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Going Boldly Neutral

Posted: 4/30/2013

Neutral wood stains, like the gray on this desk, can help bring a peaceful calm to any room
Neutral wood stains, like the gray on this desk, can help bring a peaceful calm to any room.

(NAPSI)—When it comes to home decorating, what’s hot now are cool neutral tones, and here’s why: Neutral colors let you establish a palette for the bigger items-floors, doors, furniture and molding-that will stand the test of time. Neutrals also let you transform a room by adding vibrant pops of color through artwork, brightly painted walls, area rugs, and accessories.

What’s New In Neutrals

Even neutrals trend, however, and according to, the latest focus is on lighter browns and soft grays. To stay at least a step ahead of these color trends, Minwax recently introduced two new shades of its popular Wood Finish Interior Wood Stain: Weathered Oak and Classic Gray.

These soft wood-stain colors work well in all types of light and bring a peaceful calm to the room.

With this as a backdrop, you can have the freedom to be bold with the balance of the room’s decor, from the paint on the walls to the fabric on your furniture.

Learn More

For more information on wood stain as well as decorating inspiration, go to


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