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Best Interior Colors for Springtime

 

The season of growth is the perfect time to rethink your interior wall or accessory colors. After a spring-cleaning process, you may want to freshen up your space. So what colors are perfect for spring? Click through to learn more.

After a long, dark winter, we are so excited to see the sun again. For some of us, sunny days and blooming flowers mean it's time to redecorate our homes. If your walls could use a fresh coat of paint, consider adding a little pop of color that reflects the beauty of spring. Here are a few popular colors to consider.

 

Yellow

Yellow is the color of the sun, and as the days grow longer and brighter, it is a great way to brighten up your room. Soft yellows pair well with neutral tones, whereas a bold, bright yellow can provide an interesting contrast.

 

Blush

If bright pink isn't exactly right for you, consider blush. This soft pink tone is practically neutral and goes well with either brown or gray accents. Blush provides just a kiss of pink on your decor and can give you a feeling of spring all year long.

 

Sage

Greens in the home can be polarizing. Most people either love or hate green as a part of their decor. But if you're thinking that green can add a touch of nature to your design, maybe consider a shade of sage. Sage is a quieter tone of green that can be used as a primary focus or small accents.

 

Coral

For a slightly bolder tone, turn to coral. Not as bright as orange, coral gives your home a clean accent that can match any neutral tone, including gray, in your scheme. Pure orange can be too energetic a color, but coral tones that down with a softer hue.

 

Aqua

If blue is your favorite but you want to try something different, spring is a great time to try aqua in your home. Much lighter than turquoise or teal, aqua is a light blue with just a kiss of green, like the ocean. It can match with bolder colors or stand alone against white.

What colors do you dream of using for your home? Call us now.

 
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