Color by Style

Add some style to your space. Whether you’re strictly Modern or a mix of Country Cottage and Traditional, we’ve got the paint colors and ideas to transform the look of any room. Find your inspiration in The Home Depot styles below.

Modern Living
Modern Living

A Modern style uses eye-catching elements to infuse energy into just about any space. The hallmark of this style layers bright colors with cool tones that contrast in perfect harmony. 

Country Cottage
Country Cottage

The Country Cottage style exudes comfort. Elements include delicate touches of countryside that offer a calming, cozy and welcoming feel for guests.

Coastal
Coastal

Keep it light and breezy with the Coastal style. Be inspired by the sound of waves lapping on the shore and bonfires on the beach. Think about a cozy but open space.

Updated Classic
Updated Classic

It’s got a modern feel, tinged with vintage appeal. The Updated Classic style isn’t overly fussy. It keeps the focus on the big picture.

Traditional
Traditional

A splash of bold color matched with neutral tones puts the emphasis on the objects in the space, allowing decorative accessories to attract the attention of whoever enters the room.

Arts & Crafts/Bungalow
Arts & Crafts/Bungalow

It’s eclectic, but naturally cohesive. The emphasis is on the architectural fixtures and furniture. An accent color with neutral tones provides the relaxed, casual feel associated with this style.

Glamour
Glamour

Bold, lush and vibrant, the glamour style is all about grandeur. Go with contrasting colors and deep tones, so whoever enters the room will feel they’re enveloped in luxury.

Rustic
Rustic

No rough edges here, although the rustic style has a distinctly masculine appeal. Its warm leather and wood tones will invoke the urge to sit by the fireplace and recount past and future adventures. 

Industrial
Industrial

With the Industrial style, the emphasis is on the function of the space, more than the form. Raw, natural elements – color, metals, brick and wood – become the focal point of the room.

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