Summer Style: Hottest Color Trends of the Season

Update your home with lively hues that represent the radiant feel of summer, from aqueous shades of silver and blue to classic pink and green.

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Although summer is typically associated with vibrant, saturated colors, bold primaries have been toned down with white to create shades of aqua, misty blue and azure. HGTV fan WhimsicalWitch gives her kitchen a shabby-chic makeover by adding sporadic splashes of aqua to the crisp, white space. Freshly painted chairs, distressed shutters and aqua-trimmed stemware bring a cool, delicate feel to the room, ideal for a true summer look.

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