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PANTONE Color of 2015 – Marsala in Interiors
PANTONE already has announced the trending color for 2015. It is MARSALA, the color that derives from the name of famous Sicilian sweet red wine produced in the area of Marsala. Such wine is served as an aperitif, we can guess then that marsala should be the hue of accessories, an intriguing accent rather than a dominating motive of an interior…
On the palette of colors marsala situates somewhere between red, copper orange and beige. It is the color of summer warmth and juiciness of red fruits; it embodies a warm earth and its vital power. Marsala is supposed to enrich the body, mind and soul, exuding confidence and stability, according to the words of Lee Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute. It is subtly seductive shade, which is equally appealing to men and women. Marsala is a stirring and flavorful earthy shade, one that encourages color creativity and experimentation. A matte finish highlights Marsala’s organic nature while adding a sheen conveys a completely different message of glamour and luxury.
How to use this demanding color in our interiors? The easiest way is to use accessories in various marsala hues – depending on the material and style of each one, they will add some chic or natural character to an interior. Marsala sofas and carpets look superb as well as elements of decoration such as lamps, posters and wall prints. However, remember to match them to the overall ambience of your living room or bedroom. Everything must be coherent. Besides, marsala looks excellent on walls, evoking truly royal interiors. We checked it out!
Marsala on Wall
Accessories in Marsala Shades
Marsala on Furniture
Marsala on Floor
Good luck in finding further decor ideas in marsala color! However, if you don’t know what colors to combine with it, use our small crib below