Springtime is when you transform everything from interior spaces to outdoor gardens. This spring, freshen your home with the new Pastel Twang Palette using YOLO Colorhouse zero VOC, low odor paints.
“We transition from winter’s intensity to the gentleness of spring with these delicate hues of WATER .01, METAL .04 and BISQUE .05,” says co-founder Janie Lowe. “These soft-spoken companions complement the sassy accent color BEESWAX .04 for a fresh, updated and slightly edgy aesthetic.”
YOLO Colorhouse zero VOC, low odor paint (quarts, gallons, 5-gallons) will be on sale on HomeDepot.com from February 27 – March 11, 2014. Try out these hues and more with the YOLO Colorhouse NEW Colorspot 8 oz. real paint sample available exclusively on HomeDepot.com.
PASTEL TWANG PALETTE – SPRING 2014
BEESWAX .04: Yellow – but with a hint of green – just like an Anjou pear. Pair with dark grey concrete countertops in a modern kitchen.
BISQUE .05: A crisp winter breeze, white with blue undertones. This color whispers softly in bedrooms and baths.
METAL .04: A soft and powdery grey, this hue is otherwise known as Citron’s best friend. This grounding neutral lets brighter colors take center stage. Try this color in living rooms and master suites.
WATER .01: Clean and relaxing to give your dining room a French accent or create a restful bedroom combined with charcoal neutrals or rich browns.
Entrepreneurial duo and self-confessed color nerds Virginia Young and Janie Lowe redefined the low-VOC paint category in 2005 with the launch of YOLO Colorhouse, a boutique paint company that proved that premium paint could smell good, look stunning and preserve the planet and human health. With its low-odor, zero-VOC formula and less-is-more approach to paint colors, YOLO Colorhouse‘s sustainable approach has won the respect of designers, architects, homeowners and environmentalists nationwide. At YOLO Colorhouse, it’s what’s NOT in the paint that matters: no VOCs, no reproductive toxins, no phthalates, no mutagens, no formaldehyde, no hazardous air pollutants, and no ozone-depleting compounds.