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Spruce Up Your Home With This Springtime Color Palette

By Inside Columbia
springtime color palette

Nature reminds us to ground ourselves, find peace and tranquility as well as rejuvenation. It’s difficult to do in our ever-busy world. So if you can’t find as much time outside this spring, why not bring the colors of outside … in? With the help of Jaclyn Rogers, the color consultant at Ai Painting Plus, we have put together a spring color palette that allows your home to transform into a place of serenity. Rogers explains what each earthy Benjamin Moore color can bring to your home and make it bloom.

Color palette Nottingham Green – 569
A touch of blue gives this light mint green a cool, leisurely feel.

“This is a fun color! This one brings the beauty of nature indoors, fostering a sense of tranquility and connection to the outdoors by bringing it inside. It looks great in the kitchen and well-lit rooms for a splash of fun.”

Bunker Hill Green – 566
A saturated shade of grass green has both a playful and sophisticated side.

“This color is timeless by adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to any interior space. This color can introduce cozy spaces or intimacy in any room. This is a great choice for bedrooms and living rooms. Also, it looks great pairing with navy blue and mustard yellow.”

Toasted Marshmallow – 1049
This deeply toned brown owes its toasted golden tint to a faint orange undertone.

“There is so much versatility in this color, leaving it feeling trendy yet sophisticated. Whether used as a main wall color, trim or accent, Toasted Marshmallow adds a touch of sophistication and charm to any space. The key to this color while painting is to allow for it to brighten up and allow for rooms to look more spacious.”

Frosted Café – 2098-70
A pink-tinged neutral as light and frothy as the foam atop a cup of cappuccino.

“This color can enforce comfort and coziness in your space, making it feel like a welcoming retreat no matter where you put it. This color can pair with a versatile number of colors allowing it to feel traditional, but it also can be contemporary. This makes it easy to choose and find a place for it in your home.”

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