White may be Benjamin Moore's prediction for the big color of 2016, but if this year's most popular hues are any indication, we wouldn't count on it.
In 2015, warm purples, bright greens, and soft pastels were the go-tos, according to the latest .
The photo and video database matched each download it sold in 2015 to a coordinating color pixel, pulling together a clear picture of the most popular color choices in 20 different countries this year.
Though no two countries' favorite shades were exactly the same, there were some noticeable commonalities. For starters, the two colors to appear the most on the list were pixel numbers #422433 and #40BF59 (both pictured above).
Here in the U.S., Shutterstock found Americans were loving mint green, salmon, and dusty lilac.
Mint green, which we deemed one of fall 2015's it colors, along with soft pinks and other pastels were hits outside of the states, too. Paired with our other favorite international trends of the year, you have everything you need to give your home a little global flair.
If you want to get ahead of the color curve for next year, Shutterstock found the four shades on the rise in popularity are bright navy, dark indigo, teal, and a tropical green. But, then again, maybe Benjamin Moore knows something we don't...