As we approach the end of the color of the year reveals, there’s no arguing one shade is unequivocally on top. (We’ll give you a hint: It’s earth-inspired.)
Benjamin Moore just announced October Mist, a “gently shaded sage,” as the hue of 2022. The color joins a growing list of sophisticated greens that have debuted as prime picks by experts across multiple paint brands.
Could it be all the time spent outdoors during the pandemic that has led to this green wave? Perhaps. Below, discover more greens to have on your radar.
Valspar announced that Blanched Thyme, a “calming and nourishing” tone, is one of 12 colors the brand is putting forward for the year ahead.
Evergreen Fog is part of four impeccable collections Sherwin-Williams recently introduced. The Method palette, which features this particular shade of green, celebrates “organic neutrals and tonal luxury.”
A more playful take on the color can be found in Glidden’s Guacamole, which the brand suggests looks quite lovely with blond wood tones and gold accents.
Silvery green and cool, Behr’s Breezeway is minty fresh and brings a “sense of renewal, restoration and healing.”
Dubbed as and adaptive grey-green, Olive Sprig by PPG is grown-up and grounding.