One of my subscribers last month requested that I do a color review of Sherwin Williams City Loft. Sherwin Williams City Loft is a beautiful interior paint color but there are some key details you need to know about this paint color before deciding if it’s the right match for your home.
Today I’m going to show you the undertones of Sherwin Williams City Loft by comparing it to other paint colors. Next, I’m going to tell you why lighting and other undertones that you may have in your fixed or furnished items in your home will play a role in how SW City Loft could react in your home.
Sherwin Williams City Loft is a light interior paint color and it has a green-gray-greige undertone. The best way to show you the undertones of City Loft is by comparing it with other interior paint colors. Watch what happens when I compare SW City Loft with BM Paper White in the video down below.
I can’t stress to you enough on how important it is to identify the type of undertones that you may have in your fixed or furnished elements. If you have muted or earthy undertones, think Tuscan fixed elements in your home, Sherwin Williams City Loft will not be a good match because it’s a classic case of mixing a clean paint color (Sherwin Williams City Loft) and mixing it with your earthy muted Tuscan fixed element. I don’t want you to make a costly mistake by mixing a clean paint color like Sherwin Williams City Loft with muted or dirty undertones that you may have in your home. City Loft pairs best with neutral or clean undertones to keep it simple.
Here are some other gray interior paint colors that you might want to try if you think City Loft is too light; Benjamin Moore Gray Mist or How To Use Benjamin Moore Edgecombe Gray In Your Living Room.
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