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  • Pandemic DIY-ers want more than calming colors
  • Pandemic DIY-ers want more than calming colors
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Pandemic DIY-ers want more than calming colors

Shades of green and blue have reminded us of nature and connected our interiors with the outside world through lockdown. But another color is on the rise: black. Not because people are in a dark, depressed state, but because they're finding it soothing and somewhat adventurous in small doses.

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