Style Secret: The Power of PaintSome people are so in love with color that they hesitate to devote themselves to a single palette. What if your fling with kelly green ends abruptly or you suddenly turn against tomato? In that case, paint is your best friend. It's easy, it's inexpensive and you can't beat it in bang-for-buck terms. Make paintable surfaces, such as walls and wooden furniture, your main sources of color in a space, and go with neutrals for items that aren't so easy to replace: sofas, tile, carpeting. Color your world: Those with a color commitment phobia can also go with brightly patterned pieces to satisfy their changing tastes. The quilt and shams in this bedroom have enough different hues that it would be easy to pull out one, then another, then another to repeat on the walls if you were in the mood to make a change. And if the entire palette becomes old hat, small accessories are a snap to replace.