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"People want more color, and they're not afraid of it like they used to be. We think teal blue is going to be important. It's already on the fashion runways. This is highly saturated, more blue than green, with undertones that make it feel sultry and mysterious. I could see it in a dining room or a bed-room, paired with red, amber, or earthy brown." —JACKIE JORDAN: SHERWIN-WILLIAMS OCEANSIDE SW 6496   - HouseBeautiful.com

"People want more color, and they're not afraid of it like they used to be. We think teal blue is going to be important. It's already on the fashion runways. This is highly saturated, more blue than green, with undertones that make it feel sultry and mysterious. I could see it in a dining room or a bed-room, paired with red, amber, or earthy brown." —JACKIE JORDAN: SHERWIN-WILLIAMS OCEANSIDE SW 6496 - HouseBeautiful.com

Oyster Bay by Sherwin Williams, a gorgeous soft gray-blue.

Oyster Bay by Sherwin Williams, a gorgeous soft gray-blue.

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"If I had to pick one color, it would be turquoise. It's not just blue or green, it's both, which means it's calming and invigorating at the same time. And it makes you think of escaping to someplace tropical and beautiful. It's got a little spark, like sun shining on water. I used it in a powder room and people walked in and said, 'Wow!' " —LEATRICE EISEMAN: PANTONE TURQUOISE 15-5519 TPX

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"If I had to pick one color, it would be turquoise. It's not just blue or green, it's both, which means it's calming and invigorating at the same time. And it makes you think of escaping to someplace tropical and beautiful. It's got a little spark, like sun shining on water. I used it in a powder room and people walked in and said, 'Wow!' " —LEATRICE EISEMAN: PANTONE TURQUOISE 15-5519 TPX

"We need to feel grounded, and a color like this suits the nesting instinct. It's both warm and cool, the perfect balance of gray and blue and green. You could push it toward blue by adding orange or yellow, or bring out the green by accenting it with red. White would shift it to gray. It's malleable, which makes it a good investment for the long term." —CATHERINE POOLE: THE FRESHAIRE CHOICE ORGANIC GARDEN FA064   - HouseBeautiful.com

The New Colors

"We need to feel grounded, and a color like this suits the nesting instinct. It's both warm and cool, the perfect balance of gray and blue and green. You could push it toward blue by adding orange or yellow, or bring out the green by accenting it with red. White would shift it to gray. It's malleable, which makes it a good investment for the long term." —CATHERINE POOLE: THE FRESHAIRE CHOICE ORGANIC GARDEN FA064 - HouseBeautiful.com

"This is a clean, clear blue that suggests sky and air and a new kind of energy. It feels pure and trustworthy. The color doesn't come at you — it recedes, which gives a room a nice sensation of openness. Just looking at it gives me the confidence to feel I can make a fresh start." —KRIM DANZINGER: GLIDDEN CLEAR BLUE SKY GLB15   - HouseBeautiful.com

The New Colors

"This is a clean, clear blue that suggests sky and air and a new kind of energy. It feels pure and trustworthy. The color doesn't come at you — it recedes, which gives a room a nice sensation of openness. Just looking at it gives me the confidence to feel I can make a fresh start." —KRIM DANZINGER: GLIDDEN CLEAR BLUE SKY GLB15 - HouseBeautiful.com

"We've all been cocooning, but we're sensing a change. So now what? This blue feels like a new stage of life, inspired by all those water colors that sustain, refresh, rejuvenate. It's so airy it can almost make walls disappear. It dances with the light." —SUE KIM: SEA KISS 5005-9C

The New Colors

"We've all been cocooning, but we're sensing a change. So now what? This blue feels like a new stage of life, inspired by all those water colors that sustain, refresh, rejuvenate. It's so airy it can almost make walls disappear. It dances with the light." —SUE KIM: SEA KISS 5005-9C

"We're introducing a new gray, which goes along with the Belgian look of natural wood and natural linen. In the past, people thought gray was a drab, boring color, but now it feels modern. This is on the warm side, and it works well with other neutrals or brighter colors like yellow or blue. It helps balance things out." —DONNA SCHROEDER: DUTCH BOY CATHEDRAL GRAY DT 136

The New Colors

"We're introducing a new gray, which goes along with the Belgian look of natural wood and natural linen. In the past, people thought gray was a drab, boring color, but now it feels modern. This is on the warm side, and it works well with other neutrals or brighter colors like yellow or blue. It helps balance things out." —DONNA SCHROEDER: DUTCH BOY CATHEDRAL GRAY DT 136

"I think everyone is looking for a little change, but nothing drastic. Aqua Chiffon is playful and happy, not too dark and not too light. I'd use it as an accent to bring some freshness to a bathroom or a bedroom. And since blue is relaxing, it would bring peace of mind, which everyone is yearning for right now." —TINA McHENRY: OLYMPIC PAINTS AQUA CHIPPON A58-3   - HouseBeautiful.com

The New Colors

"I think everyone is looking for a little change, but nothing drastic. Aqua Chiffon is playful and happy, not too dark and not too light. I'd use it as an accent to bring some freshness to a bathroom or a bedroom. And since blue is relaxing, it would bring peace of mind, which everyone is yearning for right now." —TINA McHENRY: OLYMPIC PAINTS AQUA CHIPPON A58-3 - HouseBeautiful.com

"It used to be that I'd spec out a red or tobacco brown for a den, library, or dining room — bold, saturated colors with a lot of bluster. No more. Now people are going for the classic, understated elegance of charcoal gray. I can close my eyes and imagine a room painted this shade, with crisp white moldings and black doors. Pure and uncluttered." —EMMETT FIORE: FINE PAINTS OF EUROPE SILHOUETTE GRAY   - HouseBeautiful.com

The New Colors

"It used to be that I'd spec out a red or tobacco brown for a den, library, or dining room — bold, saturated colors with a lot of bluster. No more. Now people are going for the classic, understated elegance of charcoal gray. I can close my eyes and imagine a room painted this shade, with crisp white moldings and black doors. Pure and uncluttered." —EMMETT FIORE: FINE PAINTS OF EUROPE SILHOUETTE GRAY - HouseBeautiful.com

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