The Best Warm Paint Colors for a Cozy Home
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Winter’s coming. Are your walls ready?
The New Neutral
In the age of “millennial pink” don’t be afraid to take it a few shades softer to a warm blush tone to create a laid-back atmosphere. Try Pink Ground (202) by Farrow and Ball.
This one is right out of Chip and Joanna’s playbook—gray-beige is a sure bet for a soothingly neutral palette. Try Benjamin Moore Ashwood (OC-47).
The Good Blues
They say blue is cool, but this hue, Sherwin-Williams Inkwell (SW 6992) is so rich and deep it’s cozy and enveloping.
Fit for a Queen (Bee)
It simply doesn’t get any warm-and-cozy-ier than Sherwin-Williams Honeycomb (SW6375).
Set a neutral backdrop for statement features to take center stage with this goes-with-anything gray shade: Sherwin-Williams’ Tinsmith (SW 7657).
If you’re dreaming of flannel, apple orchards, and hot mugs of cider, Sherwin-Williams Spicy Hue (SW 6342) might be for you.
Get White Right
Ah, white paint. Let us save you lots of tedious standing-and-staring-at-the-wall. One of our warm but clean favorites is Swiss Coffee (OC-45) by Benjamin Moore.
Bring Nature In
Just because the leaves have turned doesn’t mean you can’t dress up your interiors with this earthy, inviting green. Get it: Benjamin Moore Timson Green (CW-470).
Pretty in Purple
Really “purple” doesn’t even capture the depth or elegance of this rich aubergine, named Brinjal (no 222) from Farrow and Ball.
A Color for the Ages
Sherwin-Williams Antiquity (SW 6402) walks the thin line between green, yellow, and tan, but captures the best of all of them.
The soft green undertones of Sherwin-Williams’ Austere Gray (SW 6184) will make any space feel relaxed.
Walls of Gold
Try Benjamin Moore’s Concord Ivory (HC-12) creamy, golden yellow warms up any room without looking dated or cheesy.