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Sherwin Williams Sample Board Giveaway

By 02/11/2014February 16th, 2017321 Comments

Agreeable Gray


SW Agreeable Gray

I’m very excited to announce that as we speak, I am getting large sample boards painted in Sherwin Williams best greys and whites. There will be 25 per set and they should be ready by the end of the month!

I have received many requests for large samples in SW colours, since there are many parts of the country where the demand is great for Sherwin Williams. And of course, they will be categorized to fit inside my Understanding Undertones™ system.

So I’m having a giveaway for one set of 25 large samples, to be shipped as soon as they are ready. Just tell me which SW grey or white is your favourite and why in the comments below.

I’m in Vancouver this week leading my Specify Colour with Confidence™ Event!

Don’t forget to tell us why and which colour is your favourite!  xo Maria

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Download my eBook, How to Choose Paint Colours – It’s All in the Undertones to get my complete step-by-step system on how to get colour to do what you want and to make sure the undertones in your home are right, get some large samples!

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  • Tina says:

    SW Popular Gray is my favorite. It’s warm and light enough for a room without much sunlight. It changes to slightly beige under warmer lights. My kitchen and living rooms are in SW Popular Gray but each room looks slightly different in color.

  • Shelley Gardiner says:

    Hi Maria,
    My favourite gray or (grey) by SW is Keystone Gray.
    This neutral gray works great with the golds and reds that I love..
    Thank you,

  • Tyler Papp says:

    As a local designer in Atlanta- we’re always pushing the traditional feel out of the homes, and introducing some more traditional looks. SW Amazing Gray 7044 allows me to introduce a grey color pallet that doesn’t scare my clients too badly- it’s the perfect transition from beige and still allows them to use a lot of their beige pieces. It also looks pretty amazing with SW White Duck 7010. These colors work in so many spaces- they’re my go-to’s right now! I would LOVE to win your SW boards to help me grow as a designer and follow you’re amazing teachings of undertones- they’ve changed (and vastly improved) the way I work! A million thanks !

  • Mary says:

    My favorite SW grey is Repose Grey. I’ve used it in two different houses and it always looks good. My aunt is going to use it for her bathroom remodel. It’s a pale grey with green undertone, seems to look good everywhere!

  • Janie says:

    Thank you for presenting your expertise using SW! We built a new home in 2012-2013. We used SW Dover White and SW Sedate Gray with SW Anonymous on island and built ins. The Sedate Gray is the perfect background for the beautiful and colorful water colors and prints my sister painted. The warm white adds warmth. Our family and friends comment that the colors are so soothing and calming. I love that because I want our home to be an oasis away from the noisy world outside. Thank you for your blogs, book and teaching this novice so much about undertones!

    • Judy Dixon says:

      Janie, please tell me about the exterior of your new home!! Interior sounds simply gorgeous so I’m sure the exterior is as well! We are building as well and looking at ideas!

  • Lisa Lucas says:

    I am a big fan of SW Useful Gray for its slight green undertone but still has a bit of warmth in it. It is an inviting greige which works well given our dark Seattle winter days. Mix it with a creamy white and warm cognac tones and it comes alive.
    I was going to nominate SW Passive but as Maria says, it is going to look very blue in some lights so you need to take that into consideration. It also looks fantastic with creams and a can’t fail for updating ’80s oak filled interiors.

  • Sasha Price says:

    I’m liking Silver Strand. I think it would look very glam in my bathroom with polished chrome fixtures and mirrored surfaces.

  • Susan says:

    Collonade Gray 7641

  • Kim says:

    My favorite SW white is Antique White- SW6119. I love the yellow undertones and it really works well with warm woods. This color compliments many types of decor and really helps to create a warm yet crisp environment.

  • Silver Strand – so classic

  • Sherri says:

    I like Lemon Chiffon because I love how the color changes throughout the day.

  • Hi Maria! I love Sea Salt; it’s such a nice soft neutral gray that doesn’t seem to read too much like a color, at least in my home with lots of cherry-stained wood trim.

    • Beth says:

      Aw, I wanted to use Sea Salt. It looked good with my cabinets, but not with the fireplace stones with pink/orange/yellow undertones!

  • Holly says:

    After reading your post about how white walls don’t work without tons of natural light, I went with repose gray and didn’t look back.

  • Holly says:

    Thanka for doing SW colors now, too! So helpful for me, as I always use sherwin williams colors due to their availability in my area.

  • Nicole says:

    I just painted my sons’ room Mindful Gray. It’s a warm gray that will grow with them, yet pairs beautifully with the navy and red we already had in the room.

  • Kathleen Ledgerwood says:

    Just used SW Jogging Path in my new home office. A beautiful color that goes well with different woods and also stainless.

  • I’ve been such a Benjamin Moore girl that I haven’t branched out and tried the SW palette yet, but I keep seeing great colors from them. So, I’ve looked at several pictures on Houzz this a.m., and so far I’m liking Mindful Grey best- it seems light, soothing and warm without reading as too beige-y. I just specified Revere Pewter for a house yesterday, and in looking at these photos I think Mindful Grey would have worked as well. Maybe I should get these new SW color boards! 😉


    • Lisa Lucas says:

      Mindful Gray in some lights can have a slight purple undertone and I HEAVILY caution that most photos on Houzz are professionally done and altered a bit with filters so you need to consult your paint deck also when viewing those photos for a truer read. I know what wall colors I spec all the time for clients and the photos often portray a much different undertone than in person.

      • Zaida says:

        I totally agree with Lisa. I painted my lower level with Repose Gray, Dorian Gray and Dovetail, which all have more of the greenish undertone. While I liked Mindful Gray, it just felt it didn’t go with the other colors in the strip. It does read purple instead.

  • Tricia d says:

    Hard to choose just one but sea salt it is. Glad to see SW paint color boards coming our way. Can’t wait Maria!

  • Gilda says:

    I would love to win the 25 SW paint colours because I aspire to have no fear when suggesting colours to others OR to myself. I never want to feel inept again with undertones because I want to be happy!

  • Erin Gunderson says:

    My favorite gray is Useful Gray (7050) because it is very soft and warm.

  • Anna B says:

    My favorite grey is the one you specified for my house, Maria!!!

  • Robin says:

    I’ve got SW divine White on my ceilings and some walls. It’s a nice neutral for my limestone fireplace.

  • Heather says:

    I am always looking for a neutral but mauve/purple tone colour. At the moment I like SW 6008 Individual White. I also like SW 6015 Vaguely Mauve but it might be a bit strong.
    I am really looking forward to having a set of the SW boards!!

    • Susan says:

      I have SW color 0062, Studio Mauve, in a windowless bath (Dover White ceiling.) Surprisingly, it has worked as a neutral–reads somewhat gray. SW shows it as one notch darker than Vaguely Mauve. You might look at Collonade Gray–it is the equivalent of BM Revere Pewter–which I perceive in some rooms as having a (slight) purple undertone.

  • Absolutely without a doubt – I LOVE SW7043 – Worldly Gray, and I’m surprised I didn’t see it on the list of comment (so far!)
    It is very close to Agreeable Gray (which was a close second for me) but in my main hall (downstairs and up) with some challenges (low-light, multi-coloured flooring, large awkward area) it gave that chameleon kind of “oomph” that I was looking for…I even looked to Urbane Bronze (SW7048) for my interior doors and man does it sparkle!

  • Sharon says:

    Thank you for all the helpful information and resources about color and undertones. Love it!!

  • Jadyn says:

    My favourite is Essential Gray, we used it in our dining room and still love it three years later!

  • Jon Anne Winstead says:

    Hey Maria, we are almost finished redoing our 2 story lowcountry style home in Louisiana and we used colors from SW strip Elder White 7014 for trim, Repose Gray 7015 for ceilings, then Dorian Gray 7017 in Living Room, Dovetail 7018 in MR down stairs and in foyer, Gauntlet Gray 7019 for DR and Kitchen (with the white cabinets) and Black Fox 7020 for front door and back French doors inside and out. Love Sherwin Williams!

  • Repose gray is my most popular at the moment!

  • Gretchen says:

    I love Swanky Gray! It is inviting, warm and has a nice purple undertone.

  • Pediment. Neither gray nor beige…

  • Lisa says:

    I painted my office Conservative Grey and LOVE it – so bright and airy! I just bought Pussywillow for my en suite but haven’t painted yet. Fingers crossed!

  • Anne Brower says:

    Oh, there are so many wonderful whites and grays it is hard to pick one! I think one of the most useful colors for homeowners coming out of the “brown” decade and entering into “gray” land, without having to change too many finishes, is Intellectual Gray SW7045. It is very warm and works well with woods of all colors, many bossy granites :), and many of those old sofas that have to stay around for a while!
    And, it works well for holiday decorating….any season. I would love to have the SW colors!

  • Aimee says:

    The large samples would be SO helpful! I’ve specified Agreeable Gray quite a few times. I also really like Sailcloth too.

  • Sarah Hepburn-Smith says:

    I do like agreeable grey!!

  • victoria breen says:

    Love Sherwin Williams paints. When I lived in AZ. they did a lot to attract designers. (and it worked!) I am planning on moving to Hot Springs Village in AR. in about a month. Am doing a lot of cosmetic work in our rental, at the request of the owners….they are even splitting the costs! Please help an old gal out……am pushing 73, and have designed in many states……adore your blog…best there is!!!!!

  • Donna says:

    Dovetail in bedroom. Looks great!

  • Ginny says:

    Very excited that you will making Sherwin Williams paint boards, yah! Definitely want to learn more about what they have to offer, and no better way than Maria colour boards! Love to win them 🙂 I like SW 7029 Agreeable Grey for its flexibility in using in staging projects.

  • Linda says:

    These SW color boards would be so handy since that is all I can get in my area. Whenever I try to have BM colors color-matched by SW they are never quite the same. At first glance they seem to match but then at different times of day the undertones go in different directions.

  • Karen Devine says:

    I love many SW grey colors, but one of my favorites is SW Amazing Gray….I love your work and blog!

  • Nicole says:

    I enjoy Peppercorn. It’s moody, but neutral enough to be perfect for a gray bedroom.

  • Mary says:

    I am about to repaint many rooms and these boards of SW colors would be sooooo helpful!!! Love all I learn from your blog, Maria!

  • Stacy says:

    Recently used Sherwin Williams’ Morning Fog in a formerly pinky-beige interior of a friend’s home. It looks so much better. I like how the SW website allows us to see the RGB values. And thanks for allowing us to have the opportunity to win one of your sample sets, Maria!

    • Susan says:

      I too really like the SW website for RGB & providing color tweaks (darker, greener etc). I tend to prefer the color schemes SW provides “better’ than BM–but love Ben Moore paint. Thankfully, my local paint vendor is very good at color matching.

  • Love the Sherwin Williams grays – one of my favourites is Intellectual Gray (SW 7045). I love that it’s the perfect combination of gray and beige!

    Great giveaway Maria!

  • This is a little awkward for a comment. I have always specified Benjamin Moore colors but am starting to get many requests for Sherwin Williams and know nothing about their colors so winning this would be a huge help to me. 🙂

  • Pure & Simple says:

    I love Peppercorn because it is a rich dark gray, perfect for painted accent furniture. I too am a BM person and would love to learn more about SW. I appreciate the sample card giveaway. Thank you!

  • Wendy Ellison says:

    I love your blog Maria and feel like it has made such a difference as I’ve been redecorating my home!

  • Terry says:

    Whee! I just downloaded your book, How to Choose Paint Colours, and have already scanned through it. Wow! I’m going to purchase a copy for my daughter, too–she’s about to build her first house and will love your advice as much as I do, I’m sure.

    Thanks for the sale–it was just the nudge I needed to add to your bookmarked blog (I check every day!) and your newsletter. Thank you, too, for making colors easier to understand.

  • I would love to win your colour sample give away because in my mind I have painted my home several different colours and never seem to be sure. Love all your colour articles and photos.

  • Pete says:

    I really like Sea Salt – enough grey to be calm and sedate and um grown-up, and enough blue and green to be interesting. Has a lot going on especially in different lights. Topsail is good too but maybe that’s too blue to count as a white or grey…

  • I always go to my BM fan decks first but SW usually has what I need if BM doesn’t and, of course, have always been a fan of SW Antique White.
    But now, I have a new favorite SW color – Urbane Bronze! It is so flexible! Rich, deep gray that looks luscious with browns and every wood tone I put with it – AMAZING!
    Your book was brilliant and I keep dreaming of the day I can invest in all your boards…

  • Michelle says:

    My favourite SW paint colour is Mindful Gray. It’s such a soothing colour! Thanks Maria for all that you have taught me. I look forward to your blog posts; I read each and every one.

  • Pat says:

    Just in time. SW whites and grays ready for my whole apartment redecoration project. Going for a new look in 2014. I want a home that reflects me as well and has an inviting comfyness. Is that a word? I know the feeling I get from homes that invite me to sit back and enjoy good conversation and friendship. Wanting to convey that.
    I’ll have fun going shopping with the SW colors.

  • Yvonne says:

    Special Gray. The perfect colour for a feature wall in my bedroom, warm, with a touch of violet changing tone as tone as the daylight changes.

  • Donna W. says:

    Agreeable Gray 7029 walls
    Pure White 7005 trim
    Tricorn Black 6258 doors and windows
    Aloe 6464 for a splash of spring
    I just used these in a Show Home and it is truly refreshing….
    Painted the exterior brick Agreeable Gray too and it is so warm and welcoming, but on trend with the new grays.
    Front door is a beautiful Peacock Blue, Grand Canal 6488.
    Would love to win your new sample boards… Thank you for the opportunity.

    • Laura Freeman says:

      Donna~ we just built a home and painted the living area REPOSE GRAY and it really looks tan. I visited a model home and LOVED the color and the REALTOR said it was AGREEABLE GRAY. Some sites say REPOSE is “gray”er than AGREEABLE. Any thoughts? I LOVED LOVED LOVED the AGREEABLE in the model home I saw but we do have a little more light coming in than that house. Thanks for any input.

  • PRyan says:

    I actually don’t use Sherwin Williams paint because I don’t have a fan deck. I LOVE the big sample boards I bought from you and would LOVE to have the Sherwin Wiliams ones so I have choices for my clients

  • Brian says:

    Yes! Our local Ben Moore dealer just switched to another brand with very limited choices so Sherwin Williams will be the only option without a 300 mile drive. I love both brands so this will be most helpful.

  • Marissa says:

    SW alabaster. Perfect for white painted brick!

  • Elaine says:

    I started using Sherwin Williams about a year ago and am using Dover White to paint my guest bedroom. It has a hint of yellow to it, and looks wonderful with my warm woods.

  • Patty Hatfield says:

    I love reading Maria’s Blog. I have the ebook and highly recommend- well worth buying for a detailed explanation of colors. Would love to have the sample boards as we are buying a new house.

  • Lia says:

    I love SW Anew Gray & Mega Greige! Thanks for the opportunity to win 🙂

  • Fabienne Boy says:

    One of my favorite go to neutral colors is Sherwin Williams Natural Choice (7011) because it’s a white with a hint of gray and absolutely NO PEACH undertone. It has worked great in every room I’ve used it in and provides a wonderful contrast with my bright white trim.

  • Lori McGinnis says:

    Hi Maria: Love your BM paint boards…looking forward to see your SW picks.

  • sara t says:

    I’m currently loving Gauntlet Gray SW7019
    Thank you for the wonderful tips and giveaway!

  • So excited about new colors. SW Agreeable Gray is one of my favorites. I hope I win one of the sets!!!

  • ritaemilia says:

    SW Roycroft Vellum is a heavenly perfect color. Is it green? Is it yellow? Is it vanilla? Is it white? It does not matter because it is divine background in any light and with any color (even pink probably) of any fixed or non fixed element in any room within which it is placed. It is a triple play of joy, relaxation and comfort. It is generous of spirit because all other colors look good with it. The light of the Elysian Fields is probably Roycroft Vellum.

  • Tonya says:

    My daughter and I are currently considering grays to paint her room. We like Twilight Gray, Mindful Gray and Light French Gray. We feel that she could add bright color around the room with these wall colors and it would look sophisticated and fresh. The sample boards would be extremely helpful to us while we make this decision. I would also like to use a warm gray in the living area – again, these boards would be of great value as is your ebook! So informative!

  • Mary says:

    I am currently considering SW Passive or SW Tinsmith for my kitchen/ family room great room walls, which has many windows with western exposure. I am wanting gray, not greige walls. Thanks to your blog Maria, I now know this exposure will cast a warm, orange light which means I need to select a cooler gray for my walls. Until then, I couldn’t figure out why every gray I considered became too greige or even beige. Of course a collection of SW samples would have made this much easier. : )

  • Theresa says:

    Sherwin Williams Sedate Gray is a lovely clean gray I can use in therapy offices. The staff want grays that are not depressing, which really depends more on the other colors in the room. Sedate Gray is easy to work with.

  • Debbie says:

    Worldly gray, warm and cozy . Love Sherwin Williams paint. In my area they have sales often, 40% off 4 times a year and 25-30% off almost monthly. This can be a huge savings, but I love the quality of the products they offer, Super Paint is one of my favorites and very reasonable.

  • Curly texan says:

    Thank you for this lovely valentine’s day gift on the discount of your e-book. Lots of love to you and yours.

  • Brooke says:

    Thank you Maria! Happy Valentines Day.
    SW Agreeable gray, we have it in bedrooms after seeing it done in a friends house. They have it on all walls and ceilings. xo

  • Ooooh how exciting to possibly win those SW sample boards!!! I’ve always loved Repose gray 7015, Worldly gray 7043, and good ol’ Dover white.
    The 2 grays have a good depth of colour and are on the cool side which I find my client’s are craving now. Fingers crossed!!!

  • Katie says:

    Hi Maria!

    I am acutally looking at SW greys for our house. I love accessible beige ( I think thats whats is called, agreegable, accessible and perfect, I can never keep them straight!) It looks grey, then beige.

  • Betsy Gordon says:

    Can’t wait to see the SW colors you’re picking for the new boards.

    I love your blog and learn so much from your expertise. I would love to win these new boards.

    My favorite SW paint is amazing grey.

    Betsy Gordon
    West of the Square Designs

  • Liz says:

    Comfort Gray- a beautiful mid-tone bluish gray which I used for my living room.

  • liveonfred says:

    I love your BM boards…use them all the time. Can’t wait to see your SW ones (please no colored logo stickers on the front!!!). Right now I’m loving SW Front Porch, a pale blue gray. Thank you!! Andrea

  • Katherine says:

    My walls have yellow undertones, and I have a dining room that is SW Well Bred Brown. The light yellow undertone in SW Dover white is perfect on my ceilings!

  • L says:

    I’ve never used SW colors before–I’ve been Benjamin Moore all the way

  • Paula Moffett Interiors says:

    I am so excited that you are doing the SW colors. It is my ‘go to’ fan deck. I paint the colors on mat board so my clients can see the colors in any light, anywhere in the room. I would love to have something more professional to show them. How to choose Paint Colors has been a great help, I am getting calls, just to color consult. I love it!my favorite white tone is SW Creamy. I have used it over and over. It goes with so many colors. My favorite grays are SW Mindful Gray. I also love SW Silverplate. It reads as a true gray in almost every circumstance.

  • Magdalene says:

    Maria, one of the trends you mention for 2014 is cream. Will you do a blog post on creams soon? Thank you.

  • Susan Sportsman says:

    I love Sherwin Williams paint and have used their colors throughout my house. I have invested so much money in paint samples trying to choose colors. How wonderful it would be to have my very own large samples! Think of all the money I’d save!

  • Jody says:

    I love the deep, richness of Chelsea Gray against the contrast of a crisp white trim. I have used it in a contemporary master suite with black furniture and in a traditional guest bedroom with an antique bed and it looks amazing in both applications.

  • LJ says:

    sw 7551 Greek Villa I don’t know how to describe it…almost white…maybe I just like it for its name!

  • Gina Roth says:

    I am a new interior designer practicing in San Antonio, TX. Sherwin Williams is king here and I would LOVE a set of your sample boards!
    Thank you for an educational and entertaining blog. I really enjoy reading and learning more about color and how to avoid pitfalls. Truly inspiring!
    Gina Roth

  • Linda says:

    I love SW Dover white. I used it to paint my kitchen cabinets, doors, and the trim in my house.

  • I have all the Ben Moore color boards and would love to have the SW ones too! The boards are sooo helpful in seeing what the color would look like on the walls.

  • Barbara North says:

    SW 6169 Sedate Gray is one of my favourite Sherwin William greys because I think it goes nicely with bright colours to brighten up a room.

  • Hi Maria!

    I am the Queen of Comfort Gray! I’ve used it in all my houses, looks great on the ceiling as well as walls, with white trim or cream, and with all shades of wood floors or trim. It’s a blue/green – very similar to Restoration Hardward Silver Sage or Ben Moore quiet moments – but Better!

    I was chosen to decorate a room in the 2013 Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Annual Decorators’ Show House. I designed a powder room called ‘Falling Water’ based on inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright and Comfort Gray was on the walls. Beautiful!

    • Angela Taylor says:

      Aha! I may have found the colour I’m searching from…thanks for the great description:)

  • I have all of your Benjamin moore color boards and would LOVE LOVE L O V E the new sherwin williams boards!!! Can’t wait to get them!!!!

    Have you found a great way to keep them “bagged” so to speak? It would be great to have all the paint boards in sleeves and be able to flip through them to find the color your looking for. Any suggestions, ideas?

    • I forgot to tell you which Gray is my favorite!!! It’s Mega Griege! Mega Greige is painted in all of the common areas of my home (family room, kitchen, dining, & entry) The color is amazing with dark woods! Check out the home tour pics of the rooms mentioned above at

    • Maria Killam says:

      I store mine in a relatively flat nylon bag lying flat in the bottom of my trunk, there is no way to keep them organized, that would just take too much time. It’s the reason why the colour names are on the front. I arrive in my clients home and spread them out so I can grab the ones I need.

      People are so happy that you have large samples, they don’t mind if it takes an extra few seconds to locate the one you need. Maria

  • Elizabeth says:

    Snowbound — it’s so subdued, not harsh at all. Also fond of Sea Salt, in fact it’s my favourite, but I’m not sure whether it would be classified as a grey or not (it changes).

  • Dayle says:

    The SW colour boards would make paint (and really all decor) decisions so much easier in our upcoming new home build! Love the large scale and true colour.

  • kristin says:

    love repose gray!

  • Dayle says:

    The SW colour boards would make paint (and really all decor) decisions so much easier in our upcoming new home build! Love the large scale and true colour. I like SW ‘comfort gray’ because it seems just that, comforting.

  • teresa says:

    Well, iI already have the updated ebook and am subscribed, so now i just need the sample boards and I’ll be set. Thanks for the opportunity. CTD

  • Catherine E says:

    I don’t have a favorite neutral. I’ve used SW bold colors before but am seemingly paralyzed when it comes to choosing wall and trim colors. And I’ve purchased your book, truly enjoyed it too. Need color boards please!

  • Jan Laurie says:

    What a cool prize!
    My fave is Gauzy White SW 6035.
    Such gentleness to surround a room in.


  • Ursula says:

    Which ONE SW white or gray? As SW paints are more readily available in the CO front range, I’ve found many favorites in their selections, many mentioned by others. (Wonder how many of them made it to your new kit!?) My LATEST favorite is Natural Choice, SW 7011. We tried it out on a ceiling with Sedate Grey 6169 on walls and also the much darker Retreat 6207 in an adjoining area on walls. Love it–mellow, grayed white, enough pop with the Alabaster trim, so it’s going up on soffits and tall walls in adjacent loft.

  • Diane says:

    You were a Godsend helping me choose my cabinet colors. I get excited every time I receive your blog via email!

  • Kendal says:

    Greek Villa SW 7551 is the color on my white kitchen cabinets and trim throughout the house. I love it with Fawn Brindle SW 7640 walls and ceiling.

  • Nancy says:

    I just had my old 1950’s cupboards laminated with the upper cupboards in Eider White and the lower done in Dovetail. They both match my new granite countertop perfectly! Now I’ll use your ebook (I have it) to pick a grey and white for my newly sprayed white tiles in the bathroom. (They were coral and black-yuk!) I might add a little lime green for “pop”.
    I’ve always just used the little color strips from the SW store to choose.

  • Shelly says:

    I love SW7066 Gray Matters.. It’s just the right amount of undertone – not too cool and not too green. It’s versatile – looks great with wood floors.

    • Laura Freeman says:

      Gray Matters is a tricky color! We chose it for our exterior bc a neighbor used it and it looked great, a true GRAY! She has a wooded lot though. Our painters started painting our new house which has NO trees for now and full sun and it was BLUE!!!!! That was a $400 mistake!

  • Bonnie Roetscher says:

    I would be so well armed for my next career in design to add the the Sherwin William large colour samples to my Benjamin Moore samples which I purchased from Miriam!

  • Bonnie Roetscher says:

    I cannot imagine being any better equipped in the field of design then to add the the Sherwin William large colour samples to my Benjamin Moore samples which I purchased from Maria!

  • BillP says:

    In my Florida house, all walls and ceilings are Natural Choice SW7011 and trim Pure White SW7005. It’s a nice palette for accents. Hope I get the boards so that I can try some new combinations!

  • I like Olympus White SW6253 because it’s a very soft, light gray with some hints of blue undertones. Nice if you’re looking for just a small variation with clean white trim. Crushed Ice SW7647 is also a very pretty light gray that’s very neutral without too much obvious undertones.

  • honey says:

    Great Giveaway Maria! Thanks!

  • Maryann says:

    My favorite SW grays that I’ve used many times are Agreeable Gray and Amazing Gray. Thanks for the opportunity to win the new SW boards!

  • Lisa says:

    Sea Salt is my current favorite. Just used it in my living room and it reads gray, green and blue all at once. Gorgeous!

  • Kathy says:

    My favorite white is 7005 Pure white. I have this (oil based) on all of the trim in my house and on my kitchen cabinets!
    I am considering painting my bedroom Repose Gray. The SW cashmere finish goes on great and is a nice finish on walls.

  • Karen Dyck says:

    I have to admit I have never used Sherwin Williams paints. But I always have an open mind about ned products.

  • StagerLinda says:

    Please count me in~! I typically use BM but Dover White is big with my clients. Would love to WIN! Thanks mucho, Maria!

  • I’m a ben Moore girl but SW is second in line. I love Repose Gray & actually would like to learn more about SW colors.

  • deb says:

    ditto to using SW agreeable gray on ceiling as well as on walls !!!

  • Roberta says:

    I’ve used mostly Ben Moore Maria but looking forward to researching some of these SW colors mentioned above as I am searching for a nice warm gray…
    Thanks for offering this giveaway!

  • Arlene says:

    Hoping this us where to enter for Sherwin Williams sample boards. I am looking for a color to paint in our bedroom with north exposure window in closet with south exposure. Our duvet color is white with Caribbean blue and strips of black which I am very fond of. It would be helpful to win color samples.

  • Donna Levi says:

    Hi Maria,
    Great idea, I love the BM boards I bought from you and would love to have SW boards, since I do use SW often. I use#6204 Sea Salt often. It a greeny gray. Favorite white for trim is SW #7006 Extra White.
    Great white wall color that’s not too white is #6385 Dover White. Looking forward to a new set of tools;-)

  • Donna Levi says:

    Another idea would be to add a sticker on the back with the undertones pre-printed for us. I usually take your boards in hand and compare with your book and write them on the back for quick reference. Thanks.

  • Tania Romaniuk says:

    Love BM Balboa Mist – a soothing light pink gray thatmakes everything else around it look pretty. Pairit with BM Dover White

  • Lori says:

    Agreeable gray is my current favorite!

  • Kelly says:

    I’m really enjoying Anonymous. It’s a great brown grey that’s a warm livable color. We used it in our basement at our new house and as our exterior color. 🙂

  • Gail Bailey says:

    SW Agreeable Gray because it is an inviting, warm gray. Thanks for the opportunity to participate in your drawing!

  • Penelope Walker says:

    Maria, according to an article in the LA times that fabulous lighting fixture (Jeffrey Allan Marks) is custom and was assembled rather than purchased. Here’s the link:,0,1769441.photogallery?index=la-lh-jeffrey-alan-marks-meaning-of-home-photo-011&gallery=large
    Do you know any talented welders?
    I’d love to win the sample boards.


  • Melissa says:

    I have specified Agreeable Gray in a living room recently that looks great.Cool and classic. I used Dovetail in my Master Bedroom and it is like a cocoon. I have also used Urbane Bronze on cabinetry to tone down orangy granite with great success!

  • Karen says:

    I have used Benjamin Moore paints for the past 22 years – but the Ben Moore store in my town has closed. Will be happy to switch to Sherwin Williams.

  • Cory Sprague says:

    SW Mindful Grey looks fabulous in my hallways, foyer and dining room, no matter the light or time of day. Great choice!

  • Beth says:

    6105 Divine White – which is the lighter tone of SW’s most popular color, kilim beige. I just painted the entire great room/kitchen area kilim, along with Nomadic Desert on the living room walls.

  • R. Wilson says:

    SW Dorian Grey. Being in Tucson Az. pale colors just seemed washed out. Something stronger but still giving me the beauty that grey can have.

  • Juanita Zurowski says:

    Versatile Grey. I find it, well….you know, versatile. It can fit into so many spaces and look modern or more transitional. Just a great, warm grey

  • Deborah says:

    Sherwin Williams colors are right up there with BM. The Navy trend is so elegant and moody, classy and new. I say YES to houseplants to soften up interiors, add life, and even help control indoor air pollution. We have some exciting and refreshing design trends for 2014!

  • whitney says:

    I have not used any of the grays but they look fun and I have a Sherwin Williams close to my house and have used their wonderful paint

  • Lisa says:

    Comfort Gray – it’s not too light, yet not too dark!

  • joanne says:

    I usually purchase Benjamin Moore or Behr. But after reading all the comments I’m checking out SW tomorrow.
    Seems like Repose Gray or Mindful Gray are good choices. Ritaemilia’s description of Roycroft Vellum is interesting. Will look at that also.

  • Cope Kamlowsky says:

    We’re looking at Functional Gray for our living room! Of course, we’d love to have your boards to help with the decision!

  • Design Interest says:

    Sea Salt is a long time favorite, but Urbane Bronze has found its way into my palettes lately, possibly as a way to warm and enliven the grays and whites. Dramatic, but natural and earthy.

  • I’m also mostly a Benjamin Moore gal, would love to win the Sherwin Williams boards to try them out.

  • Terry A. says:

    My favorite is Moderate White.

  • Laura says:

    I love sw colors and have used them for years. I love Westhighland white and sea salt!

  • Cindy says:

    I have used Mindful Gray twice in my home. The first time was in the kitchen (which is flooded with light most of the day), and I love, love, love it. So much so that I painted my bedroom (which gets no direct light), and I hate it: with not enough light it gets muddy. A hesitant thumbs-up for Mindful Gray!!

    Great giveaway, thanks Maria!

  • Nicola D says:

    I have only ventured into BM colors, however I am struggling to find a dark grey that will work with the rest of my painted walls…am very intrigued by SWUrbane Bronze for some cabinets. Have to check that out- looks really brown on
    My computer monitor as opposed to gray… And not sure what undertone it is. Will have to check it out. Would love the opportunity to see the SW paints in large boards!

    I paint up large boards when I buy a BM
    sample paint BUT WISH I had just bought your sample boards Maria! it has been a long journey …painful for my husband;) of trying to learn the undertones- have your book too :).

    Thank you!

  • Karen says:

    The grays I mostly spec for clients are either sw7037balanced beige or sw7038Tony Taupe. These are located in the ESSENTIALS collection that houses many of the go to grays mentioned here in the comments. This strip of colors is the only one in that collection that leans a little taupe and with only a slight hint of gray. I did not read any comments about these taupey grays, so here is the 411… Most of my clients have tile and or carpet/ granite with a Tuscan gold color or even the dreaded pinky beige. The taupey gray is the best foil for these issues as the tile/granite is usually staying. Many of the grays mentioned here work better in newer builds or total renos! Lots to learn here in the comment section about everyone’s colors. Fingers crossed to win!

  • megeranski says:

    Always tickled to see you grow and become more and more polished at your blogs and all online presence.

    Keep up the good work!!!

    p.s. tickled to see you add SW colors!!

  • Trudy F. says:

    How fun to read the colours that everyone else is loving, but Sea Salt is a favorite of mine.
    Perfect for the bath we just added on to our home. Comfort Gray will be used in the next room that I am renovating.
    Thanks for all the inspiration Maria!

  • Netty says:

    SW Popular Grey looks just lovely on the swatch. I’ve never used it (usually BM paint) but we just opened one here in town so the samples might make it worth it to check out their line.

    Thanks for the chance!

  • Kathy says:

    I have not used SW, but reading all the responses has really piqued my interest to take a look. Love to win some SW color boards.
    I have painted up some of my own BM board samples.

  • Dimi says:

    Maria, that’s the only offer that can get me excited about! Thanks! Best wishes.

  • Lynn says:

    Yippee ! SW colors… I am elated!

    I used SW Natural Choice in my bathroom re-do back in 2007…it worked best because I was in a quandary with some with pinky “beige” accent tile that we installed above the shower. SW Natural Choice had some green in it which seemed to balance it out.

    While I do love BM products, and the colors I have used, I must say for me it was frustrating because my source for buying BM is from a local “contractor supply” . They do sell to the public, but the hours of operation aren’t practical for me, so I have no choice but to go there on a Saturday morning, very early I might add! I’ve done it so often because I would agonize over trying to find a comparable SW color that would be “closest” to the BM that I wanted… to no avail, I always end up going for BM.

    Now I can finally have an option between the two!

    I purchased your e-book on color back in 2012, have relied on it so often. It is a great resource!

    Thank you Maria!

  • Kathrine Davis says:

    Great to hear you are including SW colors. I use both BM and SW regularly. Argos Grey for me.

  • Lucy says:

    I like grizzle gray for a dark gray and repose for a lighter gray. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Paula Bakies says:

    Ocean Floor – I have always been drawn to the use of darker colors in rooms…maybe because I am a moody person LOL! Look forward to purchasing your book and having it on display for the interior designers at my store Acorn Design Center in Andover, MA. Thank you,
    Paula Bakies

  • mairi says:

    Sea Salt for me. It is the perfect gray for coastal living; beachy look. Plus it blends with existing pieces very well.

  • In Oregon (grey so much of they time) many clients have not wanted to commit to a paint color that was to “grey”. We love SW6071 – Popular Gray. A color that reads a little warmer than many greys. Is a fabulous neutral color. Can’t wait to have the SW colors since that is what we primarily specify!

  • Denise Traboscia says:

    So many beautiful grays, it’s hard to choose, but Urbane Bronze is a lovely brownish gray. Mixed with lots of light colors (SW Dover White) it creates a dramatic feel in the space.

  • sea salt is my favourite

  • Mary Lou Fritz says:

    Dovetail Grey, It’s warm, yet bold. Other colors look fantastic with it.

  • Sandy says:

    I tested a few SW colors by painting boards myself and I found Mindful Grey went well with the warm orange hickory floors that I have. Thanks Maria !

  • Barbara Winters says:

    SW color board giveaway? One word….please.please.please.
    I win anyway because I am a longtime follower of your blog. Thanks Maria.

  • Melanie Nunn says:

    I love Shoji White, especially in a Master and Worldly Gray. My clients also love Comfort Gray.

  • Sea salt. Using in a beach house bathroom. Will be happy to get sw boards. Used th BM boards when specifying colors in a 10,000 foot house and it helped so much! Well worth the investment. Have sinced used in four more smaller homes and clients very happy. Love the book As well. Also including a reference sheet as to which colors work well where and paired with what is helpful.

  • Angela n says:

    I have a long list of SW favorites. I think my current favorite is aloof gray. My entry all the way up my stairs and loft upstairs are all painted in this color. My main living area is painted in SW rain washed and I think they pair nicely together.

  • El says:

    SW Gauntlet Gray – perfect as an accent wall, to display a photo gallery, or when mixed with lots of white trim

  • maurie says:

    agreeable gray…but I would say it has to do more with where I am putting it than which is my favorite….my favorite is the one that works best in the space…that is the only way it will look right. Right????

  • Darcy says:

    SW popular gray is my favorite.

  • Kathi says:

    Sherwin Williams has always been my go to place to buy paint, I recently did my bathroom in SW Silver Pointe #7653-It is a nice light silver color and I am thrilled how it turned out-I hopped off of the Farrow and Ball,Restoration Hardware and BM paint train, due to prices,you can get fabulous sale prices at SW,if you study all of the paint charts, you can pick almost the same exact colors of all your expensive designer paint companies. Maybe its just me, but I would feel too guilty using paint chips from another company and having them made in cheaper paint.I am very satisfied with the quality of sw paints.

  • Charlotte says:

    The last SW neutral I used was Relaxed Khaki for my kitchen woodwork, I just loved it. I’d love to have a set of SW sample boards.

  • Leigh Ann says:

    Sea salt is my favorite in my own house. After that would be svelte sage in a clients dining room….it just looked so pretty in there!

  • Connie says:

    Love Agreeable Gray! Thanks for the opportunity to win the paint boards and also for you informative blog!

  • Natalie Cox says:

    I’ve been smitten lately with SW Intellectual Gray. I saw it used in a room on Pinterest and loved the look.

  • Kristen Rinn says:

    Austere Gray is my favorite SW paint! I have it in my entry, living room and upstairs game room. It has a blue undertone that looks great with everything – even my travertine backsplash in my kitchen that I don’t care for but am stuck with until I can convince my hubbie it needs to go! People that come to my house often ask “What color is your paint?” I have used it in several clients homes and they love it too.

  • Diane says:

    Thanks for specifying SW colors. We always use SW paints as they are easier to buy in our area of SC and offer great sales. I love SW 7532 Urban Putty — a soft, warm green gray beige.

  • Elizabeth lynch says:

    SW Incredible White
    I saw it used in the Charleton’s Coastal Zliving Idea House. It transformed the rooms , capturing a warm glow. It was used in the Master bedroom that faced the water. It was also used in the master bath & closet. It transformed itself wit the different light sources .

  • Shawn says:

    We just painted our oak kitchen cabinets Snowbound white. My husband, who swore he would never paint oak, loves it. An added bonus was it was snowing the week we painted them here in Raleigh, NC. I love Sherwin Williams paint. My daughter is an assist. manager with them and we have painted our whole house in SW paints.

  • Karen Parham says:

    Maria – Thank you for giving us all the chance to win these. What a great idea! Sherwin Williams has a lot of great grays, but my favorite is SW7030 Anew Gray. Most of my clients have traditional interiors but want to switch to a gray palette. Anew Gray has brown undertones and goes with just about any colors. I love it with pops of yellow.

  • Rachel Olsen says:

    Been reading your blog for a couple months now and love it. Have an offer in on a house I can’t wait to decorate. I’m downloading your ebook TODAY!

    I really like SW’s SuperPaint. My choices are Pewter Cast (SW 7673) for its cool (I think), neutral mid-tone value and WestHighland White (SW 7566) for its subtle vanilla creaminess.

    Maria, I’d be intrested to hear your recs on which SW whites would make for pretty kitchen cabs.

  • Sarah Rideout says:

    What a great giveaway, I always appreciate the affordability of Sherwin Williams. I am intrigued by mindful gray or sealskin, I think either would pair well with cobalt blue, I am definitely a “warm” color person which I have learned from follwoing your blog!

  • Angela says:

    Repose gray all the way! I love that it is a WARM gray with green undertones and looks great in a room with tons of natural light. I think if people still have lots of brown stuff leftover this gray makes the transition well into using a lot of the blues and greens and “sea” colors that are so popular right now.

  • Teresa says:

    Repose Gray, all the way!

  • Bridgett says:

    Agreeable Gray! It’s soft and interesting; plus it’s versatile. I tell my clients, “It plays well with others!”

  • Anne Smyers says:

    Mindful Gray. Love the color, and the name!

  • Sheri says:

    Hi Maria,

    My situation is very similar to some of the above comments. I’m a BM girl at heart so really looking forward to the SW boards.

    There are so many to pick, but my choice would be SW 7029 Agreeable Gray. This colour looks great with accent pieces (in an Oceanside SW 6496).

  • Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    All the trim in my house is already SW Pure White – clean and crisp. Now I’m looking the change up the walls and your sample boards would be so helpful! I keep seeing Agreeable Gray everywhere, might have to give that a try. Also love Sea Salt and would love to find a place to use it. … Took your course and learned so much – thank you!

    • Jas says:

      Does pure white have any undertones? Trying to decide better pure or extra white for kitchen cabinets and trim. Kitchen will have white subway tile backsplash and Carrara quartz countertops. Such a hard decision :

  • Cammie Burgess says:

    I love the Undertones book! It changed the way I look at color forever! I feel like I finally have a tool not a trick to work with.

  • Cynthia Russell says:

    Sea Salt

  • Amy Meinecke says:

    I just moved into a new home in December. I used Agreeable Gray in all the main/public areas of the home and love it. It is so soft and light. It doesn’t feel cold and I believe I will be able to use any other colors with it in fabric, artwork and accessories.

    My kitchen opens up to the Great Room, so I put Anew Grey in there. They work well together. But the Agreeable Gray is my favorite!

    Amy Meinecke
    Window Works Studio, Inc

  • Lori Gilding says:

    I can’t decide which SW colour is my favourite. That’s why I need to win the sample boards, to help make my own decision !

  • Karen says:

    Zircon! I haven’t used it but i’ve seen so many pictures of this used in design and the room is a nice silvery white.

  • barbara morano says:

    We are currently looking at SW 3026 King’s Canyon and SW 3010 Woodsmoke Gray for some outside decking. Having sample boards would be much cheaper than buying sample paints!

  • Jo says:

    Hands down, Comfort Gray SW6205 is my fav with Sea Salt a close second.

  • Yasmin says:

    Hi Maria,
    I love your Blog! Thank you.

  • Lara Maira says:

    SW7029 – Agreeable Grey I’m not sure of the exact reason why – that is why I’ve signed up for Maria’s course on learning about color 🙂 But I do find it a nice mix of brown and grey.

  • Peggy says:

    I just used Fawn Brindle SW 7640 in my master bed and bath. It is listed as a cool neutral. Goes on looking taupe but dries to a beautiful soft grey. I have gray linens with a sand linen upholstered headboard accented with splashes of turquoise, burlap, barn wood, and mercury glass. It is a very neutral beautiful color. I would love to have a set of sample boards!

  • Amy T. says:

    I like Alabaster SW7008, which is on all of our trim. It’s a compromise – warm but not quite as warm as Dover White. And we used Curio Gray SW0024 on the exterior siding. It’s not in the fan deck or the Concepts in Color deck, either – I found it in an HGTV Home display at the SW store. It’s a dark taupe that contrasts nicely with white trim and is similar to SW7639 Ethereal Mood, but darker. I’m not a professional designer, but I’d still love to have the sample boards! I love learning about and experimenting with color.

  • Christine says:

    I recently used Sea Salt in a living/dining room and my client is so in love with that space now. Amazing what a bit of paint (and the right colour) can do to totally change a feel of a room!

  • carolanne says:

    Comfort Gray

  • Beckie Gaskill says:

    I’m really liking Sedate Gray at the moment.

  • Georgie says:

    Love the SW gray colors. I have used Agreeable Gray, Accessible Beige and Worldly Gray which is my favorite. The large color samples would be a great addition to the 50 color boards I already use.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win a set!

  • Jonelle says:

    My favorite gray is SW Amazing Gray 7044, so versatile and subtle. I am not as familiar with Sherwin Williams, but sometimes a client will request that paint so I have seen the fan deck. Thank you Marie for this opportunity.

  • Deb Landy says:

    Anew Gray is it wit the warm undertones. There is still so much OAK around these parts.

    Thanks for the SW direction! We will love it!

  • cheri duzanica says:

    I think Repose Grey is nice, although I haven’t used it. I’m trying to decide on a color right now.

  • Joanne says:

    SW Roycroft Vellum seems like it might be the perfect colour for my guest room. I’ve been using Benjamin Moore for years but maybe it’s time I try another.

  • Becky Noelker says:

    In a commercial space I recently used SW 6204 Sea Salt on walls and SW 7645 Thunder Gray on sections of the ceiling and as accent on some walls. Other colors were originally chosen but I changed them to the above choices after I returned home from your Colour workshop last fall. Thank you Maria for the knowledge and confidence to make the best color selection! And I’d love to add the SW Colour Boards to my BM collection!

  • Ann says:

    I also love SW antique white (6119). I’ve used it as a transitional color between my master bath and front entry. It’s a warm white–thinking about using it in my dining room!

  • Jacqueline says:

    Yay! I love SW Agreable Gray. Soft. Flexible. Feels weathered. Love it!!

  • Stephanie R says:

    I really like Mindful Gray. SW has so many great colors it’s hard to choose!

  • I love 6197 aloof gray as a nice light gray. As a designer I have all your BM boards and I am so excited that you are now doing SW boards too!!

  • Nancy says:

    Currently, my favorite Sherwin Williams gray is SW7050, Useful Gray. It’s a cool neutral and has a urban elegance to it. By the way, I have all of Maria’s color boards and use them constantly!

  • sandyc says:

    I’ll pass on the chance to win the SW boards because so many other readers can really use them, but I’m delighted you’ve added the SW deck to your deck. Although I love BM, until a couple of years ago, I’d have to drive all the way to Scottsdale to get color chips or samples. Now some Ace hardware stores carry the BM paint but are having problems with distributor demands about what and how much they carry so will be dropping BM from many stores including the one closest to me. SW has a great store about 15 minutes away and I love the light boxes that allow you to look at the color in different lights. Not so fond of their “color consultant” who has been doing it for more than 15 years but has no training of any kind. It will be great to have your knowledge and now familiarity with their colors, Maria. Good luck to everyone for being the lucky winner!

  • Kim says:

    I’m loving the SW colors! I have always been a BM go to gal, but it’s refreshing to use something different! Thanks Maria!

  • Debbie says:

    Comfort Gray seems like a good choice for my space- medium light, lots of wood, and blue/green grays (with indecisive pops of colour about- maybe you’d consider writing a post about how to commit?). Hope your day is bright.

  • Susan Carrara says:

    I used Peppercorn in a bedroom ande i love it

  • Linda says:

    I love BM Revere Pewter, but there are no stores close to me that sell BM paint. Lots of Sherwin Williams, however! I am looking at paint now for my dining room, which is currently a burgundy color at the top of wainscoting on the bottom. (Yes, it hasn’t been painted in a LONG time!) I am buying small samples jars to paint on some drywall pieces so I can move it around the room. I have a whole page full of colors I want to check into, but my favorites so far are Mindful Gray and Repose Gray. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your book and your blog — you have helped me in so many ways! It would be nice to win the large samples so I can repaint the rest of my “living in the 90’s” house!

  • There are so many grays and depending on the home I would use them would determine the choice, I like SW7029 for its more beige undertones and sw7642. Would be a big help if I won the boards to help with correct color choice. I just started my business last spring and this winning this would be great! Loved your book on colors and undertones I learned so much.
    Rydel interiors home staging and redesign

  • I have really enjoyed reading about all the S/W colours your readers have used. I have not used S/W myself but I am definitely ready to give them a try. I will be happy to expand my colour knowledge for my clients. Thanks Maria!

  • Deborah says:

    I’ve been drooling over the HGTV Dream Home and they used only Sherman Williams paints. This house has amazing light coming in, but I really like the master bedroom it’s painted SW7010 White Duck it really looks so beautiful with all the reds and yellows they have in the room. They also used it in the master bath and it looks good with the granite and other finishes as well. This blog has taught me so much that I use with my clients. Thank you.

  • Linda says:

    Sea Salt SW 6204 is my favorite SW color because it is very chameleon like. It is neutral when needed yet it takes on blue if surrounded by blues or green if surrounded by greens. Light also comes into play with this color as well. Makes for a fun color in many applications. Plus it doesn’t hurt that it makes me think of the ocean. My favorite place!

  • tamara lyons says:

    I did my home office in Repose Gray and love how it works with all my dark wood and white trim. It is a very tranquil color and plays nicely.

  • Personally, I’m not a gray fan, but I’m trying to get more into it for my clients! I recently used Light French Gray (0055) for a living room, and Perfect Greige (6073) for a bathroom, and they loved it. Since I like warmer grays, I prefer Morris Room Grey (0037) and Silver Gray (0049). The trim on my house is Amazing Gray (7044), and I also like Worldly Gray (7043). I’m getting my home ready to sell, and have a large finished basement with horrid pinkish gray tiles around the fireplace. It’s a walk out with lots of windows, so I had the walls and trim painted Shoji White (7042) and it looks fantastic! This color is great since it’s not too anything, but is soft.

  • Dawn Stockbridge says:

    Yay Maria! In so excited you are doing this! We don’t have a benjamin Moore here and I always use those sample boards, so having sample boards for sherwin Williams is a huge life saver in my area! I love Amazing gray as it is a warm versatile gray that goes with everything! I also have magnetic gray in my bedroom and I love that it is calm and has a strong blue in it but still feels warm:-)

  • Kathy says:

    I haven’t ventured into the gray world yet but I would love to paint over my builder taupe that looks pink to me….to make it worse, my sofa is red. I’m the only one that seems to see it! I have 3 English mastiffs so I would like to keep mopping the walls down to once a quarter. With my western exposure and green lake/foliage as the focal point for most of the house, my picks are
    SW peppercorn
    Amazing Gray paint color, SW 7044

  • Cindy says:

    I love SW Repose Gray. It looks gorgeous with SW Ramie and Sea Salt.

  • I forgot to add that I did my son’s room and bathroom in Sea Salt (6204). Since I’m getting my house ready to put on the market, I was happy to see that this color got a lot of votes!