Behr Unveils Its 2019 Colour Of The Year And The Internet Loves It

(Photo courtesy of Behr Paint)

It complements any room. It’s soothing. And it is called a blueprint for the future. Behr Paint’s 2019 Colour of the Year is Blueprint, S470-5.

The shade is described as a mid-tone blue that is “warmer than denim and softer than navy.”

(Photo courtesy of Behr Paint)

And this colour serves as a foundational hue for the paint company’s annual Colour Trends, which has a palette of 15 supporting colours.

This palette is forecast to influence design in the year ahead.

READ: 5 Home Design Trends To Watch For This Year

“Much like the sketches builders rely on to bring an architectural design to life, Blueprint S470-5 lays a foundation for consumers to make their unique vision a reality,” says Erika Woelfel, vice president of color and creative services at Behr, in a press release.

“This universally appealing hue provides a steady stream of positivity and is poised to be an instant classic for years to come.”

 

So if you feel as though your life needs a little calming (Because, well, it’s 2018 and who isn’t crazy busy?), it is suggested that you use Blueprint as a calming hue for bathroom, bedroom, kitchen or living room walls.

And if you’re a little more reserved, it is suggested by Behr that you experiment on a smaller project.

READ: Bryan Baeumler’s Top 5 Tips To Remodel Your Basement Like A Pro

“If you’re looking to reimagine your space in a smaller way, try painting a piece of furniture like a coffee table or bookshelf in this classic blue,” says Woelfel.

But whatever you choose to do, you can’t go wrong with this instant classic.

That — and it’s just paint. You can always paint over it with the next instant classic.

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