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Video: All About Color
The New Trad alum shares some of his favorite Benjamin Moore paint colors
For a little excitement in your life, give red a try!
Tips for stepping outside of your neutral comfort zone.
How to make color work throughout your whole home.
Colorist David Oliver gives his insight on how color can transform any space.
Having a hard time picking the perfect color palette? The choice is as clear as black and white.
For a winning color combination, opt for a soothing palette of blues and white.
Spice up your design with the warm and cool combination of blue and brown.
Other hues may slip in and out of style, but this charming color duo?blue and white?is always in the design scene.
Cheerful, girly, and unabashedly sweet, sherbet orange brings a pretty pop of color.
Punctuate your living area with purple?an always-ravishing hue sure to rejuvenate any room.
See how the pros create unforgettable spaces using bold colors like burnt orange, russet red, and coral.
Pink and green is a girly, spirited, and just plain pretty color combo. But think salmon or watermelon mixed with green the shade of mint and this dynamic duo offers a little more sophistication...
Arguably the most popular hue on the color wheel, there's just something about blue that we can't seem to get enough of.
Interior designer Jamie Drake describes how to use bold colors to create energy and excitement in traditional room settings.
Often associated with girls' bedrooms, out-there accents, and romantic events, pink typically takes a backseat when it comes to interiors. But when executed properly, this happy hue can take a...
In a sumptuous symphony of hues, energetic lemon yellow has caught our eye. Watch to see why.
Look no further than to Mother Nature for a light and neutral palette that is sure to please?moss green and stone gray.
In an array of shades that range from watery blue-greens to deep jewel tones, turquoise is an ultra-cool color that is always sure to turn heads.
We're commonly told to think pink, but this girly color, in the no-apology form of fuchsia, takes the stage when designers go gutsy and bold.