Paint Colors For Winter
It’s that time of year again, when the leaves have fallen, the days are shorter, and the outdoor temperature drops, or we hope they do living in Florida. As a homeowner, you may be thinking of ways to brighten up your home for the upcoming holidays, or just thinking about sprucing up your home during the cooler months of the year. One way that you can improve the indoor surroundings within your home, is to apply new paint on the walls. There are many beautiful paint color options that are inspired by the colors of winter, and below, you will find some of our favorite ideas.
-Queen’s Wreath by Benjamin Moore: This distinctive, royal purple is an exquisite color that will stand out in any room. This is a bold choice for someone who adores the color purple and isn’t afraid to show it off.
-Spiced Pumpkin by Benjamin Moore: This paint color is part of Benjamin Moore’s Classic Color Collection, and it is exactly that…classic. For homeowners who enjoy the deep, rich hues of orange and red, this is a muted, yet bold, choice that appeals to many.
-Lazy Gray by Sherwin-Williams: This is a color option that will make any room appear crisp and clean, with its’ subtle shade of gray. It adds just the right amount of color that warms and defines a room, without being overstated or obtrusive.
-Melting Icicles by Behr: This beautiful mix of white/gray will help to create a feeling of openness and airiness within a room. Due to its’ light shade, it mixes well with many other paint colors, as well as with a variety of decorating styles.
-Wintergreen by Glidden: This pale color is similar to a wintergreen mint or a piece of wintergreen chewing gum. Its’ light shade brightens up any room, and is sure to enhance the senses of people of all ages. If you are looking for a color that will add brightness, and just a little bit of color, then this may be the option for you.
There are many ways to freshen up your home during these long days of winter, and painting a room, or rooms, within your home is a great place to start. A trip to your local paint shop, or a glance through the Internet, can provide you with more ideas of wintertime inspiration.