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According to Benjamin Moore, their "Color of the Year" is a refreshing wash of pink.


"A fresh palette. A revitalized spirit. A soft, rosy hue blooming with potential. Benjamin Moore's Color of the Year 2020, First Light 2102-70, is the backdrop for a bright new decade." - Benjamin Moore

Pink may be considered the "TOP" trend, however, they also named some other color hues that others are taking note. You may see a pattern.

2020 we'll be seeing lots of blues, greens, pinks & grays. As seen here: Color Trends 2020 Palette


We are loving this Benjamin Moore -Windmill Wings (2067-69) color which is not only playful, it's a take on periwinkle. It's airy, light and relaxing. This color is great in pretty much any room- but has a more easy vibe that seems great for lounging areas.


Speaking of relaxation, green continues to be a color that is said to relieve stress & promote tranquility. Similar to blue, this nature-based green is organic in the sense that it's clean & functional in almost any room. Just like these spaces below.


These shades bring an all new meaning to lightening up in 2020. Seems as though bold is always a statement, subtle might be what trends are serving up in the New Year. Get in touch with nature and your home all at once.

Don't be defeated by the cold temps. Winter is the perfect time of year to work on the interior of your home. The cold, dry air his helps cure paint for fast drying times so it sets quicker than during the humid summer months. And with THESE colors, there is no doubt that color is a mood booster. Light/bright colors on a dreary, winter day works wonders on how you're feeling.

Not to mention, we offer more flexibility with easier booking. Contact us for a free estimate. What are you waiting for? Contact us as we finish out 2019 and have some great holiday promos at George Apap Painting.

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