Here at Eastwood Homes, we’re a huge fan of Sherwin Williams! Recently, we were pleased to see the announcement from the company regarding their 2014 Color of the Year!
Last February, we featured the 2013 Color of the Year, Aloe (SW6464) on our blog. We’re excited to do the same this year. Drumroll, please…
The 2014 Color of the Year is Exclusive Plum (SW6263), a beautiful violet that incorporates blues, reds, and a touch of gray! It’s a bold, yet inviting color that works well in a variety of spaces!
Check out the article below from Sherwin Williams to learn how you can incorporate Exclusive Plum into your décor in 2014!
Exclusive Plum (SW 6263), a sophisticated violet, is Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year 2014. The hue, a balance of cool blue and feisty red with a splash of gray, pairs well with a variety of styles to create color schemes suitable for any room.
“This dusky, filtered violet is refined without being stuffy, elegant yet easy, and layered with romantic potential.” -Jackie Jordan, Sherwin-Williams director of color marketing.
Exclusive Plum has an amazing quality and can be adapted for nearly any space, whether used as an accent or for an entire room. Here are some ideas on where to use Exclusive Plum in your home:
Check it out. Paint a room in your home with Exclusive Plum (SW 6263) before picking up a brush with our Color Visualizer.
For the full article and additional information regarding the 2014 Color of the Year visit Sherwin Williams online.
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