Our Go-To Paint Colors

    One of the easiest and most affordable ways to improve your home is by painting! We tour houses with clients every day and have noticed that neutral paint colors are typically the most appealing to buyers.  Light colors can make even the smallest room feel bigger.  We asked our team to send over their favorite neutral paint colors, and here are our top four.

    Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams

    “We used this paint color throughout our entire house. It is a light, neutral gray – not too gray and not too cream. It is the perfect backdrop and makes our wall hangings stand out.” – John Randall

    Natural Choice by Sherwin Williams

    “I used Natural Choice in my living room, foyer, and hallways and love it. It is technically a white paint color but has just enough color to make the room feel warm and welcoming. I will use this color again and again.” – Elizabeth Hinson.

    Upward by Sherwin Williams

    “I love Upward. It’s a great option if you are looking for a neutral with a bit more color. It’s a very light blue, and works great for any room in the house.” – Tricia Gray

    Eider White by Sherwin Williams

    “Choosing a paint color for our cabinets was tough. Our designer recommended Eider White, and we love how they turned out. It’s not too white (it has gray undertones) and looks great with our gray walls.”- Meagan Randall
    If you are having a tough time deciding between paint colors, try houzz.com. Type in the name of a color and browse photos of rooms that are painted that shade. Designers and site users submit photos and often include helpful details like what trim or cabinet color they paired with the wall shade. It’s a great tool for sourcing finishes and furniture too!

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