A color that sounds as enticing as it looks.
Smooth like butter, but striking enough to stand alone, buttercream paint is a foolproof hue. Not only is this mellow yellow an instant mood-booster, it’s incredibly cozy and a great backdrop to both bold and neutral shades. “Delicious is the first word that comes to mind when I think of buttercream paint,” says Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute. “Our studies reveal that people invariably have a positive reaction to the color as it is seen as soft, warm, touchable, and comforting, and it is often associated with the sense of taste (as in delicious)!” A neutral that won’t fade into the background, buttercream is a fun alternative to your classic beiges and creams. “It is unobtrusive and subtle, a relaxed, quiet presence,” Pressman adds.
TwoPairAces: "The move sparked loud and angry backlash from climate change activists who believe the Democratic Party should change the rules to allow for a debate focused solely on climate issues." This is what happens when you create a party made of single-issue activist voters. They soon get upset if their single issue is not the only topic discussed, and feel that you're not giving them "enough" attention. Because as far as they're concerned, theirs is the only issue that matters.