Today we will dive into the best Sherwin Williams green paint colors and why this color is taking the design world by storm!
Greens have always been popular. Front sage greens to blue-greens and dark forest green you just cannot go wrong with green!
Sage green has been popular for decades but green has seen a resurgence in popularity as well.
The wonderful thing about green is the calming properties it has. It also is perfect for bringing a little nature into your home.
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How to know if a paint color is right for you?
The best way to judge if a color is good for you then you will want to put a swatch on the wall and look at it over a few days. Look at it in different lights and decide if you really like it.
You can do this by getting a sample from the paint store and using a brush to put it up on the walls, but then you are left with a can that you can’t do anything with. Those samples are used with poor-quality paint and aren’t meant for use on your walls permanently.
I recommend going with Samplize. They are a company that will send you a 12X12 peel-and-stick swatch of a paint color that you can stick to the wall. When you are done just peel it off and throw it away.
It’s easy and much less messy!
Best Sherwin Williams Green Paint Colors
Okay, without further ado let’s get into the best Sherwin Williams green paint colors you can use in your home!
One of the most popular paint colors from Sherwin Williams is Sea Salt. I used this in my old house on the walls for a bathroom remodel and we loved the color!
Sea Salt is a beautiful blue-green color. It reminds me of the color of sea glass and because of that it gives the feeling of the ocean. What is more relaxing than the ocean?!
In rooms with little light, Sea Salt can pull very green. In rooms with lots of light, the blue undertones really come forth. This makes Sea Salt a chameleon for sure!
The LRV of Sea Salt is 64, making it a light paint color and will considerably brighten your room.
Sherwin Williams Evergreens is a beautiful dark green that is aptly named after the evergreens in the forest.
If you want a dark and moody bedroom this would be a great color to put on an accent wall. If you are really bold then do the whole bedroom that color!
I wouldn’t use this color in a family room or kitchen, I like to stick with brighter colors for those spaces but in a bedroom or dining room, this is a great color to use.
A couple of other great places to use this color are on a front door or a piece of furniture. I love dark painted furniture, they add so much character to a neutral room.
The LRV for Evergreens is 8.5, so this is definitely a dark color.
Basil is a medium-dark green paint color that tends to pull slightly gray. The LRV for this paint color is almost 15 which makes it lighter than Evergreens but it’s still pretty dark.
I just love the photo below where Basil is used on the island. The fact that this paint color pulls slightly gray makes it a great color to match in your home if you have a lot of grays in your upholstery fabrics or other decor.
Oyster Bay is in the same color family as Sea Salt, just a couple of shades darker. It’s a beautiful blue-gray in a medium tone. It’s not a dark color at all but just a bit darker than Sea Salt. The LRV for Oyster Bay is 45, solid in the medium-toned area.
Like Sea Salt, this is a beautiful blue-green paint color with just a touch of gray to keep it from being neon. It has the feel of the ocean which makes it a very relaxing paint color. This would be a perfect color for a bedroom or bathroom.
Studio Blue Green
This is one of my favorite paint colors. I used this color in my dining room above the board and batten. This is a beautiful blue-green paint color that is darker. It has an LRV of 21 which makes it a darker paint color.
This cool-toned paint color is perfect for accent spaces or pieces of furniture. It’s the perfect color for an accent wall, I used it as the top third paint color in my dining room above the white painted board and batten.
Sherwin Williams Pewter Green is a beautiful dark green paint color! I am totally crushing over this color. It’s dark green with hints of gray and in some lights can show as much lighter than the dark paint color that it is.
This color is PERFECT for cabinetry and furniture. Paired with satin gold hardware and you will have a swoon-worthy space.
If you are new to Painting but want to do it yourself I have a great painting guide that will take you through everything you need to paint a room like a pro!
Evergreen Fog has been named Sherwin Williams color of the year for 2022! As you can see sage is extremely popular if both of these manufacturers have named their paint color of the year a sage green.
Evergreen Fog is a gorgeous sage that is a bit on the darker side with an LRV of 30. This color has the perfect blend of green and gray!
This color was named appropriately because it has the feeling of sea glass and sandy shores with the water coming up over your feet. It’s gorgeous!
Coastal Plain has an LRV of 37 so it’s a tad darker but the calm and relaxing feeling it gives you is so worth it!
Retreat is probably one of my favorites! It has the perfect blend of green and gray but with its depth of color, it is one of the best sage colors you will find.
Retreat has an LRV of 21.
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