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Silver strand

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Elizabeth Burns Design - Benjamin Moore Oyster Shell, Valspar Pale Linen, Benjamin Moore Wickam Gray, Sherwin Williams Silver Strand, Benjamin Moore Silver Marlin, Benjamin Moore Gray Whisp

I have been doing a lot of paint comparisons and collecting of paint color chips. You may remember this post on blue-greens. While I still love all of those colors, I am looking for some slightly more mellow shades in the same family. Below are my picks for the gray/blue/green paint color

Sherwin Williams: Austere Gray Oyster Bay Mindful Gray Lattice Silvermist Silver Strand Sensible Hue Worldly Gray

Sherwin Williams: Austere Gray Oyster Bay Mindful Gray Lattice Silvermist Silver Strand Sensible Hue Worldly Gray

Color Spotlight: Silver Strand by Sherwin-Williams- grey color with green/blue undertones.... great color for spaces with little/no natural light- bedrooms, bathrooms, hallways, basements .....

Before we get to Cyndy’s beautiful paint color spotlight today, a quick announcement: Cyndy and all her expertise will be over on our Facebook page *next* Wednesday, June 15th at 7:00 PM mountain time

Exterior accent color in Silver Strand by Millhaven Homes

Silver Strand is a cooler color that creates a spa-like and soothing atmosphere. If you like Sea Salt, Silver Strand is very similar in color...

Silver Strand SW 7057 - Sherwin-Williams

Silver Strand paint color SW 7057 by Sherwin-Williams. View interior and exterior paint colors and color palettes. Get design inspiration for painting projects.

Whole House Paint Color Scheme with Photos — Elizabeth Burns Design, Raleigh NC Interior Designer

When re-painting the entire house or picking paint colors for a new construction, selecting a whole house paint scheme can be a daunting task. How do you know that they will all go together? How many colors are too many? Should I just use one paint color throughout the house? Since we started renova