Paint Color Trends by Sherwin-Williams.

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Celebrate your individuality with colors that have a personal meaning. Take a journey inward and embrace your passion for today’s colors.

Lifestyle Collection: Color Palettes

The Lifestyle Collection offers many unique color palettes from Blissful Retreat and Soft and Sheer to Kool Kids and Latin Zest, inspiration awaits.

Purely Refined:
elegant, tailored, understated

True luxury doesn’t shout its presence with glitz, glamour and bling. It whispers, revealing its pedigree through clean, classic lines, exquisite tailoring and handcrafted heirloom quality. Pared down is the new upscale, and its color palette demonstrates similar restraint, filled with understated neutrals, yet with nuances and undertones that interact in intriguing ways. Layering organic textures and subtle detailing add to the natural elegance of the timeless look.

The colors you choose should be inspiring and rejuvenating,” says interior designer Arianne Bellizaire. “Drab and dull colors can really wear you down emotionally, whereas bright and airy colors are much better for your psyche.”

These are the hues that will usher in a new beginning, provide healing and comfort, and instill confidence.

“I would encourage anyone to consider whether spaces are working optimally for you, especially after this challenging year,” says Woelfel. “Painting can be a low-cost, high-impact project that can improve more than the value of your home, and might be a much-needed refresh in 2021.” 

Warm neutrals will be used as “building blocks” between rooms to connect a palette, especially in gathering spaces, says Cesa from Farrow & Ball. “With a perfect balance between warm and cool”.

“The home is now the ultimate retreat from the world, and color is an easy and effective way to create a personal haven,” Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams, said in a press release. “Urbane Bronze encourages you to create a sanctuary space for mindful reflection and renewal.”

Create a fresh, distinctive look by combining the 2021 Color of the Year with Sue Wadden’s top choices for complementary colors and materials.


As in nature, Urbane Bronze SW 7048 (245-C7) is at its best when balanced with its environs. “Layering texture and tone is key,” says Sherwin-Williams Director of Color Marketing Sue Wadden. Here are her suggestions for ensuring Urbane Bronze beams.

“Urbane Bronze is a comforting color, drawing from nature for a feeling of relaxation and serenity,” explained Wadden. “There’s also reassurance in its sentimentality, with nostalgic ties to the design of the ’70s and ’90s, but with gray undertones that give it a distinctly modern twist.”

Walls painted Urbane Bronze and Modern Gray come together with pale wood floors to create a calm backdrop for a warm, minimalistic space

The word sanctuary likely resonates with many individuals nowadays, in light of the ongoing global pandemic. The hues included in this palette are inspired by nature and biophilia, as well as the concept of nesting and the paler tones that are often associated with Scandinavian design. For instance, the quietness of Pure White (SW 7005) is designed to encourage slowing down and taking respite, while Oakmoss (SW 6180) and Urbane Bronze (SW 7048) are warm and inviting. 

Photo: Courtesy of Sherwin-Williams
Sanctuary includes some neutral paint color options like Pure White.

The Sanctuary palette is about being rooted in peace, so it’s the ideal palette to help create a safe haven at home,” Wadden notes. “During this unprecedented time, less is more. We’re experiencing a pause that’s called us to be mindful of how we’re living.”

Encounter is all about earth tones. Seen here is Reddened Earth.

While there isn’t one standout color, the earthy hues of Rosemary (SW 6187) and Reddened Earth (SW 6053) in the Encounter palette are more personal, in a nod to the potential for connection in one’s surroundings. Java (SW 6090), for instance, can bring to mind images of coffee (a necessity during the shutdown, with cold brews and whipped coffee seemingly in the news more than ever). The color is also a much richer shade of brown than Sandbank (SW 6052) and Canyon Clay (SW 6054), two paints from the Sherwin-Williams 2020 Colormix.

As Wadden explains, last year’s selections were “inspired by the concept of wellness, while opening the door for color exploration.” In a way, they helped people feel grounded as they headed into a new decade. 2021 is about finding peace and slowing down.

Source Architectural Digest. Source Sherwin-Williams.

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