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Sherwin Williams Jogging Path

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Choosing the right color of greige can be really hard with all the undertones you have to sift through. Today I am going to share with you all the details of Sherwin Williams Jogging Path so you can make an educated decision about whether this color is right for you.

Sherwin Williams Jogging Path is a gorgeous warm-toned paint color that is definitely considered a greige color.

This color is not the beige of the 90s. This color is a greige which means it has a touch of gray in it which makes it more muted and less warm than it’s 20th century predecessor.

A swatch of Sherwin Williams Jogging Path with text overlay.

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Jogging Path Undertones

The strongest undertone that Jogging Path has is green. Now you won’t have green walls but if you have lots of furnishings that are green you might see the paint color lean that way.

If green makes you feel a little, well green, then you might want to choose another color that will give you different undertones.

The LRV of Sherwin Williams Jogging Path

LRV stands for light reflective value. It’s a scale from 0-100 that measures the amount of light a paint color reflects. Zero being the darkest black and 100 being the brightest white.

The LRV of Jogging Path is 49 which puts it squarely in the mid-toned range. This color will bring a nice depth to a room without creating a cave, as long as you have ample natural light.

If you have a room that doesn’t have a lot of windows for natural light then you might want to go with a lighter color so this doesn’t make the room too dark.

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!

The Best White to Pair with Jogging Path

One of my favorite white paint colors from Sherwin Williams is Pure White. It goes with almost every color you can think of.

I also really like Shoji White with Jogging Path as well as Origami White.

Jogging Path Coordinating Colors

Other great colors to pair with Jogging Path are darker ones that are warm. Two of my favorites are Mink and Urbane Bronze.

Jogging Path also pairs really well with blue-gray colors. I also think light cream colors go well, they balance the brightness well.

Sherwin Williams Jogging Path in Real Homes

A mudroom with vertical shiplap painted with Jogging Path, a basket hanging from pegs, a galvanized bucket, another galvanized olive bucket with olive branches and terra cotta puts on the floor under a bench;.
Source: HomeBunch

Here you can see Jogging Path used as a wall color on this vertical shiplap. It looks great in this mudroom paired with dark wood and the terra cotta pots.

Sherwin Williams Jogging Path on the doors and trim of a bedroom with a white dresser and a small wood stool in front of the door.
Source: Halfway Wholistic

Here Jogging Path is used on the trim and interior doors. This is a great color to use with light colored walls. As you can see it pairs well with dark woods as well as these light hardwood floors.

Sherwin Williams Jogging Path on the exterior of a brick home with a blue door and dark garage doors.
Source: Brick and Batten

Using Jogging Path on the exterior can be a great color. It looks amazing with the bright light. It can show more of the green undertones so if you hate green you might not want to go with this color considering it’s on such a large amount of space.

I also love here how the color looks with the blue door and dark garage doors.

A bathroom vanity painted in Jogging Path with gold hardware and a white counter.
Source: Bless This Nest

This bathroom underwent an amazing transformation. The color used on the vanity cabinet is Jogging Path and as you can see it looks amazing. I love how nice it looks with the gold hardware.

The light cream colored floors and rug pair really well with Sherwin Williams Jogging Path.

Jogging Path vs Revere Pewter

A side by side of Jogging Path and Revere Pewter.

Sherwin Williams Jogging Path is definitely darker than Revere Pewter but you can also see that Revere Pewter has a touch more gray to it.

Jogging Path vs Agreeable Gray

A side by side of Jogging Path and Agreeable Gray.

Agreeable Gray is definitely lighter than Jogging Path and has very different undertones. Jogging Path has green undertones and Agreeable Gray has a touch of purple.

Jogging Path vs Accessible Beige

A side by side of Jogging Path and Accessible Beige.

These colors are pretty close but Accessible Beige has more neutral undertones than Jogging Path. Here you can see how much green really is in Jogging Path.

Other Greige Paint Colors You Might Like:

The view of the top of a paint can filled with Sherwin Williams Jogging Path with text overaly.
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