Looking to do Some Painting This Year? Learn the Hottest Colors Here!

Painting is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to change the look of any room. Picking the right color though is very important. We found this article on what colors are the hottest trends now and will be in the future. We hope it helps!

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Pantone Color Institute recently declared Ultra Violet its 2018 Color of the Year, but many of you were dubious about the choice, at least when it comes to decorating your home. Those not crazy about Ultra Violet will be glad to know that paint manufacturers have also been rolling out their selections for 2018???s paint color of the year, and these hues tend to be more decorating-friendly. This year???s crop offers a diverse mix of lights, brights, darks and neutrals, so perhaps you???ll find a hue you would be happy to take home.

In general we seem to be moving away from the everything-in-white trend and toward moodier, more introspective hues. Shades of black are in, as are watery blue-greens. I was expecting to see hotter hues dominating the field this year, but the only warm contenders are a bold red from Benjamin Moore and a soft tan from Dutch Boy.

We???ve gathered together examples of each color to help you envision how they might look in a room, should you see something you like.

Among my favorite picks for 2018 paint color of the year is Oceanside from Sherwin-Williams, shown above and below. It???s a rich blue-green hybrid that works well in any style of room, from traditional to contemporary.

And, for lovers of white, because it???s a rather deep, dark hue, I think it needs a good bit of white or other light contrast to help keep it from feeling too somber.

Behr goes light and breezy this year with their selection of In the Moment.

This is a terrific option for those who favor softer hues. I think it would look fantastic in a kitchen or living room. And, because it???s a relatively light color, it works well in spaces that don???t receive adequate natural light.

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