Sherwin Williams Neutral Ground Color Review
One of the first things I do with my online clients is to evaluate all the interior pictures of their homes. The moment I start scrolling through the pictures, I’m looking at all the different textures, the linen curtains, the soft maple wood dining table, the luxurious red-brown earth floor trims, the beautiful living room rug, the weathered wood side tables and the list goes on.
A home will always tell a story, and there are almost always a few colors and undertones that will dictate what interior paint colors you can use for your home. In a matter of minutes, I will instantly know what will work and not work in any home. It’s all about the undertones, the lighting, the interior décor, and the fixed elements that you have in your home.
Sometimes depending on the circumstances of a home, I will use this beautiful paint color called Neutral Ground by Sherwin Williams. I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, what it looks like in the north and south-facing rooms. I'm also going to share with you three valuable tips that you should know before painting your room with Neutral Ground.
Not every home can use this beautiful interior paint color because you need to have the right natural lighting, interior décor, fixed elements, and design layout of your home to make this paint color live up to its full potential.
Having said that, I want to show you what makes this paint color so unique. Many of you may or may not be able to see the undertones that I’m about to show you, so don’t be hard on yourself if you can’t see the undertones. It takes years to develop this skill, but the important part is I want you to be aware of these undertones in the video down below.
Neutral Ground is one of many beige paint colors but is it the right interior paint color for your home?
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