Why Sea Salt is Becoming the ‘Chameleon’ Color You Can’t Say No To
What I love about Sea Salt (SW 6204), by Sherwin-Williams, is that it is a chameleon of a color. It’s blue, gray, and green, all at the same time. This means, it presents itself differently, depending on the room lighting and surroundings. Here are some examples.
Watery blue hues. These soft, muted greenish-blue hues work especially well for bedrooms and bathrooms, where they offer a calming, spa-inspired vibe. These soft blues with green and gray undertones can be used in large quantities in a room without being overwhelming. From left to right: Watery from Sherwin-Williams, Rain Washed from Behr, Harbor Haze from Benjamin Moore and Thunder Bay from PPG Pittsburgh Paints.