"All 132 colors are available as , allowing you to be creative with color," says Sarah. "Use several colors to paint a rug or stair runner directly onto the floor, or simply paint your floor a single color."
"Create a bespoke headboard by painting or wallpapering directly onto the wall behind your bed," says Sarah. "Try using artisanal damask wallpaper, like , against soft walls for a sophisticated master bedroom."
"Painting furniture is a quick and easy way to update a space with color," says Sarah. "Try new colors (pictured) or for a really striking look. I've painted the chairs in my white kitchen and to add color to an otherwise neutral space."
"If you are nervous about using bright colors, layering lighter and darker tones is a great way to add interest," says Sarah. "Choosing hues from the same color family will create a considered, decorated feel. You can create different looks with different colors—new, easy greys like , (pictured), and will create a relaxed, Scandinavian feel, while yellow-based neutrals like , , and will create a pretty, country look."
"Take color outside by painting garden furniture, sheds or even plant pots," says Sarah. "Use summery colors like , , and to add color all year round."
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