Celebrate Your Independence: Color is Personal, Choose Ones That Are Right for You!

June 28, 2021 1 min read

Celebrate Your Independence: Color is Personal, Choose Ones That Are Right for You!

This Independence Day, we are encouraging our customers to celebrate their independence by choosing paint colors that lift their mood and reflect their own individual style and personality.  

Color trends come and go.  Popular neutrals shift like a pendulum from warm to cool and back to warm again. But nothing creates a greater experience at home than surrounding yourself in paint colors that reflect your unique design point of view.  

There is nothing more exciting in interior design than walking into a home and finding that the mood feels just as warm and welcoming as the homeowner’s smile or just as stylish and edgy as their fashionable wardrobe. When someone’s home is a visual extension of their personality it makes their home much more exciting to explore and infinitely more inviting.  

And nothing helps to create this mood more that the background color on the walls. The color that surrounds us as we walk into a home immediately sets the tone for the whole experience. This Independence Day, we are sharing some unique and bold color choices to help inspire our customers to live colorfully in a space that is uniquely you. Happy Independence Day!  



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