Make a big change fast with these ingenious painting ideas and chic paint color combinations from top designers.
See how this deep green hue can transform your home.
From soft blues to deep greens, their picks may surprise you.
Say hello to productivity.
Consider these greys your go-to shades.
Interior designers are feeling blue, and it's a wonderful thing.
You finally picked the perfect color, but that was just the first step.
These paints may be from the same color family, but they're oh-so-different.
Go ahead, swoon. We won't stop you.
An entire generation is obsessed for a reason!
There's a new minimalist color palette in town, and it doesn't involve grey.
We promise this DIY approach isn’t as messy as you’d think.
From key lime curtains to forest-hued accessories, apparently it is easy going green.
Make a powerful, stylish statement without being too busy.
You may want to bring this shade into every room of your home.
These spaces prove everything is better in the happy hue.
Fact: This shade is anything but boring.
The red lipstick of interior design: classic but undeniably sexy.
Going green has never looked so good.
Blues and grays and pinks, oh my.
Is "Calluna" not the cutest name?
Trust, you're going to want to use all them in your house!
Get on board, this millennial favorite is here to stay.
Are you afraid of the dark? Don't worry: We have a few tips for overcoming the issue.
Here's how to achieve "sultry," not "stop sign."
The wait for next year's breakout color is over.
You'll feel anything, but the blues.
Love purple? Such a Leo.
It's definitely nothing like what was picked last year.
Your home is about to look like the Fixer Upper star renovated it herself.
This color combo is a classic for a reason.
And by dark side, we mean the super chic, modern side.
They may just tempt you to consider Pantone 448. Maybe.
It's all about balance.
Mint green is having a moment, and we're completely smitten.
Can't. Stop. Staring. It's so blue!!!
These mesmerizing paint palettes evoke summer any time of year.
Case in point: This bedroom makes four of them.
It turns out all you need is a little paint.
We were a little apprehensive too, but these pretty pastel hues actually work great in the home space.
...If this prediction is right.
Here's how to decorate with your favorite moody hue — in small doses and covering an entire room.
Sometimes the neutral approach simply doesn't cut it.
One coat is never enough—create a high-impact space with glossy, lacquered walls
Designers share what makes them cringe.