4 Neutral Farmhouse Country Paint Color Palettes - Sherwin Williams

Kylie M Interiors
by Kylie M Interiors
Have you been wondering what paint colour to use in your home? Do you want to create a Farmhouse or Country style look like you see in the magazines? Then check this out!
Using Sherwin Williams paint colors, I have created 4 BEAUTIFUL colour palettes for you to consider!
Each palette includes a 'main wall colour' as well as a variety of accent colours to consider (as well as few other decorative tidbits too!)
With a soft wall colour like Sherwin Williams Creamy you have the perfect foundation for an earth-toned, pastel palette with subtle accent colours!

A palette like this looks fabulous with slipcovered furniture and painted furniture. It also transitions REALLY well into the 'beach/coastal' theme if you to change things around with your home décor!
This palette has a more vintage look to it with a simple off-white wall and striking accent colours.

This palette looks beautiful with rustic wickers and older pine or oak flooring. It is a slightly more cool feeling palette, so you'll want to add warmth via texture (fabrics) and woods (flooring/furniture/baskets).
A beautiful gray on gray palette can look beautiful in a home with the right natural and artificial lighting. It looks beautiful with white cabinets and medium or dark toned wood flooring.

Like the above palette, you'll want to add warmth via texture and consider adding some fun splashes of yellow and teal for visual interest!
With a colour like Sherwin Williams Softer Tan, you can create a warm and welcoming Farmhouse style home!

This palette has a bit more body than the first one, even though they are using a similar palette. This palette just LOVES white and cream distressed furniture and worn and well-loved woods.
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  • Janice Montiverdi Janice Montiverdi on Mar 06, 2016
    What are the other colors besides softer tan are in this number 1 farmhouse palette?

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