It’s always fun to round up our design staff members’ favorite paint colors! We love paint colors, and we know you guys do too, so we’re here with another round of beautiful faves! This edition is, of course, FALL themed 🙂
When we think of fall, we certainly think about warm taupes, grays, and browns, as well as rich colors like saturated greens, cozy oranges, and deep reds. Our design staff picks hit on all of those inviting fall color families. Let’s see who chose what color(s) and maybe even get a little insight on why these colors speak to them!
Sherwin Williams Tavern Taupe, picked by SH Ridgeland designer Lana Pate.
“I’ve used this color in projects before and it is always so warm and cozy,” she shares.
Sherwin Williams Copper Mountain, picked by SH Ridgeland Design Assistant Krystle Short.
How inviting is this door?!
Benjamin Moore Raccoon Hollow, picked by SH Ridgeland Interior Designer Katy Sanders.
“I used this color at my parents’ house and it is just gorgeous!”
Farrow and Ball Studio Green, picked by SH Oxford Interior Designer Rebecca Cornelius.
“I would use Studio Green on anything from kitchen cabinets to a study or even a small bathroom. I would use it with brushed gold hardware pulls or knobs and Kelly Wearstler Tableau Coastal tile in the kitchen, cream moulding in a bathroom and I may even put a natural, loose woven Cowtan and Tout grasscloth over it so the green would show through. In the study, I would place or a Rosecore Vanilla sky rug and cream throw in with natural raw wood accents. Keep it simple but also keep it neutrally and modern textured so it will be visually pleasing and not too dull.”
Benjamin Moore Briarwood, picked by SH Ridgeland Design Assistant Camille Parker
“It is the perfect chameleon warm paint color for Fall that can be transitioned into any time of year, but I love that it is the quintessential warm color perfect for cuddling up near the fireplace!”
Sherwin Williams Foxhall Green, picked by SH Ridgeland Design Assistant Krystle Short
Sherwin Williams Tiki Hut, picked by SH Ridgeland Interior Designer Lana Pate
Benjamin Moore Knoxville Gray, picked by SH Social Media Director Laurel Donahoo
“I could see this color on the wall in a room with few windows. In a darker room, it would add the right amount of cozy, the right amount of color, and would look killer with rich leathers, plaid pillows or throws, and a couple of whiskey cocktails in front of a wood-burning fire!”
Benjamin Moore Fallen Timber, picked by SH Owner and Lead Designer Lisa Palmer
“This lovely shade of gray, or wait… it’s brown… or maybe it’s ochre. That is precisely why I love it. You really can’t put a name on it. It feels like earth and wintry leaves all rolled into one. I would pair this wall or accent color with possibly a Ralph Lauren wool plaid, a mohair in plum and and a burnt caramel leather. Throw on some logs and candle light and you’ve got a party for two!”
Sherwin Williams Sommelier, picked by SH Ridgeland Design Assistant Krystle Short.
Sherwin Williams Kaffee, picked by SH Ridgeland Interior Designer Lana Pate
Sherwin Williams Hunt Club, picked by SH Ridgeland Design Assistant Anabel Webb.
“I recently painted my bottom kitchen cabinets with SW Hunt Club, a deep emerald green, and my top cabinets white and its super inviting. I’m still really into the jewel tone movement, which to me, in a way, is very “Fall.”
Benjamin Moore Gray Cashmere, picked by SH Ridgeland Interior Designer Katherine Shelton
“Benjamin Moore Gray Cashmere is such an amazing color to paint any space. This color would work all year long but if you designed your room with warm brown velvets and oatmeal linen paired with Ben Moore Gray Cashmere, your room would feel very cozy for fall and winter.”
Sherwin Williams Spiced Cider, picked by SH Ridgeland Interior Designer Lana Pate
“If someone is fond of a pop of color like I am, Spiced Cider 7702 is a beautiful shade.”
Benjamin Moore River Silt, picked by SH Ridgeland Design Assistant Krystle Short
Benjamin Moore Narragansett Green, picked by SH Ridgeland Interior Designer Elish Moon
“I’m very cautious about bold colors, but a study ended up being the perfect opportunity to take a risk! My client and I chose Benjamin Moore’s Narragansett Green HC-157, and this room exudes fall!”
( We actually plan to show y’all more from this study Elish designed, so stay tuned in the coming weeks! )
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Those are our fall picks! We hope you love them as much as we do. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!