The 5 Most Popular Colors from

Deep and dark, or bright and sunny, these five brilliant hues are the biggest hits on
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#5 Yellow

Soft and subdued, yellow is often used in babies' rooms and kitchens to create a calm, quiet place to begin a new life or to start the morning. But this versatile color is not just for the duck-and-bunny set or for old-fashioned spaces. Pick the right shade and yellow can be dramatic, daring and surprisingly debonair.

#4 Pink

Looking for just the right shade of pink? Try looking to your wardrobe (or your child's) for inspiration. Designer John Loecke ( added loads of spunk to this small room with his bold color choices.

#3 Gray

Cool and contemporary, gray captures our reader attention as a no-longer neutral shade. Here, it takes center stage in a monochromatic palette.For this design, David Bromstad uses a blue-gray paint and stainless steel accents, but adds hints of wood and leather to keep the space welcoming.

#2 Green

Runner up to most popular is this gorgeous green. Although dark green is often used to make a space look masculine (think Ralph Lauren-esque home offices), the color can also be fabulously feminine, as designer Martha Angus proves in this sitting room for the 2005 San Francisco Decorator's Showroom.

#1 Brown

By far what you, the readers, are most taken with on our site is this rich, deep brown. Various woods and leathers work well together and meld to create a welcoming mood in this cozy living room in shades of brown.