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With thousands of colors available, selecting paint colors for your home can be intimidating. Some homeowners may play it safe and just pick one color throughout, while others are more open to color. Their most common mistake—selecting paint colors that are too bright. For a sure thing, try one of these soft hues…
A warm neutral, like Benjamin Moore’s Cream Fleece, is a perfect choice to connect rooms of different colors, making it a popular choice for foyers and hallways. It’s often selected as a paint color for new construction, used throughout the entire home.
A soft blue, like Benjamin Moore’s Silver Crest, has universal appeal. This calm and relaxing color is a popular choice for bedrooms, bathrooms and more.
For a deeper shade, try Benjamin Moore’s Coventry Gray. Its blue/green undertone gives the room a bit of soft color. A beautiful choice for a bedroom or living room.
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Adding color to your home can add personality and freshen the look of your space. If you’ve been looking to experiment with color here are some easy updates to try…
Select an accent color for the back wall of your built-in shelving. This easy update can give your room a more finished look. You can get the unique look of these shelves by painting the cabinetry in a neutral color instead of the usual white, like Benjamin Moore’s OC-20 Pale Oak. Finish the back wall in a soft accent color and the shelves can remain white. For the accent color shown above, try Benjamin Moore’s HC-143 Wythe Blue.
Add some color to a neutral room by painting the ceiling, like in this relaxing sunporch. Using color in this unexpected way adds interest and brightens the room. To get this look try Benjamin Moore’s HC-148 Jamestown Blue.
Enhance a photo wall by using a rich color as a backdrop. This is a great way to display a favorite set of prints or sketches. Using a set of matching frames, like in the arrangement above, will create a more uniform look. To get a similar look, try Benjamin Moore’s 1645 Thousand Oceans.
Be sure the color you select works well with the existing colors in your home. The best way to do this is to consider the colors in your home as if they were one color palette. Do they work? If so, then select an accent color from within that palette. Not ready to look at the big picture? A easier way to select a an accent color for you room is to simply use a darker shade of a color that is already in the room.
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