Thinking of Hue

Whether you want to add energy to a dull room or calm energy to a hectic one, here is what Home Beautiful has to say about some of 2020’s most popular paint colors:

Orange: Expands Your Thinking

This vibrant hue reduces self-consciousness and allows you to express yourself with confidence. It is the color of laughter and celebration. Add an orange mouse pad to your office, an accent wall to a bedroom, or just a bordered notecard on a side table.

Deep Blue: Encourages Efficiency

Wear dark blue when you need to make a decision. At home, try it on an oversized tray, a wastebasket, a desk lamp or all over the room.

Green: Has Healing Powers

Green represents nourishment and encourages stability. Use it in a rejuvenating space, like a kelly green set of potholders or sage green bath towels.

Light Purple: Enhances Spirituality

Purple encourages a fresh perspective on emotional issues. Use it in your home to enhance compassion and to include friends as family.

Bright Red: Fortifies You

Red is a stimulant that promotes courage. Use this color when you want to increase self-confidence. A little goes a long way: try a bright red candy dish, picture frame, or accent pillows.

Yellow: Increases Your Focus

This cheerful color is known for enhancing intelligence and mental agility. It can help stimulate conversation and clarify thoughts. Try using yellow bookmarks in your home office or tossing a yellow blanket on a side chair.


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