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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.

Southern Living Eastover Cottage - Dining Room Sherwin Williams Copen Blue

pale blue walls with light green ceiling and backs of bookshelves> Transitional Living-rooms from Liz Dickson on HGTV

Sherwin Williams Alabaster for trim | Sherwin Williams Anew Gray on walls ANEW GRAY!

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Sherwin Williams Silvermist ... my brother-in-law used this color in a house he built ---it is beautiful.

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.