Last week, Pantone®, the global color authority announced PANTONE® 18-1438 Marsala as the color of the year for 2015.
According to Pantone, Marsala can be viewed as a unifying element, a full-bodied color that is strong enough to be used alone as a statement color, or as an accent to other complementary colors like blues, greens, off-whites and browns.
Marsala is a seductive shade that exudes warmth and comfort in its surroundings, thus when incorporating this color into a room design, Pantone recommends it be considered for textured surfaces such as rugs and furniture. Both hearty and nurturing, Marsala is also a great color to accent in the kitchen and dining areas.
Explore places and spaces with hues inspired by Marsala.
This lakeside estate has the feeling of a cozy lodge getaway. Sitting on its own private lake frontage, the home has its own boat dock, wine room and exercise room. Marsala hues are laced throughout each room in the home from paint to décor. Additional warmth comes from details such as exposed beams and accent lanterns.
The South Beach Summit embodies the casual elegance of a mountain home. Floor to ceiling windows offer endless mountain range views and capture the sun as it both rises and set, connecting with nature in many rooms of the home. Use of marsala hues in the home complement the blues and greens of the outdoors.
A landmark on the cove, this stately oceanfront residence captures 270-degree panoramas of the beach, fairways, ocean and sunsets. Designed for entertaining and ease of living, the home is surrounded by ocean view terraces, mature gardens and includes a plunge pool, an outdoor fireplace and kitchen.
One of the most noted homes in Dallas, this stately gated estate exudes masterful design that is both elegant and liveable, with luxuries including a brick wine cellar, plush media room and multiple living areas. Warm and inviting, no detail was spared in the design of the home, making for a glamorous yet graceful lifestyle.