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5 Of The Best New Paint Colors (And Where To Use Them)

There’s no denying the power of paint to transform a room – and even improve your mood. And now, there are even more paint colors available than ever before. We’ve searched through lots of swatches to bring you 5 of the best new paint colors – and we’re letting you know exactly how to use them for maximum visual appeal!

From a deep olive green, to perfectly pale pink and the ideal shade of blue, these brand new shades can add a fresh feel to your home. So grab your brushes and put down a drop cloth – as we introduce you to 5 of the best new paint colors.



For even more paint inspiration, be sure to check out 12 Of The Best Paint Colors (In Every Shade)The Best Kitchen Paint Colors, and Bobby’s 5 Favorite White Paints.

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the best new paint colors

Nearly Navy | Clare

This shade presents a new alternative to classic navy, with cool undertones that give it a more modern look. Use it on kitchen cabinets, in bedrooms or an office for optimal effect.


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the best new paint colors

Night On Earth | Backdrop 

Here’s a color that’s deeply rooted and totally earthy. Not too light or dark, this olive is definitely appealing. And you certainly can’t go wrong with a green kitchen or bath.


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the best new paint colors

Brooklyn Cowboy | Backdrop 

This color is made for urban cowboys – or anyone looking for a perfectly pale pinkish beige that’s equal parts warm and organic. Try it out in your living room, a nursery or dining room.


the best new paint colors

Eddy | Farrow & Ball

For a real sense of calm, turn to this light and lovely color. With just a hint of gray, it feels both fresh and totally sophisticated. Apply to your bedroom, bathroom or kitchen and prepare to feel fully relaxed.


the best new paint colors

In A Maroon Mood | Dunn Edwards

Serving some serious autumnal vibes, this shade is just right for the season. But the reddish brown tone will also add depth and richness any time of year. Consider it for your front door,  living room, or office.