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PPG Names Limitless as 2024 Color of the Year

PPG announced GLIDDEN® paint by PPG’s 2024 Color of the Year: Limitless (PPG1091-3), a fresh warm hue that holds both the power of a primary color and the essence of a neutral. Subdued, sophisticated and calming, Limitless reflects a shift …

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Dutch Boy Paints Announces 2024 Color Trend Forecast

Dutch Boy® Paints unveiled its 2024 One-Coat Color of the Year: Ironside, a deep olive shade with dark undertones that creates a level of comfortable sophistication. “Creating a space for wellness should be a driving factor in everyday life,” says Ashley Banbury, NCIDQ and …

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2024 Color of the Year Roundup

Neutrals with a pop of color were the go-to colors for 2023, but as we look toward 2024, many major paint manufacturers are opting for calming colors that work in any space inside or out. By exploring the trends each …

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HGTV Home Unveils 2024 Color Collection of the Year

HGTV Home® by Sherwin-Williams unveiled its 2024 Color Collection of the Year, Renewed Comfort, and the distinguished 2024 Color of the Year, Persimmon, curated by HGTV Home® color marketing manager, Ashley Banbury. The Renewed Comfort Color Collection is composed of …

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Behr Picks Cracked Pepper as 2024 Color of the Year

Behr Paint Co. has chosen Cracked Pepper, a timeless and modern hue that awakens the senses and exudes confidence on every scale, as its 2024 Color of the Year. DIYers, designers and professionals alike can incorporate Cracked Pepper into their …

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Incandescent Lightbulbs Ban Takes Affect in U.S.

incandescent lightbulbs

As of Aug. 1, retailers are no longer allowed to sell incandescent lightbulbs under new energy efficiency rules enacted by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Light-emitting diode (LED) lightbulbs will fully replace the incandescent versions, though many consumers have …

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Preventing Phantom Energy Loads

Phantom Energy

When an electronic device is plugged in but not being used, it still pulls power, which is known as a phantom load. An unseen problem in many households, phantom energy loads cost homeowners hundreds of dollars a year. Educate customers …

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