As this year comes to a close, we’re saying goodbye to old trends and welcoming the new! When it comes to color that means it’s time to forget about flamboyant purple hues (we never liked Radiant Orchid that much anyway) and start filling your home with something that has a more universal appeal! We’re talking about Marsala, Pantone’s new color of the year. It’s a rich shade that is complex and ambiguous in nature. Not quite red and not quite brown, the wine like hue can add warmth to any room in your home—especially in the kitchen!
We’re loving how the the muted burgundy colored walls add depth to the neutral palette of this kitchen without taking away from the earthiness of the rustic design. Marsala, both opulent and regal, elevates the overall look of the space without overwhelming it. If you think wall paint is a bit of a commitment when it comes to color, adding a touch of Marsala in the form of a textured rug or linens would also spice up the look of this kitchen—making it even more warm and inviting. We’re suspecting that Marsala will be a big hit in the coming year because it’s a versatile color that can translate well into any home. Do you like Pantone’s new color of the year, and will you be giving it a try in your home?