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Six Happy Spring Color Trends to Wake Up Your Home

Six Happy Spring Color Trends to Wake Up Your Home

Looking for a pick-me-up to give you hope that spring is here, and better days are ahead? A fresh coat of paint might help! Keep reading for my six of my favorite spring paint colors that are sure to bring happiness and rejuvenation to your home.

Blush

Step aside “millennial pink”! Blush is here to takeover for spring. Blush has been a popular year-round color — but of course, it has an extra allure in spring. One of my favorite color combos for spring is taupe, white, and soft pink. These colors provide warmth and subtle color to a space without going too over the top. It’s also a classic color palette because of its neutrality. I love Benjamin Moore’s “First Light,” and it is the paint company’s 2020 Color of the Year!

 

Light Blue

Light shades of blue are as cheerful as they come— and would work perfectly on any accent rug, pillow, or artwork, making it super easy to incorporate into your home. Look how gorgeous Benjamin Moore’s “Windmill Wings” looks in this room!

Sage Green

Green is a versatile shade and can take many different tones, but for spring, I love a softer, sage green.  It feels organic and can be used for both feminine and masculine spaces. Nothing says spring quite like an airy, fresh green. What do you think of Benjamin Moore’s “Sagebrush”?

 

Pastels

Pastel shades are among the most common and classic colors to brighten your home for sunnier, warmer days ahead. It’s a great way to gradually incorporate color back into your home after the cold, darker winter months. Benjamin Moore’s “Hawthorne Yellow” looks lovely in this sunny kitchen nook. Wouldn’t you love to sip your morning coffee here?!

Cream

A failsafe way to brighten up your home for spring is to go neutral with cream. It perfectly complements spring pastel tones. If that is not possible, try adding airier elements instead — think sheer curtains that let light in, cream linens, and fresh flowers. How does Benjamin Moore’s “Crisp Linen” look in this hallway?

Are you looking to refresh with some spring colors? Let me know!

 

 

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