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          Reds

          Reds

          Red is viewed as an exciting, dramatic color. Red also has passionate feel. The darkest reds, such as burgundy and maroon, have a rich stately feeling.

          • Stimulate
          • Activates
          • Attention
          • Strong
          • Powerful
          • Desire
          • Beautiful
          • Energy
          • Sensuality
          • Warm
          • Exciting
          • Dramatic
          • Advancing
          • Passionate
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          Oranges

          Oranges

          Orange gives off an aura that is cheerful, bold, and exciting. Orange has a friendly, informal feeling that makes it a great choice for a family room or relaxed living room. Rust, a dark muted orange, is a quiet color that conjures up misty autumn days, while the paler peach makes a cheerful, warm but understated, impact.

          • Stimulate
          • Flamboyant
          • Warm
          • Spontaneous
          • Daring
          • Robust
          • Adventurous
          • Joyful
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          Yellows

          Yellows

          Yellow is the most visible color-that's why so many road signs and school buses are yellow. Gold and ochre tones of yellow create a formal, antique atmosphere. Soft yellows have been a popular exterior paint choice since Colonial days, and these warm, inviting shades can do justice to virtually any room in the house.

          • Optimism
          • Stimulating
          • Cheerful
          • Warm
          • Expressive
          • Happiness
          • Enlightment
          • Intelligent
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          Greens

          Greens

          Green is nature's favorite color. Perhaps because of this strong association with nature, green is a very soothing color to most people. Because green is easy on the eyes, it has long been a popular color in the work place. Green is a versatile color that can look good anywhere inside or out.

          • Peace
          • Ecology
          • Relaxing
          • Renewal
          • Harmony
          • Tranquil
          • Secure
          • Soothing
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          Blues

          Blues

          Blue is America's "favorite color." The universal appeal of blue skies and blue water create a feeling of serenity and openness. Aqua blue is a more frivolous and sunny color. As an exterior color, blue works beautifully as either a trim or a whole-house color.

          • Trustworthy
          • Cooling
          • Dependable
          • Tranquil
          • Committed
          • Peaceful
          • Calming
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          Purples

          Purples

          Purple brings to mind of wealth and pageantry. Purple and violet are indeed luxurious shades. Lavender, a tint of violet, is gaining popularity and conveys a feeling of low-key refinement. The skillful and unexpected use of violet as an interior color makes an instantly eclectic impression.

          • Uplifting
          • Richness
          • Stately
          • Spirituality
          • Calming
          • Respected
          • Regal
          • Humble
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          Browns

          Browns

          Like green, brown is known as a nature color. This relaxed neutral is a great color to live and work around. Red-browns look very informal. Dark browns look more refined. Brown works well with green as an exterior color scheme for a home that's surrounded by trees: the house will seem to disappear into the landscape. Beiges and tans are familiar neutrals you can use anywhere.

          • Organic
          • Approachability
          • Reliability
          • Earth
          • Stability
          • Wholesomeness
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          Grays

          Grays

          Gray is an elegant neutral that has enjoyed a lot of attention. Gray has a definite business-like, urban feel to it. Because gray is so neutral, you can accent it with any color you please. Gray with white trim is a classy exterior color scheme that works on a wide variety of homes.

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