February 02, 2018 1 min read

As part of your New Year’s resolutions for 2018, do not neglect to make one to give your home a new look and feel! The easiest way to do this is by updating the paint colors in the rooms of your home with some of the hottest and trendiest paint colors for the year.

For instance, Caliente is the 2018 Benjamin Moore Color of the Year. It was selected because it is bold, radiant, and full of energy to liven up one or more rooms in your home. If this color is outside of your own tastes and preferences, no problem. Benjamin Moore features a wide array of the latest trends in paint colors for 2018 to choose from to refresh your home.

To find out what paint colors are the hottest ones for 2018, we encourage you to continue reviewing the following infographic to find your new favorites. Afterward, if you have further questions, need help selecting paint colors, or want to find your nearest JC Licht store, please feel free to contact us directly today!

 

Find the hottest paint colors for 2018 at JC Licht.



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