Experts in the color industry are calling for nuanced neutrals and organic colors inspired by natural elements for 2015. The global color authority, Pantone, has released its color of the year – Marsala. From the Pantone website:
“While PANTONE 18-3224 Radiant Orchid, the captivating 2014 color of the year, encouraged creativity and innovation, Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. “Much like the fortified wine that gives Marsala its name, this tasteful hue embodies the satisfying richness of a fulfilling meal, while its grounding red-brown roots emanate a sophisticated, natural earthiness. This hearty, yet stylish tone is universally appealing and translates easily to fashion, beauty, industrial design, home furnishings and interiors.”
Marsala translates to our 3DL (thermofoil) product line through quite a few colors. Tawny Port, Wild Cherry, Port Maple, Clove, Shiraz Cherry and Autumn Leaves come to mind because of their red-brown color tones. All of our available colors are easily viewed at our webpage. Colors Available
If you’re looking for nuanced neutrals, try our new Complex Solids Series. These grey- toned neutrals will continue to stay strong in 2015 and beyond. Especially on trend for 2015 is combining these soft super matte colors with high gloss or highly textured materials for an exciting contrast. Super mattes will continue to gain traction in 2015.
Another trend slated to gain momentum in 2015 is the 5 Piece door style. Customers like the upscale look of real wood featured in our Craftsman series with the multi-directional grain being one of the driving factors of the series. The ability to order 3DL accessories like molding, flutes and wine racks allows our customers the ultimate flexibility in their designs. Check out our recent blog post detailing the Craftsman Series. The Craftsman Series
1 Piece continues to stay strong with the advent of new super matte colors, high glosses and even more highly textured finishes. Creamy whites and off-whites will be preferred over stark whites in the coming year.
We’d love to hear from you on what other trends you think we’ll see or what you’ve been seeing. Please let us know through any one of the many social networks available!