor Day marked the official end to the summer season and kids are heading back to school.  As bright colors transition to neutral and darker hues we start to see this falls “it” colors emerge.  According to the color experts, that includes Dried Herb, Oak Buff, Biscay Bay, Cashmere Rose and Cadmium Orange.  They are a mix of both earthy neutrals and bold colors that are timeless but work to reflect warmth and security.

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The color authorities at Pantone® have said, “the fall 2015 palette is rooted in multi-faceted, androgynous colors that portray effortless sophistication.”  Also included in this palette is Marsala, the Pantone® 2015 Color of the Year, which can be seen everywhere.  This tasteful color is made up of rich reds and browns for a sophisticated, natural earthiness.


Adding color to your stove or hood —or even just your range knobs—can keep your kitchen on trend while creating a stunning focal point.

Spring 2014 Colors | Blog | Kitchen Trends | Color Trends

Presentation1_Page_1_Image_0001Spring has finally arrived, and we are showing off the latest color trends from the authorities at Pantone®.  ”Consider pairing soft pastels with vivid brights to create a colorful equilibrium,” say the color experts at Pantone®.  According to the color authority, the hottest colors of this spring include Dazzling Blue, Cayenne, Paloma, Celosia Orange and Hemlock.  Plus, Radiant Orchid, the Pantone® 2014 Color of the Year, can be seen everywhere.  This lush purple hue is so bright and symbolic of spring that it can energize any home kitchen.  These pops of color, whether on a stove or hood – or even just range knobs – will keep a kitchen on trend with Pantone’s Spring 2014 go-to colors and create a stunning focal point.