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How to Incorporate the Color of the Year into Your Home Decor
by Kimberly Foerst on 0 comments
Each year all the major paint companies and even stores like Etsy announce their color of the year. For 2020, we have seen a slew of options from a deep blue to a chartreuse yellow, to a light pink. With a spread like that, it’s not likely you’ll want to use each color of the year in your home, but you may have a favorite one or two.
While turning your entire home one color may be a bit over the top, there are many ways to add the year’s trendiest hues tastefully. Start by adding the color of the year to just one room in your home. Then, expand to additional spaces as you see fit.