Pin-Worthy Paint Trends We're Loving ATM

Browse, pin, paint. We've rounded up our ultimate guide to Pinterest's hottest paint trends.

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The Trend: Ombre

For this adorable little boy's room, designer Rebecca Zajac created a show-stopping ombre wall treatment to mimic the look of rolling mountains. See the entire room here.

The Trend: Ombre

 If an entire ombre room feels overwhelming, try the trendy look in a smaller space. Here, a deep blue ombre hallway adds drama and a dreamy entrance to the master bedroom.

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The Trend: Ombre

An even easier way to introduce the look into your home is by painting the dresser drawers in various shades of the same color, as seen in this cheerful bedroom by Brian Patrick Flynn. See this entire bedroom here.

The Trend: Color Blocking

From the curtains to the walls, this playful bedroom design makes great use of the color-blocking trend. Find more color-block inspiration here.

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The Trend: Color Blocking

If an entire color-blocked room is too much for you, introduce the trend in small doses throughout your home. These DIY color-blocked canisters from HGTV Magazine are super easy to make and can be easily repainted when you're ready to move on to something new. Find the full instructions here.

The Trend: Dip Dye

Give everyday objects an easy makeover with a little dip dying magic. Want to make your own paint-dipped wooden utensils? Find the instructions here.

The Trend: Dip Dye

Or try giving furniture a little extra pizzazz with a funky dip dye on the legs. A gold drip looks super chic on this funky redone cabinet. See the full makeover here.

The Trend: Chalkboard Paint

Chalkboard paint has got to be one of the most versatile paints you can use. Whether you just want a gorgeous matte finish or a wall where you can write the day's agenda, chalkboard paint is a great option. Learn to make this chalkboard backsplash here.

The Trend: Chalkboard Paint

Another great idea? Update an old fridge or other appliance with chalkboard paint. Think cool matte paint job meets in-home art studio. Find our top chalkboard paint ideas here.

The Trend: Vibrant Front Doors

 The color of your door can change the entire look of your house, so it's no surprise people are careful to pick the right one. Not sure which hue is right for you? Take our quiz to find out.

The Trend: All-White Interiors

 According to designer Brian Patrick Flynn, "Spaces packed with an abundance of natural light are the best choices for using white effectively. Once the light hits the windows and is then diffused by lined window coverings, it floods the room with a visual softness that immediately creates a cozy atmosphere." Find tips for pulling off an all-white room here.

The Trend: All-White Interiors (Almost)

If you love the clean, crisp look of white but want something a bit more homey, consider a barely-there gray as a stylish alternative that looks ultra chic in any design style.

The Trend: Watercolor

While this stunning design is actually wallpaper, watercolor walls can also be painted for an equally breathtaking statement. Find even more watercolor inspiration here.

The Trend: Colorful Ceilings

Nothing adds drama to a neutral space quite like a deep blue ceiling. Find expert tips for painting your ceiling here.

The Trend: Colorful Ceilings

If you want to go all out, consider adding strips or another bold pattern to your ceiling. Just think of it as the fifth wall. Learn how to paint stripes on your ceiling here.

The Trend: Gold Accents

Gold is everywhere. From small gold details to bolder pieces like the coffee table and metallic tree trunk stool in this space, it's easy to add a touch of glamour to just about anything with a coat or two of this trendy metallic finish. Find out what will and will not gild here.

The Trend: Two-Tone Cabinets

"Two-toned kitchens are showing up more and more and are a great choice for a space where you want to create a bit more depth with your look," explains interior designer Erica Reitman. "You can choose to go with two complementary colors, or go a bit bolder and choose two contrasting colors."

The Trend: Two-Tone Cabinets

If you only have lower cabinets in your kitchen, you can still take advantage of this trend by opting for a colorful island. Here, white cabinets are enlivened with an emerald green island and punchy wallpaper. Find more kitchen cabinet color trends here.

The Trend: Stenciling

Looking to add instant drama to a focal wall? Consider stenciling one wall for major impact. Bonus: It's easier than you think. Find out how to create a focal wall like this one here.

The Trend: Stenciling

Stenciling is also a great option if you want to add interest to the ceiling. It's colorful, playful and easy to paint over when the time comes. Find step-by-step instructions for stenciling your ceiling here.

The Trend: Faux Rugs

Outdoor rugs are great, but they get dirty, fray and need to be replaced. That's where painted faux rugs come into play. The design possibilities are endless, and when it starts to look dingy, you can simply add a fresh coat! Learn how to do it yourself here.

The Trend: Faux Marbling

Faux finishes often get a bad wrap, but they can be done tastefully. Take this incredible faux marble table for example. It's hard to believe it's actually made of wood. Check out the entire makeover here.

The Trend: Painted Upholstery

Who knew you could actually paint upholstery? And the best part is that it doesn't even require special, upholstery-only paint. Check out this chair makeover to see just how simple it really is.

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