Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2021: Aegean Teal
The calming and soothing tone will radiate this year.
Benjamin Moore’s aegean teal radiates natural harmony and wellbeing. The color is described as intriguing, balanced and deeply soothing. The future of Aegean Teal will be seen with a more natural palette. To illustrate this year’s Aegean Teal color of the year, we have rolled out rugs in the winning shade.
Gavrinis 3, designed by Pierre Paulin for Ligne Roset, exhibits an irregular, fluid shape in contoured sculpted wool.
Patterns On Repeat
The hand-drawn design of Abstract Flowers by Elizabeth Eakins is handtufted of 100-percent wool. Each rug is made to order and can be customized in size and color.
Sprinkles of Teal
Designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Nanimarquina, the Lattice kilim features a harmonic succession of color bands handloomed from Afghan wool.
Inspired by the organic shadows formed by sunlight filtering through trees, Scott Group Studio’s Meadows II hails from the Verdant collection and is constructed in wool and silk.
Tansy, from the Bunny William’s capsule collection for Annie Selke, is a wool twill influenced by the geometric Kuba weaving of central Africa.
The Dotted Line
Feizy’s Atwell rug presents a geometric pattern in distressed shades of silvery-aqua and blue polypropylene.
The print version of this article appears with the headline: The Big Reveal.
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