Each month, Ace Hardware‘s Paint Studio reveals its Color of the Month pick for the upcoming 30 days ahead.
For February 2020, the brand is featuring the paint color Ella Rose MAG001/JG-24 from the collection Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines in partnership with KILZ Paint.
“This color is a true classic that never goes out of style. That’s why Joanna describes it using her grandmother’s name, and now her daughter’s middle name,” The Paint Studio shared on its website. “Because both of them are timeless beauties, equally gracious and graceful.”
“Color is such an easy way to transform any space,” Gaines added about the color. “I also love how the shade you choose is a creative way to infuse your style and personality into your home.”
The pretty peach-toned pink is perfect for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications, fitting in fabulously with neutral living and dining room schemes, little girls’ bedrooms, whimsical gardening spaces, and more.
The brand has specifically recommended Ella Rose as a complementary shade to a palette of spring-ready, nature-inspired hues.
The coordinating palette includes Antique Rose MAG005/JG-23, Americana Egg MAG022/JG-06, and Cabbage Rose MAG207/JG-26, all from the Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines paint collection.
“Ella Rose is a versatile color with a growing neutral appeal,” Ace Hardware advised.
“Layer different lighter and darker pinks for sophisticated soft contrast. Americana Egg works as a great background color for pink.”
We could also see this pastel working nicely with The Paint Studio’s fresh greenery January 2020 color pick, Clark + Kensington’s On the Green.
Stay tuned for more brands’ top Color of the Month selection announcements, coming each month to House Tipster Industry.
In the mean time, stay up to date with industry-chosen color trends with our full feature section here.
Curious to see even more up-to-the-minute helpful color trend reporting from Ace Hardware? Check out the brand’s top five shades for 2020 here.
Plus, be sure to view Joanna Gaines’ video from KILZ Paint below to learn more about how she named this personal shade.