If you haven’t heard, Marsala is the Pantone Color of the Year for 2015. According to Leatrice Eiseman from the Pantone Color Institute, “marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability. Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, one that draws us in to its embracing warmth.” With this in mind and the importance of choosing a color for your floors (hyperlink), how can we incorporate this beautiful shade of red into our existing flooring or upcoming floor installation?
Here are a few things to consider:
Marsala Carpet -- This rich red exudes warmth and sophistication while still embodying natural earth tones. If this is the tone you’re aiming for, then a deep red carpet is just what your floors need. If you’re looking for something less dramatic, but still want to incorporate marsala into your flooring, patterns with the color is a great alternative.
Marsala Vinyl -- Just like carpet, you can transform any room with the right color. With a variety of patterns and brands, vinyl is a great option for floor installation. And with an array of color options, you are sure to find a deep, rich red you love.
Marsala Rugs -- It’s very common for commercial spaces to have hardwood or neutral carpet. If that’s the case for you, consider a marsala rug on top of your floors. This is an easy and affordable way to incorporate the pantone color without dealing with floor installation or committing to the color long-term. Ozburn-Hessey has a variety of rugs available. Talk to them today for more information.
This color is a universal shade that can be used for everything from fashion to beauty to industrial and commercial designs -- including floor installation. Are you looking to use marsala for your carpet? Ozburn-Hessey can help. Are you looking to use the color as inspiration for your hardwood floors? Ozburn-Hessey can help. They have a huge collection of vendors giving you a huge range of possibilities for all your flooring needs.
To learn more about the Pantone color, visit the website. For more information about floor installation about carpet (or finding the right carpet color), vinyl or hardwood within the Nashville area, contact Ozburn-Hessey today for more information.