The Popular Paint Colors in Every State Are Way Crazier Than We Expected. Forget red states and blue states. The United States is way more colorful (and adventurous!) when it comes to paint colors than electoral maps. A new infographic from BEHR reveals which hue each state buys the most compared to it neighbors, and the results are a bona fide rainbow.
5 Kitchen Trends That Are Poised to Take Over in 2018. With a new year comes thoughts of how to renovate, refresh, and redecorate our living spaces. And where better to start than in the heart and hearth of the home, the kitchen? Check out the five kitchen trends poised to make a huge splash in 2018. Sage Is Going to Be the Hottest Color in 2018. Brace yourself, white and beige: There's a new neutral coming to town. According to the Pinterest 100 list, which is the website's prediction of trends that are going to be huge in 2018 based on what people are pinning, sage is about the have a serious moment. There's been a 170% increase in saves for "sage" decor — and it's easy to see why. This greyish green hue is a soft, muted color that's easy to decorate with, but doesn't veer into boring or predictable territory, hence why it's being dubbed a new neutral. This bedroom proves that the color blends seamlessly with just about anything, including wood, metallic finishes, and distressed fabric.
The First 2018 Color Predictions Are Here and They're Super Bold. In 2016, Simply White and Alabaster White were the hue of the moment. Then in 2017, we saw a shift to darker neutrals, like Poised Taupe and Mushroom. So it's only fitting that for 2018 people predict even deeper and bolder colors are going to be all the rage. One of the first paint companies to release their prediction is PPG Paints, who named Black Flame (PPG1043-7) their new "it" shade. They describe it as an "unprecedented, statement-making black with deep tones of indigo." So ... Black Flame is the new black? They also claim it reflects the rebirth of classic black and evokes feelings of privacy, hope and classic modernism. It kind of reminds us of Benjamin Moore's Shadow from last year, to be honest.
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