Seven paint manufacturers have released what they consider to be their top paint color of 2016, and with the exception of one shade of yellow, you won’t be surprised to see that the majority of these colors are similar in nature. What’s trendy now likely won’t be trendy five years from now, but maybe one of these colors will inspire a refresh of a room or two, as a new paint job can go a long way in transforming the overall feel of your home. My personal favorite here is the “Poised Toupe” by Sherwin-Williams, as it provides a pleasing neutral tone when contrasted against white, a color everyone seems to love these days. Here are the rest of the colors:
Here’s the full post from Houzz.
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