Each year color experts careful curate a hue that will emerge as the next design leader in film, art, and textiles. The chosen shade is a reflection on our culture’s aspirations and the general mood of our society. This year Pantone has named Marsala the color of 2015. This red-brown shade indicates that collectively we are feeling sated. Subtle and grounding, with a dash of earthy sophistication Marsala is a color that Vermonters can relate to.
The gourmet roots of the color’s namesake make it an impeccable choice for kitchens and dining rooms. Accessories in this color will adding a hint of richness to any interior. Textile options in this shade will be sophisticated and understated, complex without being overwhelming.