Finding Color Inspiration for Your Home
Choosing new paint colors for your home offers an exciting opportunity to personalize your space. The abundance of choices means you can surround yourself with a palette you’ll love.
One great way to welcome design color inspiration is to make note of colors that you have chosen for other areas in your life. Your wardrobe, prized works of art, and favorite home accessories are perfect places to look.
Is your closet filled with cool blues and greens? Do you love seascapes and beach scenes? If so, pull similar shades into your home. Start with Sherwin Williams SW 6945 Belize.
For a bolder blue statement, go with the deeper tone of SW 6943 Intense Teal.
Or try the dusty hue of SW 6515 Leisure Blue, which recalls the color of a stormy sky.
If you’re thrilled by the sight of a field of periwinkles, try SW 6529 Scanda. It’s a perfect entrance to this color family.
While it may seem bold, bright and warm walls can really liven up a space. Capture the drama of your special-occasion red dress with SW 6871 Positive Red.
If nothing makes you feel as good as the peach shades of a bowl full of summer fruit, bring in SW 6620 Rejuvenate to warm up your space.
Look at your current color choices and find the pattern. Use Sherwin-Williams Color Selection Tools like Chip It!® and ColorSnap® to help you identify exactly which paint color matches your inspiration. Once you nail down your color family, bring in coordinating colors and layer them in for an effortless and well-designed home.
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