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It’s safe to say that most Indiana residents have spent enough time indoors the past few months. That being said, there’s never been a better time to add some new life to rooms that were getting a little mundane. Here’s a few of our favorite summer interior paint colors to help usher in one of the most anticipated seasons.
There are few paint colors that remind homeowners of sunny days like various shades of yellow. The brightness of sunshine yellow is a happy color that will energize and perk up any room throughout the hotter months. Soft neutrals, such as white or gray can make the color stand out even more.
This hue of blue has often been associated with feelings of relaxation, allowing for calming feelings. In fact, it can be the perfect color choice for a space to unwind after work, or to promote feelings of relaxation in the bedroom before sleep.
Everyone recognizes the feminine qualities of pink, but aside from a girl’s room this paint color is suitable for powder rooms and guest rooms. Besides, some colorful summer flowers can really change the dynamic of the entire room.
Okay, so maybe you don’t want your room to look like Margaritaville, but a touch of lime can definitely loosen things up a bit. The color is best used as a highlight accent, to add a touch of energy to a room. Consider bringing in smaller accessories in the same color to round out the look.
Many of us are eagerly awaiting the first real opportunity to let our feet hit the water before a big swim. Have you ever considered trying to capture and express that same feeling through paint? This cool shaded color is perfect for living rooms, promoting serenity immediately when you walk into the door.
Coral is another vibrant selection that’s perfectly used as a noticeable accent in any room. The color pairs well with white without being overwhelming, yet offering a subtle reminder of tropical oceans in summer.