Top 5 Moody Paint Colors

Today we are counting down, So Chic’s favorite moody paint colors!

5. Tricorn Black

Tricorn Black by Sherwin Williams (SW 6258)

The thought of adding black paint to your interior color palette can feel intimidating. What I love about the timeless color of Sherwin Williams Tricorn Black is that, unlike other black paints, Tricorn Black does not have any undertones! In other words, you will always be getting a true black ,which looks super fresh and modern when paired with other colors and materials. This classic black color can add drama to any area in your home.

4. Urbane Bronze

Urbane Bronze by Sherwin Williams (SW-7048)

As Sherwin William’s 2021 color of the year, Urbane Bronze is a dark gray paint that has a slight bronze-brown undertone to it. Its timelessness has the ability to fit all design styles: contemporary or classic, modern, traditional, transitional, farmhouse, boho, or even French country. Urbane Bronze can add contrast where you need it. It’s warmer than black and pairs beautifully with whites, grays, greens, and amber hues.

3. Beau Green

Beau Green by Benjamin Moore (2054-20)

If you want to bring the drama, then look no further than Beau Green by Benjamin Moore! This rich blue-green can make a small space pack a punch! If you’re looking to create a luxe style to your space, pair Beau Green with woods, brass, and mustard tones.

2. Hale Navy

Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore (HC-154)

Benjamin Moore’s Hale Navy is a tried-and-true favorite. Whether you are looking to add an accent wall, paint your kitchen cabinets or piece of furniture, or even paint the exterior of your home, Hale Navy is a perfect mix of cool and warm undertones which allow it to complement a variety of interior or exterior palettes.

1. Blue Peacock

Blue Peacock by Sherwin Williams (SW-0064)

For those of you who have been following my Show House Indy journey, you might recognize this color! Sherwin Williams, Blue Peacock is the wall color used for my Show House design space and the base of the color palette! I because it's one of those colors that's bold and dramatic. It will make a statement whether it's an entire room painted in it or just a single wall. So, if you’re searching for something new and a little more exciting than the typical navy blue, then a peacock blue shade may be where it’s at for you.

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