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    2019’s Hottest Paint Colors For Your Home

    New Year, New Paint! Have you been thinking about making a change to your home? One of the biggest bangs for your buck is a fresh coat of paint to change things up without breaking the bank. Check out some of the hottest trends for 2019 (as predicted by Consumer Reports presented in no particular order.

    Which is your favorite (we are loving the boldness of number 4)

    Metropolitan AF-690 By Benjamin Moore

    Metropolitan AF-690 by Benjamin Moore

    “Metropolitan AF-690 emanates nuance, harmony and extravagant ease. Always adaptable, it softens to matte or shimmers with sheen. It’s neutral. It’s understated. It just is. This is color, off-duty.”  Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore & Co.

    A subtle and elegant gray with cool undertones helps to create a soothing background. Whether you are looking for sleek touch in the kitchen, a dreamy and sophisticated color for the bedroom, or balanced out with warm colors in the living room, this color can do it all.


    Reflecting Pool by Sherwin Williams

    Reflecting Pool by Sherwin-Williams

    “Soft and calming when combined with natural hues, but energizing and fun when used with vivid and bold colors” Ashley Banbury, senior designer for HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams.

    This fun, versatile paint color can be used in any room of the house to create a fresh, hip, feel.


    Stainless Steel 37B-4 by Clark + Kensington

    Stainless Steel 37B-4 by Clark + Kensington from Ace Hardware

    “It can be paired with neutral oranges or charcoals that bring a sense of creativity to a room,” Shannon Olear, paint marketing manager at Ace Hardware.

    A fresh color reminiscent of periwinkle that can be used to bring an elegant brightness to your space. Try it as an accent wall in the living room or to make that half bath pop. This color invites play and experimentation!


    Orange Slice By Valspar

    Orange Slice 2002-1B by Valspar

    “Adventurous orange maintains an artificial intensity that invites an experimental mindset.” – Sue Kim, Valspar Color Strategist

    Not for everyone, this vibrant orange is great for experimenting in a bonus room, adding a bright pop to an office, or (for the truly bold) in a spare bedroom paired with neutral toned fabrics.

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