Ten percent of sales of paint tinted in Honey Glow will go to HoneyLove.org, a nonprofit organization that encourages urban beekeeping and educates people about making their garden bee friendly by avoiding pesticides, providing water and shelter, and adding pollinator-friendly plants.
McLean selected Honey Glow after extensive research on color trends in everything from pop culture and fashion to world events and local street culture. “Honey Glow embodies the trend toward the warming of all colors – from neutrals to non-neutrals,” she explained.
She suggests painting an accent wall, paired with white or gray, and bring in pillows, throws and other accessories in a Honey Glow color. “People who love to travel and collect artifacts from around the world will be attracted to this global color. It can pretty much match with everything from earthy, neutral palettes or colors like chocolate, red, gray, green and orange,” she said.