Unpopular Opinion: I Don't Like The Sherwin Williams Color Of The Month
As a designer, I'm always up for trying out the latest trends. Whether it's a new paint color, a funky and bold pattern, or even a crazy new design style, I just love getting to experiment with something new.
However, some trends are just not meant to be...
Case in point: the Sherwin Williams color of the month for June, Basque Green.
I'm all for green paint but this month's color is really not doing it for me. It's giving off very 70's avocado green vibes, and the yellow/brown undertones are not a good look. Is it just me, or is anyone else picturing a vintage revival crockpot??
Don't take it personally, Sherwin Williams; I still love you. I'm just not feeling this color. To prove that I'm not just some green hater, I've pulled together a few of my favorite green paint colors that I think would be great alternatives to the "questionable" Basque Green.
Let's Shake It Up With My Favorite Greens!
No surprise here; my favorites are all Sherwin Williams! I absolutely love their paint colors; they always go on so smoothly and have great coverage.
Sherwin Williams - Hunt Club
This green brings elegance and cool undertones to the front of the stage. Use this color when you want to enhance a room by adding a touch of regality. It is a dark color so it can look almost black in the evening.
Sherwin Williams - Broccoflower
If you're in search of a warmer green tone, I would definitely give Broccoflower a try. This green leaves the brown at the door and instead uses white and yellow to add some warmth. Calming – check, pleasant to the eye – check, and overall a much better option! Try this in a powder bath!