Sherwin Williams Cotton Color Review
Sherwin Williams Cotton is a relatively new paint color that you can find in the Sherwin Williams Emerald Designer Edition. Sherwin Williams Cotton is not your typical off-white paint color and I've used it for kitchen cabinet's, trims, ceilings, interior walls and exterior applications.
Today I'm going to show you the undertones of Sherwin Williams Cotton, what makes this paint color unique by comparing it to other paint colors and give you some tips on how to pair Sherwin Williams Cotton with your fixed elements. Find out in the video below on what happens when I compare Sherwin Williams Cotton with light cream and warm off-white paint colors.
Now you know what makes Sherwin Williams Cotton unique but is it the right paint color for your home? Get a sample sheet or make your own sample board then compare Sherwin Williams Cotton with your fixed and furnished items in your home to see if it's the perfect paint color for your home. Don't forget to consider how Sherwin Williams Cotton will look like in your home depending on the type of natural and artificial lighting you have in your home. It's a beautiful paint color and I can see this becoming a popular off-white paint color because it's so versatile.
Many of my client's homes can't pull off the off-white interior paint color as the main interior wall paint color in their home because it will look dingy or muted. If you're having the same issues then I recommend you check out the video called, Greige Paint Colors: 5 Tips Everyone Should Know. Depending on the type of fixed elements in your home and the type of lighting you receive I encourage you to watch the video called Sherwin Williams Panda White Color Review as it's another alternative for a light interior paint color for your home.
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