Friday’s Favorite: Paint Colors

November 5, 2010

One very quick and inexpensive way to totally change your space or furniture is to paint.  Paint can turn a boring beige room into a beautiful bright space that you love to relax in or it can turn an old tattered cabinet into a fun accent piece.  Here is a selection of all of our own personal favorite colors:

Anne’s pick:  Sherwin Williams 6006 Black Bean

It is perfect for accents like banister rails, stair runs and window molding for an updated look—it is just the right combo of black and brown!

Christi S’s pick:  Sherwin Williams 6415 Hearts of Palm

It isn’t necessarily a new color but it is the color of my daughter, Madison’s bedroom and I always love hanging out in her room (when it is actually clean and you can see the floor).  It is a very calming and soothing color which helps out with an 11 year old daughter! 🙂

Amber’s pick:  Benjamin Moore 2019-60 Lemon Sorbet

I like it because its light and feminine. It looks nice with creamy whites, wood tones and natural green accents.

Brianne’s pick:  Sherwin Williams 6416 Sassy Green

The name of the color says it all.  It is sassy and that is why I love it!  Bright, colorful and cheery with a little sass!

Christi B’s pick:  Benjamin Moore AC-25 Harbor Gray

In the past people have considered gray as boring or dull but that couldn’t be further from the truth.  A color like this feels fresh and modern.  It’s a perfect neutral for people who are tired of beige and taupe!

What’s your favorite paint color?  Please share!


2 Responses to “Friday’s Favorite: Paint Colors”

  1. Barb Says:

    How do you think Sherwin Williams 6006 Black Bean would look for a bathroom vanity?

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