One of the most frequently asked questions I get is “what paint color is that?” Well, I’m finally revealing all of the paint colors in my home in one place. Not only will this be a great resource when you are looking for a certain paint color in my home but I think it’s really helpful to see paint colors in real spaces. When I’m thinking about a new paint color, I always do my research and hunt around for photos of that paint color in real spaces. So, I’ll share not only my paint whole house color palette but images of each of the colors in my home!
Whole House Paint Colors
The color palette suites my coastal loving heart and home pretty nicely. I’m drawn to neutrals on the walls and tend to add pops of color with my decor.
Behr Ultra Pure White
We used this Behr paint color in all of our closets as well as for all of the trim and interior doors in our home. It’s exactly what you would expect, it’s a very bright crisp white. It’s perfect for trim and baseboards.
Benjamin Moore Cloudy Sky
I feel in love with this color almost instantly. I wanted a bold color that would also feel serene and calm. In our bedroom, this color does exactly that. It’s a smoky blue that leans gray but in natural light has more of a blue hue. It is bold but subtle.
Benjamin Moore Oyster Shell
This Benjamin Moore paint color is probably one of my favorites of all time. It’s perfect in a bathroom like here in my master bathroom, but I believe it would be beautiful anywhere. It’s a very soft gray with hints of blue/gray making it the perfect neutral.
Sherwin Williams Topsail
We used this color in our daughter’s shared room. It’s a beautiful soft blue that isn’t a bight baby blue. Instead, it’s a subtle aqua that gives a very relaxing coastal vibe. We used it on three walls with a white accent wall.
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace
If it’s wrong for a white to be your favorite color then I don’t want to be right. White paint is finicky. How the color will look on your walls depends on so many factors. For our living room, lack of natural light caused many colors to look yellow or pink. This was spot on – it’s my favorite. I’ve written extensively on this color in particular, you can read why we painted our living room white here. It’s the most creamy white without being yellow or beige. We ended up painting our entire living area Chantilly Lace and it’s perfect.
Sherwin Williams Sea Salt
This Sherwin Williams paint color is very popular. It’s a transformative color that can take on many shades once it’s in a space so it’s important to sample it before you go all out. On the swatch, it looks much more green than it appears in my guest bathroom shown above. It creates a very spa-like feel which makes it perfect for bathrooms and bedrooms. Very serene.
Benjamin Moore White Heron
White Heron is a beautiful shade of white that we used in our kitchen/breakfast nook. This color has some green undertones that appear with less natural light. Since we have a nice big window in our kitchen, the color presents pretty creamy white.
Behr Still Gray
Our kitchen cabinetry, as well as our master bedroom vanities, have been painted this shade of gray. It’s a very true medium gray that I love. It’s a safe choice! Read about our cabinet painting experience here.
Behr Quiet on the Set
Quiet on the Set is a very lovely soft gray. It feels pretty muted yet isn’t cold. We used it in our guest bedroom. It creates a very calming overall feel.
I hope this in-depth view of our whole house paint color palette is helpful and answers any questions you may have! If not, please drop them in the comments and I’ll be sure to answer them. If you have a favorite paint color in your home, I’d love to hear it as well!