Doug Mockett & Company announces their Color of the Year – Aero Blue. 
Mockett doesn’t typically find itself following interior design color trends as its contemporary hardware collection tends to take a timeless approach to design, but after noticing some of their non-traditional finishes gaining more traction in the industry, they have weighed in on the trendsetting interior design landscape with their own Color of the Year announcement. 
With 2020 marking the turning point of a not only a new decade, but a new generation, this soft, tranquil finish has a calming hue that inspires positivity and growth. This landmark year marks a pivotal transition in not only design, but with technological integration, and Mockett see this color as a powerful influence on this adaptation and as a beautiful backdrop for the complementary hardware that will go with it. 
Where can you expect to see Aero Blue? From Office to Hospitality to Residential to Healthcare facilities, all market segments can use a touch of blue to soften the mood. Look to see the color on walls, furniture, and more. Painting your walls or isolating an accent wall is one of the simplest ways to freshen up your look. You can even re-paint your cabinets for a new take on your existing design. Furniture is another easy way to add color. A sofa, chair, or table can bring a new mood to the interior. Aero Blue will complement any design style from traditional to modern and everything in between. 
Hardware & Accessories
Look for complementary accents using Dusty Rose, Peach, Lavendar, Lilac, White, or Cream, or make a bold statement with a striking contrast with Apricot Orange, Creamsicle Orange, Imperial Red, Ruby, or Blonde. When it comes to hardware, you can’t go wrong with black or white, or classic grey, satin chrome or aluminum. Consider the tools that make your furniture function like drawer pulls, table legs, purse hooks, power grommets, and cable management options, and think of how these items can complement your Aero Blue accents. Choose black for a strong look or white for a soothing and subtle blend. 
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