A couple of brands gave their predictions on the it color of 2015, but everyone knows that Pantone really has the final say. So the hue of 2015 is: Marsala, a "wine-influenced, red-kissed color" that Leatrice Eiseman, the executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, describes as "hardy, robust, satisfying [and] fulfilling."
Here's what the paint swatch looks like:
"Marsala feels very nouveau-hippie, '90s coffeehouse to me," Donna Garlough, Joss & Main's Style Director, told HuffPost Home. "[It's] a mellower and unassuming neutral. I see this color translating best in textiles like pillows, throws, and to some extent upholstery... bohemian, globally inspired looks, [including] flatweave rugs, kilim pillows, and the like. And of course, there’s the classic red Oriental rug."
Here are 15 marsala-colored items to show you what we mean.