One of my most frequently asked questions on Instagram is “What is that paint color?” I’ve been meaning to write up this post showing all of the paint colors we have in our house for a while and I’m finally getting to it tonight. I hope it will be a helpful reference!
The main color in our home that you see on most of our walls is Agreeable Gray by Sherwin Williams. This color was recommended to us by multiple friends when we were deciding what color we wanted our entire house painted. We really love it and I have had no regrets. I wanted a greige that would blend well with warm and cool colors and this is a winner!
Pigeon by Farrow and Ball
This is by far my favorite color I’ve ever used! At least for accent furniture and doors. We have the color Pigeon on our front door, back door and pantry doors. I think it makes such a statement having this subtle pop of color on some of the doors throughout our home. I also used Pigeon in Lawson’s reading nook closet as well as on his new dresser.
Chelsea Gray by Benjamin Moore
Another one of my favorites for accents! This is a charcoal gray and I love it so much! We have an accent wall behind our master bed painted this color as well as an armoire.
*helpful tip: This color as well as Pigeon look darker on walls than they do on furniture I’ve noticed.
Extra White by Sherwin Williams
This is the color you see on all of our trim and shiplap throughout the house. I am often asked what color our kitchen cabinets are but they were ordered from the builder and were already white when we moved in so I don’t know the exact color but it is a very close match to extra white!
Our custom vent hood is painted Extra White
And I think that’s it! I love all of these colors so much but be sure to test them in your home before purchasing gallons of paint because paint colors can vary greatly in different homes. Another note is that most paint stores can mix colors from different companies. I usually have Sherwin Williams mix my Benjamin Moore and Farrow and Ball colors. They make it so easy!
I hope this was helpful! Please let me know if you have any questions.