Sherwin Williams Color of the Year 2022
Updated: Oct 22, 2021
Have you heard the news?
Sherwin Williams has announced their 2022 color of the year!
Evergreen Fog SW 9130
Sherwin Williams really outdid themselves with this pick! I think the world was ready for a color that brings a little dash of calm as we prepare for 2022. This color does just that!
This color is stunning mix of green and gray. Subtle enough to add as a neutral to any room, but just enough character to not be boring. And I love the way it brings a little inspiration from nature into every space.
Where am I most excited about using this color in my next few projects?
I LOVE a spa-like bathroom. Who doesn't?!
Clean white towels next to this green-gray hue sounds like the best match for that spa-like environment. I would love to see this paint color paired with a few natural wood elements!
I don't know about you, but I love a peaceful bedroom! There were times where I wanted my decor in my bedroom to have a little edge, a high contrast in color, and a place that felt like the best of my design work. The past 2 years I have had a change in heart! As the world changed and so many things felt chaotic, I wanted a place of peace.
Our bedroom is now a place where neutral cool colors steal the show and a green-gray accent wall is the perfect addition! But don't worry, I haven't completely given up my edginess. Now it's just done in more subtle ways, like this wall sconce with a touch of black and gold. We love these lights! Just enough drama against our green-gray accent wall!
For those of us in the PNW, this seems like a perfect choice for an entryway transition color. The subtle green tone is the perfect balance as you come in from the beauty outdoors. I could see this color behind an entry table, in the back of a bookshelf, or even in wainscoting.
The best thing about this color? It pairs with both cool and warm palettes.
What are your thoughts on the Sherwin Williams Color of the Year?
Could you see adding this color to your home? Let me know in the comments where you plan to use it!