Changing from all white walls to touches of color can make any home feel more warm and inviting. Huffington Post shared some no-fail paint colors that work in any home no matter what style.

Benjamin Moore, Manchester Tan

manchestertanColor Expert Sharon Grech told BobVila.com that this neutral “is almost like an off-white. It’s not gray or cold, and it’s not a boring beige.” So, it’s great for anyone who is scared of real color. Try it in: The kitchen.

 

 

 

 

Great Blue: Behr Premium Paint, Cloisonne Blue

cloisonneblueBlue is a crowd-pleaser, the go-to choice when someone wants to try “real” color. (Not that neutrals aren’t “real,” but you know what we mean.) This soft blue has slight hints of gray, which lends sophisticated appeal. It especially works for small spaces. Try it in: Bedrooms and hallways.

 

 

 


Great Gray: Benjamin Moore, Rockport Gray

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Gray is timeless, but can often skew too “cold.” This version has warmer undertones, which create a cozier feeling. It also makes for a great backdrop for art or framed photographs. Try it in: Living rooms, kitchens and home offices.

 

 

 


Best Calming Color: Sherwin Williams, Sea Salt

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Sage green hues are perennially popular because they work like a neutral while still adding a little color to a space. They also come across as soothing. This particular shade has a touch more “green” without going muddy. Try it in: Bedrooms, home offices, dining rooms and kitchens.

 

 

 

Most Flattering For Skin Tones: Benjamin Moore, August Morning

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A golden apricot that This Old House says flatters every skin tone. Try it in: A small bathroom.

 

 

 

 

Best “Dramatic” Color: Sherwin Williams, Tea Chest

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Deep chocolate brown is an unsung hero of the paint world. It can go in pretty much any room, gorgeously sets off textures (woods, textiles, etc.) yet is unobtrusive. Try it in: Living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms.

 

 

 

 

No matter what color palette you choose, keep in mind that it needs to appeal to any personality, buyer, or family. Most home buyers are not interested in having to paint before they move in. So step outside of the “white” box and bring some color into your soon-to-be-sold home!