5 Statement-Making Paint Colors We’re Considering for Spring
Sometimes just one update can transform an entire room. And since we're never ones to shy away from a home project (or the latest IKEA hack!), we're already underway in our springtime interior adventures. We DIYed our hearts out with Living Coral, posted a light and airy #shelfie and now we're narrowing down our springtime paint options. Click through the slideshow to see what we're swatching for the season.
Petal Pink: Let the changing seasonal scenery inspire your walls. A petal-inspired paint (like Sherwin-Williams Teaberry) looks great with bold graphics, natural textures, and yep, you guessed it, fresh spring flowers. (via Front + Main)
Mustard Yellow: This dialed-up hue goes with so many different colors (teal, burgundy, white... we could go on) and works to instantly freshen up a space. Update your entryway door with this smile-inducing shade (like Valspar Orange Glow pictured) and brace yourself for the compliments. (via Old Brand New)
Bright White: If you wanna lighten up a room without adding another window, turn up the white! A natural light-loving paint like Sherwin-Williams High Reflective White can make it happen in a flash. (via Paper & Stitch)
Navy: It may seem that opting for an inkier color will make a space look less fresh, but that's not always the case. Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue allows the trim and moulding to stand out for a dining room that's inviting *and* elevated. (via Emily Henderson, photo by Zeke Ruelas)
Hunter Green: Love natural elements in your decor? This botanical-inspired hue (think Sherwin-Williams Evergreens) helps woods and rattans glow and bold patterns jump. (via A Beautiful Mess)
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Allison Collins lives in Denton, Texas with her husband and two dogs. She is a honky tonk connoisseur, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and proud member of the West Texas Cloud Appreciation Society.