Sherwin Williams paint colors are some of my favorite to work with because of their awesome historical shade range, durability, and competitive pricing. Most design projects that I take on are in period homes, so I am often looking for very traditional paint colors, specifically those in historical collections. I have experimented with other brands before but consistency return to Sherwin Williams because something about the particular hues they offer works really well with my designs. For this gorgeous colonial dining room, we decided to stick to one area of the paint colour chart, and go with a nice dusty aqua and coordinating light taupe accent shade. These two colors worked absolutely perfectly with the rich barn wood style dining table and chic antique area rug beneath.
I always tell my clients to use Sherwin Williams paint colors because I absolutely adore their shade range, not to mention the price point is very reasonable considering the level of quality you get with their products. We just finished up this master suite recently and I think it is the perfect example of how you can use their bedroom paint colors to really set an elegant and relaxing tone in your space. We chose a subtle blue shade for the walls and a very very light cool toned grey for the ceiling. Most people think that you have to use white for ceilings but I actually love experimenting with interior paint ideas that use color in unexpected ways. This is a great technique to use if you have tall or vaulted ceilings because there is enough space to play around with unconventional shades without the fear that it will make the room feel too small.
I had been looking at tons of sherwin Williams paint colors before we settled on this cool toned grey for our ocean view master bedroom. Our contractor suggested we use Sherwin Williams wall paint colors because the price was right and they find them to be the most durable and easy to maintain in a humid environment (like the coast). I really don't have much experience in picking paint colors and generally rely on an interior designer to do the job, but wanted to tackle this project by myself. I have used Behr paint colors before and must say that I was much more impressed with what Sherwin Williams had to offer in terms of shade range. I was able to find a dozen shades I could have used before settling on the winner, but with Behr I only found a few. I would definitely recommend them to anybody in search of a great shade.
As I was searching for grey sherwin Williams paint colors to use for our living room remodel, I came across this fantastic inspiration photo. I have always been partial to monochromatic living room paint colors, especially in a grey or taupe palette so the design of this space was right up my alley. The thing that stood out to me was how fantastic the mid-toned grey looks against the wide white trim and darker ceiling. It is an unexpected choice but one that works so well. Because of our fairly limited square footage, I've been particularly keen to find small living room ideas that feature some great sherwin Williams shades, but I think that this palette would actually work just as well in a smaller space. It also inspires me to reface our fireplace in a similar stack stoned veneer to accent the wall paint.
Our contractor told us to pick out Sherwin Williams paint colors for our master bathroom that they are building and, to be honest, I had no idea where to begin. He said that they prefer Sherwin Williams paint, especially for the bathroom, because of its durability in high humidity environment, ability to clean easily and frequently, as well as their impressive shade range. This all sounded great to me, so I just had to figure out the shades that would work for our space. We are going to have a design very similar to this with the marble tiling and shaker style grey cabinetry. For this reason, I think that a similar set of bathroom paint colors would look good in our home. I like the creamy whites, against the cool toned grey wall paint. So if anybody knows a similar shade in Sherwin Williams please let me know!
This awesomely vibrant kitchen is a fantastic example of how we use Sherwin Williams paint colors not only to accent a space, but also to completely set the style and decor tone. The owners of this Hawaiian beach bungalow wanted to do something unique and unexpected with their kitchen paint colors, something that was reminiscent of their island lifestyle and that would instantly "wow" anyone that stepped inside. This fantastic neon green color definitely achieved just that. Paired with the simple black kitchen cabinets, richly veined granite, and stainless steel accents, the celadon green actually works quite well and really draws the eye to the gorgeous greenery of the landscape just beyond the windows.