Sherwin-Williams to design our next color for 2020 – will it be emerald?

Cactus flowers and eucalyptus cones designed by Andreas Hotzet. epochtimes.com Here’s an unbelievable statement: The king of paint colors for years, Sherwin-Williams, is designing new shades for the next ten years. According to the…

Sherwin-Williams to design our next color for 2020 - will it be emerald?

Cactus flowers and eucalyptus cones designed by Andreas Hotzet. epochtimes.com

Here’s an unbelievable statement: The king of paint colors for years, Sherwin-Williams, is designing new shades for the next ten years.

According to the company, Color of the Year 2022 is inspired by an “aura of color expressed through the natural world.” It’s being touted as the future of colors.

It’s intriguing, but we’re ready for a fresh change-up. We’re ready for something new, something that’s honest with itself.

We just don’t know what this new hue may be. Perhaps it will be the “elevator” or the “chartreuse tree.”

Yet, for the meantime, we have a preview, courtesy of Color of the Year visionaries Andreas Hotzet and French jeweler Michelle Bernard, via the press release.

I love this color.

That is all that really matters. If your taste is more in line with this than the rest, go for it.

Do not buy Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year, 2022 paint unless it is deep, rich, rich green, and good for your house. (Harsh. Heh.)

“In the modern world, home buyers choose color with a higher degree of modernity and luxury than in the past, and we are taking that new direction into our future,” said Barry Westrum, Sherwin-Williams co-CEO and chairman.

So, Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year for 2022 is green and it’s meant to be found in homes.

A statement from Andreas Hotzet, Color of the Year visionaries:

“From the many fruits and flowers to the teacups and bottles, all of nature is represented in this futuristic shade. We chose this color because it has an elegant and aesthetic simplicity and is hard to miss in today’s pop culture and designs. Green and this new shade complement each other, evoking the new shape of this new year.”

Try and keep up.

(Photography Credit: Evan Allen Photography)

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