Complex and full-bodied without overpowering, Pantone’s newly announced Color of the Year, Marsala, provides a unifying element for interior spaces.
Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute in Carlstadt, N.J. describles Marsala as “robust, nurturing, and earthy. But it is also gorgeous, luxurious, and sultry. There is a complexity to it that is fascinating.”
Add elegance to any room by incorporating this rich and welcoming hue in paint, accent pieces, accessories, or as seen in the design below, tile. Because Marsala is so deep, it needs to be accompanied by white or other neutrals to be a good fit for home interiors.
For traditional spaces, Marsala could be used as an accent wall, or for a more contemporary look, you could go bold as Amy Lau Design did in the space above. As we always say, small spaces are the best places for a big statement! The usage of white and the reflective polished chrome fixtures really pull this space together, and make this Color of the Year very fun.
Get the look with Whitehaus:
- WH139 Showerhaus solid brass round showerhead with adjustable ball joint in Polished Chrome
- LUS1 New Generation small, rectangular mirror
- WHLX78211 Luxe single-hole, single-lever lavatory faucet with pop-up waste in Polished Chrome
- WH114LSCB Isabella Collection wall mount double door vanity in White
The base image’s source was created by New York, NY based design firm Amy Lau Design, and found through their website here.