Color of the Month:

The Golden Hour

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Touched with the glow of summer, the November Color of the Month is Clark+Kensington® The Golden Hour 21A-4. It's a slightly muted yellow that goes great with just about any color from whites and neutrals to orange, purple, blue and green. The beauty of such a versatile color like this is that you can use it as a main wall color, then introduce a variety of complementary hues on furniture, fabrics and décor.

With The Golden Hour as your backdrop, there are a number of small paint projects you can create to liven up your master bedroom. Select four fun colors to create a multicolored patchwork wall in lieu of a headboard. The colors in this feature wall can then be used as accents throughout the room to liven up a breakfast tray, update a vintage nightstand or transform a wooden ladder into a towel rack for an eclectic vibe. Repeat the main wall color on trim in your adjoining master bath for a cohesive look.

Ask to have each of your colors tinted in Clark+Kensington tintable pint samples, the ideal amount for small paint projects like these.

The colors represented here may not match the actual paint colors. For best color representation, pick up a color chip of your selected hue from The Paint Studio color displays at your local Ace store.

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Watch How To Patchwork a Wall.

How To Choose Paint Colors: Part 3-Choose Complementary Colors.

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