Spaces painted in golden yellows can add a warmth to your complexion. Paint the walls of the bathroom this warm color and you just might end up getting ready for the day with an extra bit of confidence.
Here's a look we're currently loving: dreamy pastels punched up with a bit of black. Like all the best couples, these two are better together: the pastel tones have a gentling influence on the black, while the black adds a little bit of edge. It's just the right amount of unexpected, soft and modern all at once.
I went back and forth on what to call this type of blue — robin's egg? duck egg? swimming pool? — but couldn't resist the idea of utilitarian laundry rooms painted the color of tiny blue boxes full of treasures.
Laundry can be straight-up drudgery, and updating the laundry room can mean drudgery-on-drudgery with the usual assortment of bland options. But the thought of using any of these bright, shiny babies might make the whole process a little more exciting. Maybe...
Painting your bathroom mint green can get wonky 60's grandma real fast, but lately I have seen so many examples that are clean and refreshing. Different shades can create different ambiances: lighter shades of mint green make for a more calm, relaxing feel, while brighter shades of mint green can be more fun and retro. Here are some inspiring rooms, and inspiring shades for you to check out.
Mustard can be a hard color to pin down — yellowy, orangey, golden, ochre-esque, olive-adjacent — but like pornography, I know it when I see it. Here are a few gorgeous mustard living rooms and paints perfect for autumn and beyond.
Swim against the stream by giving your living room a healthy dose of salmon. Welcoming, vibrant, and spirit-lifting, these pinky-oranges will bathe your room in a radiant glow, making it feel like a warm hug every time you enter. In the daytime, these invigorating hues will energize you, while at night, bathed in lamplight, they're wonderfully conducive to a cozy, laid-back evening.
I don't think I've ever met a dark blue I didn't like. Especially when paired with white, metal, or warm wood, paint in these tones can be a sophisticated choice. Here are five rooms where dark blue paint creates an inviting backdrop, and 10 paints to get the look.