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Like an Easter egg in reverse, this pearly gray 1911 home hides all its colorful personality behind the door.
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Deep, luxurious hues evoke high-impact drama without a hint of gloom. Gwen Hefner of The Makerista blog shows why you shouldn’t be afraid of the dark.
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Not sure whether to repaint a white wall brown—or whether yellow is really the right color for your kitchen? Check out our advice for how to decorate with white, gray, yellow, purple, pink, red,...
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Yellow signals cheer and freshness, like early spring daffodils. It can brighten any room and lend a soft sunny aura or a make a bold color statement.
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Blues evoke the restful feeling of sky and sea but can also add a welcome punch of bright color to your home.
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Bold or soft, purple and pink add drama and romance to a room.
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Green and all its hues—including moss, emerald, pine, willow, charteuse, lime, olive, mint and forest—can add serenity, playfulness or elegance to a room.
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Red and orange paints can add a dash of drama, energy or even restfulness to your home.
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Brown's neutral, earthy tones give rooms a familiar and comfortable feel. See how you can use brown paint in rooms throughout your home.
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Gray works as a background for any other color. It can add warmth, sophistication or serenity to your rooms.

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