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Bold Paint Colors = A Bold Life

Posted by: Storganization Staff Tags: Expert Tips

Gone are the days of drab and boring walls – the latest design movement in home decoration is all about color, and the bolder the color the better! According to HGTV’s latest color obsession, almost every vibrant hue from navy blue to apple green is what’s trending. But before you start a complete home makeover, it’s important to determine the right color to complement your design aesthetic.

 

Do you have a lot of natural light?

Then, blue might be the color for you. Pair it with white furniture and other bursts of complementary shades, such as coral and green to create a living room that is a beautiful retreat, topped perfectly with natural light.

 

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Need a perfect color for the kids’ rooms?

Try a mint green. This twist on a traditional nursery room will have calming effects and can be easily combined with either similar pastels or rich, dark colors.

 

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Want to add a touch of designer style to any room?

A vivid purple is the perfect color for you. A recent report from Zillow stated that colorful kitchens and pantries are more aesthetically pleasing than traditional white. A fun and unique color like purple can be just the upgrade your kitchen needs, and make your already organized room stand out.

 

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Not ready to redo your whole house?

Gray is the new go-to neutral in home décor because it matches with just about everything. Your bedroom can become instantly polished and clean, and will inspire you to keep it that way!

 

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No matter what color speaks the most to your personal style, you can’t go wrong with something fresh and new! For more design tips and organization inspiration, check out ClosetMaid.com and all of our other channels: FacebookTwitterInstagram, Pinterest, YouTubeHouzz  and Flickr.

 

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