By Anna Kocharian

Published on January 7, 2016

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Photography by Benjamin Moore

Our favorite use of Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year? A Scandi-esque decor scheme with rustic accents and a minimalist feel.

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Simply White, Benjamin Moore

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Photography by South Shore Decorating Blog

A daring hue with a unique tint of navy and gray, evokes a bold sense of elegance.

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Moon Shade, Valspar

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Photography by Farrow & Ball

Consider this the go-to neutral of the year. Layers of warmth inspire a soothing shade, perfect for a living room backdrop.

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Dead Salmon, Farrow & Ball

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Photography by Houzz

A saturated hue, best reserved for an accent wall or entry.

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Quixotic Plum, Sherwin Williams

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Photography by La Albaida Decoración

A weathered shade of smoky green channels the traditional aesthetic of the English countryside, with an elevated tint.

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Green Smoke, Farrow & Ball

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Photography by valspar

A serene shade with a cool blue undertone, perfect for a dreamy bedroom setting.

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Woodlawn Silver Brook, Valspar

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An accent wall wouldn’t be complete without a splash of color as daring as this.

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Ravishing Red, Benjamin Moore

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Photography by valspar

A truly statement-worthy shade, best styled with vibrantly colorful, accent pieces.

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Vessel Gray, Valspar

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Photography by james mcdonald for vogue living

A lively hue that will instantly refresh even the most basic of spaces.

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Buttercup, Pantone

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Photography by john gruen for country living

A dusty blush with a soft blue undertone, evokes an inviting feel, best reserved for well-lit spaces.

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Calamine, Farrow & Ball