New Year, New Color Palettes To Try

Is your home ready for a color refresh in the new year? Here are some color palette ideas that will have you ready to tackle every room in the house.

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White + Emerald Green

This home office is a jewel box that will have you ready to tackle anything and everything that comes your way in the new year. The white walls allow the jewel-toned emerald green built-in desk to shine.

Black + Pink

Feeling a bit bold and glamorous? This black and pink color palette is just for you. The black accents allow the beautiful pink lower cabinets to shine, while also grounding the space so that it doesn't feel too pink - if there was ever such a thing.

Eggplant + Gold

A deep purple bedroom? Heavenly! This one adds depth to the color palette with a textured wallcovering and gold accents.

White + Navy Blue

The white and navy blue colors seen in this kitchen provide a colorful, but not overwhelming palette in this space.

Living Coral, Black + White

To be the ultimate trendsetter, use the Pantone 2019 color of the year, Living Coral, in your next paint remodel. This refreshing hue is simply radiant when paired with black and white, like in this powder bath.

Gray + Teal

This modern living room mixes gray and teal, striking the perfect combination of neutral with a touch of color.

White + Hot Pink

A powder bath is a great place to use a striking color palette and this bathroom does just that. The white walls bring attention to the star of the bathroom - the hot pink vanity.

Tan + Plum

Light and refreshing, this master bedroom boasts a soothing neutral palette with accents of pops of plum found in the furnishings and accessories. This palette doesn't overwhelm and provides a playful touch of color.

Black + White

This classic color fusion can be used throughout all design styles and when used as an accent wall, like in this bedroom, can create striking results.

Navy + Peach

If you want just a taste of color, peach and navy is the way to go. The peachy walls bring in just a touch of color and help bring out the deep blue hues seen in the headboard.

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