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Top Interior Paint Colors for 2015

by Jeri Kennedy

Whether you’re an experienced painter or a paint-novice, picking your paint color can be a challenge! Not only can it be difficult picking out a color that compliments your home decor and furniture, but one of the hardest things about selecting a color for your walls is the fact that you’ll be living with it for a few years at the most. A great way to express your personal style, changing up paint colors can spice up a room or bring a much needed sense of peace and calm.

Benjamin Moore says: “Through our research and travel across the globe, four color families emerged suggesting bolder color and confident choices. Color layering is so easy and in this year! Discover the berry, green, blush andblue paint color collections of 2015. Monochromatic colors feel right, right now. Try warm, cool, dark and light layers of the same hue. It’s one chromatic concept, gracefully flowing room to room.”

According to BW, one of this year’s hottest shades is green. Guilford Green (HC-116) is a color that can tie everything together peacefully with it’s silvery green hue that works a wide range of color combinations – from neutrals to daring shades.

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Need more paint inspiration? Check out Benjamin Moore‘s Color Trends 2014. Interior painting makes your home fresh, crisp and more inviting– and the best part? Painting a room can be an easy do it yourself project that will not be difficult or take a long time.

The best paint colors for your house are the ones that will blend with the overall design flow of your home. If you’re sticking with your decor, it’s best to go with matching shades for wall color. DIY Home Trends is one of my favorite resources for painting tips and ideas!

Learn more about 2015 decor home trends at the Creativity Exchange and DIY Home Trends!

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