Sherwin Williams Taupe Tone Color Review

Sherwin Williams Taupe Tone Color Review

Taupe paint colors are a lot more complicated than you may think. How many of you are looking for a beige color that is grayer but at the same time you want a color that is warmer than gray. Chances are you naturally gravitate towards a taupe paint color, and often many people don’t realize what makes a taupe paint color. It’s tricky paint color, and like all colors, it has a personality of its own.  

Today's color review is Taupe Tone by Sherwin Williams; I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color and give you an idea on how this paint color reacts to natural lighting. Then I’m going to provide you with three tips you should know about Taupe Tone before deciding to paint this color in your home.

 Sherwin Williams Taupe Tone Color Review


A taupe paint color sits in between violet gray and pink beige.  I’m going to show you a classic example of what makes Taupe Tone a taupe and the best way to explain it is to show you in the video down below.



Taupe Tone is one of those paint colors that I’ve had the opportunity to work with many times over the years, and it’s a beautiful paint color when you know how to use it to its full potential.

Feel free to check out these taupe paint colors if you think Sherwin Williams Taupe Tone is a little too dark for you; Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige or Benjamin Moore Pale Oak.

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