Miller Paint has chosen a fungi-themed neutral tone for its 2024 Color of the Year. Mushroom is an earthy neutral that strikes a balance between warmth and brightness.
“Mushroom is from our Northwest Color Collection and takes its cue from the surrounding forests in our region,” says Puji Sherer, vice president of marketing, color & brand for Miller Paint. “An integral part of our natural world, mushrooms support the colorful life that grows up from our soil. Our 2024 Color of the Year mimics nature and is a beautiful backdrop for our home spaces.”
In honor of the 2024 Color of the Year, Miller Paint has partnered with Portland, Oregon, chefs Mona and Jaret of Tournant. Known for their special farm-to-fire approach to cooking, they celebrate the beauty and the bounty of the Pacific Northwest region. Their passion for foraging for foundational and local ingredients reflects back to Mushroom as a stable hue the rest of a home’s color palette can build upon.
Miller Paint’s color of the year rollout includes a recipe for a Mushroom Pizza Fritta which brings the taste and texture of the Pacific Northwest to your table.
“We feel incredibly fortunate to live in a region that is blessed with such bounty from the fields and forest, rivers and oceans, and to have the Pacific Northwest as our muse,” Mona says. “We believe our surroundings are an integral part of the dining experience to create a specific mood—from colors and textures to lighting.”
Mushroom is supported with hues from the Northwest Color Collection that features other colors you may find in a forest in the Pacific Northwest—greenish golds, clear blues and earthy greens with neutral tones.
See what other paint manufacturers picked for their 2024 Color of the Year here.