How to Use Our Colors of the Month in Your Home
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Mesmerized by Black Magic? In a daze over Acacia Haze? We’ll show you how to incorporate your favorite Sherwin-Williams Color of the Month into your next project.
This deep blue adds so much personality to a space. Paint every wall Oceanside, including the trim, for a sweeping look reminiscent of the open sea. Inject touches of color in subtle ways: Paint the inside of a bookcase green, for example, or use a patterned rug.
Acacia Haze is a great color for bedrooms and anywhere you seek a relaxing ambiance. Pair this paint with neutral window treatments and tone-on-tone patterned fabrics.
Rich, deep and mesmerizing, Borscht is a dramatic addition to any room. Be sure to balance the strength of Borscht with white trim.
Black Magic signals smooth sophistication. Use it to highlight a set of kitchen cabinets or a single wall in a room. Mix with wood furniture, white countertops and just a splash of red.
Perk up a wall, a cabinet or chairs in this playfully retro pink. Pick up the color in a patterned rug or contemporary print, then tie it all together with a few touches of yellow or blue.
Arugula is a natural in a space with lots of sunlight. Add live plants, a bamboo chair and a botanical print or two, and you’ve got a room that blooms with color throughout the year.
Want to make this nautical beauty shine? Use it as a neutral. Paint bookcases and trims in Indigo to enhance the architectural appeal of a space.
This sweet violet can be used to connect one room with an overall interior color scheme. Its smooth, delicate nature ensures that it will impress without overpowering. Use it to add warmth to a contemporary space.
Hold on to summer all year with this happy color. Overjoy loves to be paired with fun, colorful fabrics and artwork. Anchor the space with white trim for a look that is bright, not brassy.
With just a hint of yellow, this white works great as a main color or as an accent for brown or gray walls. Shell white is perfect when you want a neutral with a little pep.
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