DIY The Best Living Room Paint Colors To Reflect Your Mood, According To The Internet  

Jacob Shelton
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When it comes to interior design, finding the perfect living room colors to reflect your mood can be a major pain if you don’t know where to look. Pinterest offers some fantastic ideas for popular paint brands and colors that will turn your space into something straight out of a catalog or a home decor Instagram. We all know the best living room paint colors are the ones that show off who you really are. There are a number of popular brands these days that produce high quality hues for when you just can't help but put your personality on display.

Cut The Mustard Is Unconventional But Cozy

 

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If you're perhaps not looking to throw huge parties at your place, but you definitely want to give your space a warmth that makes people feel welcome, Cut The Mustard may just be the way to go. The earthy brown and yellow tones work perfectly as a feature wall or accent hue that can make furniture and graphics really pop. It'll be the perfect room for fun but thoughtful conversation.

Waterfall Reflects Serenity

 

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If you're trying to create a tranquil atmosphere in your home, Waterfall Green by Benjamin Moore will certainly invite feelings of serenity. This color sets everyone at ease and makes them feel like they're in the middle of a calm ocean. If you have an especially rambunctious family, this color could go a long way in getting everyone to chill out and relax together.

Lichen Shows Off Your Relaxed And Rugged Side

 

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While Lichen by Farrow & Ball seems like a more masculine color, it's certainly not just for men. When this color is applied correctly, it can give a serene and earthy feel to any room, especially if paired with the right furniture. When your friends come over, it'll feel like you're hanging out in your very own tree house.

Caliente Gives Off A High Energy

 

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When you want to make everyone who's hanging out at your house feel like they're in the middle of their own private party, a deep red, crimson living room is the easiest way to do it. The color creates a buoyant but intimate mood that makes your guests feel like the fun is never going to end. Caliente can compliment classic and bohemian design schemes.