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Color Up Your Curb Appeal

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If you want to add pizzazz to the outside of your home, whether for your own satisfaction or because you’re thinking of selling, consider using color. You can update your home’s exterior and incorporate trends that you enjoy.  Adding a pop of color can also increase your home’s curb appeal and help your home stand out in the crowd.

Shades of “Greige”

The Best Warm Grays For Your Walls


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Creating a Cohesive Color Scheme for Your Home


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Diamond Vogel Color Trend Report | Spring 2017

Fake news, truth, and the debate between differing views. Our current struggles are leading a shift to intentional choices to live an honest and simple life. A search for authentic design brings us to look for styles and products that are true and long lasting. We hope you find inspiration in our 2017 Spring Color Report.

Sneak Peek at 2017 Color Trends

Forecasted color trends for 2017 include everything from warm, inviting tones to icy hues. Here are some color stories we’ll likely see emerging for interiors and exteriors.

It Takes a Village

Painting Your Walls? What to Know Before You Paint

Diamond Vogel Trend Colors | Winter 2017

Small Color Additions Inspire Big Style

Top Color Picks by Diamond Vogel

DV Top Color Picks

Diamond Vogel 2017 Color of the Year

Perfect for interiors, exteriors, and doors too. Find out more information about our winner of the 2017 Color of the Year contest.

On a Roll: Choosing the Right Roller Cover

The key to a smooth painting experience is selecting the proper applicator for the project. Rollers are a great choice for quickly and easily covering large areas. Here’s what you need to know about choosing the best roller cover for your project.

Light Reflectance Value: What Do Those Numbers Mean?


shedding light on the situation: what is LRV?

Understanding Undertones

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A fresh coat of paint is an easy way to transform a space or revamp a room. But when choosing a new color, proceed with caution! Remember that colors have an undertone -- a color that’s present, but not always obvious depending on the lighting and what other colors surround it.