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Benjamin Moore Announces its Color of the Year 2024

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Benjamin Moore Announces its Color of the Year 2024

Will next year be the year of blues?

By Caroline Broderick October 12, 2023
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Blue Nova

It’s all about hues of blues next year in design. Benjamin Moore announced its Color of the Year 2024 is Blue Nova 825, which falls closely in line with Sherwin-Williams’ own shade of blue for 2024.

The mid-tone color of the year Blue Nova presents a blue-violet that Benjamin Moore describes as featuring “enchanting duality” and evokes feelings of assurance, sparks adventure, and has a classic appeal. 


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Benjamin Moore's Color of the Year 2024, Blue Nova.


The company says the name and inspiration for Blue Nova’s selection came from space. When a star becomes nova, it becomes incredibly bright, making it visible for the first time, and comes from the Latin word for “new star.”

Sherwin-Williams blue comes as an airy, light shade that’s more representative of peace and relaxation, according to the company.

Along with the color announcement, Benjamin Moore released a list of 10 pairable colors selected to best pair with Blue Nova. The Color Trends palette includes a light blue similar to Upward, and a colorful range of mid-tones, such as orange, yellow, purple, pink, and green.


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"The Color Trends 2024 palette tells a story of duality juxtaposing light against dark, warm and cool, showcasing complementary and contrasting color pairings," said Andrea Magno, Color Marketing & Development Director at Benjamin Moore. “These contrasts invite us to break away from the ordinary to explore new places and collect color memories that shape the hues used in our homes."



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Caroline Broderick

Caroline Broderick is the Managing Editor for Pro Remodeler. Most recently, she served as the associate editor for PR's sister publications, Pro Builder, Custom Builder, and PRODUCTS where she covered design, building products, trends, and more in the residential construction industry. She can be reached at cbroderick@sgcmail.com.

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