Create a Mood With Color

Choosing just the right color for your home can be a daunting task. To make color selection less intimidating, many interior designers suggest considering the feeling each color inspires.

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Yellow-Green: Room for Growth

Yellow-green tones such as pea green are associated with both nature and growth. Often considered by designers a difficult color to use, pea green is most successful when paired with other earth tones, particularly brown or orange. To encourage growth, designers turn to pea green as a gender-neutral choice for kids' rooms. When combined with turquoise, it takes on a masculine feel but when used with pale pink, it becomes more feminine.

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