2020 Spring-Summer Paint Collection by Pottery Barn available through Sherwin-Williams combines muted hues with bold color and soft neutrals. And as always this palette works with current Pottery Barn products. However, with a combination of neutral tones, muted colors, and pops of color this palette will work within any design style.
2020 Spring-Summer Paint Collection
And just what do these beautiful colors translate to in a home? Take a look at the image below from PotteryBarn.com.
First, a Soothing bedroom wall painted in Poolhouse, SW 7603. Second, an on-trend Kitchen Island painted in Naval SW 6244. Lastly, walls painted in Extra White SW 7006 for a crisp clean palette.
Visit Sherwin-Williams for more information on the Pottery Barn 2020 Paint Collection.
My takeaways ~ 2020 Spring-Summer Paint Collection
Selecting a paint color for your walls can be an overwhelming task. Because the paint color you choose is a major component to an overall interior decorating plan. It is one element that can change the look and feel of your home quickly. So take into account your entire space including natural light, furniture, flooring, upholstery & accessory pieces.
Commonly, homeowners will paint then put everything back into the room. However, don’t be surprised that by updating your paint color some pieces in your room begin to look dated. Or that certain furnishings just don’t fit into your vision any longer.
So, a couple of good alternatives.
Take the time before you begin your project, to decide what moves your decorating plan forward.
Or, if you are tight on time, no worries, you can always edit afterward.
The main takeaway is that a new coat of paint will change the look and feel of your space.
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve left inspired ~ Nancy
be happy & be comfortable in your home