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17 Paint Colors That Totally Make a Room

August 29, 2016

Should you use a versatile neutral or a bold, unexpected color? We're sharing 17 of our favorite wall colors to help you figure out which hue is the one for you!

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Pretty in Purple

Plum tones are great for using violet in a more muted manner. For an unexpected twist, try pairing this tone with touches of tangerine, as seen in this vibrant space by Erika Ward.

Try This Hue: SW 6542 Vesper Violet

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Photo: Photographer: Christina Wedge

Serene Sleeping

Baby blue is not just for nurseries! Bring a classic, sky-like look to your sleeping space by pairing this color with something energetic like deep orange.

Try This Hue: SW 6506 Vast Sky

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Going Gray

If you find beige and tan too neutral or impersonal for your own home, muted grays may be a much better fit. For versatility, choose grays with hints of blue or white that will pair well with orange or green.

Try This Hue: SW 6514 Respite

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Tranquil Tones

Gray-greens are used in spa-like settings and tranquil spaces aimed to keep people relaxed. Try various shades of gray-green in bedrooms to help induce relaxation in your own home after a long day.

Try This Hue: SW 6212 Quietude

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