We’ve heard of different ways of describing colors:   happy colors, bright colors, trending colors, but never the loneliest color until now.  Sherwin-Williams has introduced a way to tell the first ever color story of the least tinted color, and perhaps bring it out of the shadows!  Also, to give homeowners and specifiers the confidence to choose colors that are less than popular, and how to use them!

Laurie Clark, Senior Designer Account Executive with Sherwin-Williams, is back to chat with Nancy about color, of course.

Here is some of the topics Laurie will discuss?

  • Sherwin-Williams usually has a color forecast, a color of the year and even color of the months.
  •  Where did the idea of The Loneliest Color come from?
  • How was The Loneliest Color selected?
  • Describing Kingdom Gold? Specifically, its tone and shade
  • Why Kingdom Gold has not been a popular color/the least tinted for consumers? How about for designers?
  • Where should Kingdom Gold be used in the home
  • With Sherwin-Williams and many other brands naming shades of blue as their colors of the year, why should DIYers and Designers leverage a yellow/gold shade?
  • How to build a palette around the Loneliest Color, or any color
  • Does Kingdom Gold have any historical context? Was it a popular color in a past era?

Where can consumers see more:

At Sherwinwilliams.com – click  “Explore Color” the can search The Loneliest Color, The Color of The Year, The Most Popular Colors and even order peel and stick samples

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