Color of the Year

Sherwin-Williams’ January 2020 Color of the Month Is Naval

Every 30 days, Sherwin-Williams names a trending paint Color of the Month pick: and January 2020 is off to a bold start. 

To kick off the new year in style, the paint authority is highlighting Naval S644, the brand’s official Color of the Year 2020. Sherwin-Williams invites design enthusiasts and interior designers alike to “evoke serenity and calm” with this rich navy blue shade, which has remained influential throughout design movements.

Naval. Photography via Sherwin-Williams

“People want to feel grounded and inspired to pursue their mental, physical and emotional well-being,” Sue Wadden, the director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams, said in a press release. “Naval is reminiscent of the night sky, which people have looked to for centuries for guidance, as a muse and as a reminder to live more mindfully.”

“We’re predicting that the next decade in color is going to be bold. This year we saw the return of the ‘70s, and next year we think the vibrant energy and luxurious design of speakeasies will make a comeback,” Wadden added.

Photography via Sherwin-Williams

So, how does the brand recommend this impactful shade be used in 2020? Of course, a classic shade like Naval easily suits any color palette your heart can dream up, but pretty neutrals can elevate the shade instantly.

“This deep, confident hue pairs well with coordinating shades Alexandrite SW 0060, Emotional SW 6621 (118-C5), Touch of Sand SW 9085 (199-C1) and Tassel SW 6369 (128-C5), a palette equipped to inspire elegant, refined living spaces,” the brand shared on social media.

Stay up to date with industry-chosen color trends with our full feature section here.

Want to see even more helpful color trend reporting from Sherwin-Williams? Check out the brand’s full Colormix Forecast for 2020 here.

To see more from the Sherwin-Williams Color of the Month, Naval, be sure check out the brand’s latest video below.

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