Favorites from the Fall Pottery Barn Paint Collection

Favorites from the fall 2014 Pottery Barn paint color collection. Remodelaholic.com

Hi Remodelaholics, it’s Cyndy from The Creativity Exchange back with this month’s paint color palette.   Last month, I shared my a few of my tips for choosing paint colors for children’s spaces.  This month, I wanted to share a few of my favorites from the fall Pottery Barn paint collection from Sherwin Williams.

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I love it when a home decor store like Pottery Barn does a paint color collection because it helps so much to know paint colors used in rooms in their catalogs. Envision colors in a space is so hard and seeing a color on a wall in a decorated room makes all the difference. By the way, some of the most popular paint colors over the last few years have came from colors in past Pottery Barn paint collections.

Pottery Barn and Sherwin Williams recently came out with their fall 2014 collection and as usual, I pretty much loved every color. Just look at this color goodness:

Pottery Barn 2014 fall paint color collection. Remodelaholic
source: Pottery Barn

Not only are these colors beautiful, they are also very reliable and most of them work very well in a variety of lighting situations.

So today, I have gone through and picked a few of my favorites from the fall collection for this month’s color palette.  Here are my fav’s and this month’s color palette:

Favorites from the fall 2014 Pottery Barn paint color collection. Remodelaholic.com


I am really loving Heron Plume right now and it’s only recently that I started seeing it being used.  It’s really quickly becoming a favorite with designers and home builders:

Heron Plume from Sherwin Williams

Heron Plume Sherwin Williams


I also love Requisite Gray because it’s another fresh transitional warm gray that has a nice mix of warm and cool undertones that will work well in almost any home:

Requisite Gray from Sherwin Williams

Requisite Gray by Sherwin Williams


Naval is a gorgeous navy and it’s one of the most popular dark blues being used today:

Naval from Sherwin Williams

Naval from Sherwin Williams


I was excited to see Extra White by Sherwin Williams used in the collection because it’s probably one of the best true white paint colors on the market today. Extra White has a very neutral undertone and it picks up the hues in the space:

Extra White from Sherwin Williams

Extra White by Sherwin Williams


Svelte Sage is a new color to me but I really love it because it’s a transitional light green that has a warmer gray undertone that helps to neutralize the green:

Svelte Sage from Sherwin Williams

Svelte Sage by Sherwin Williams


There are so many great colors in this collection and you can also look through the Pottery Barn website for examples of these colors used in their spaces and catalog here.
If you’re looking for more color inspiration, you can find tons of color palettes and room examples on my blog here. Also, be sure and check out my “Pick a Paint Color” board here on Pinterest for almost 500 paint colors and more examples of rooms painted in these colors.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Don’t miss out on Cyndy’s other paint recommendations:

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Tips and Tricks for Choosing Bathroom Paint Colors. Remodelaholic

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Trends in cabinet paint colors. Remodelaholic

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Tricks for choosing bold paint colors and subtle ways of incorporating them into your home. Remodelaholic

Tips for Choosing Bold and Bright Paint Colors

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Cyndy is a color expert who has transitioned from the fashion world to the design world by helping others choose just the right paint colors for their homes. Cyndy takes the guesswork out of choosing paint colors and has been sharing her tips and paint color palettes with her readers for more than four years on her blog The Creativity Exchange.

Cyndy lives in East Texas and is an artist working with designers to create commissioned paintings that enhance the color and design of a space.

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  1. I.ve used Sherwin Williams requisite grey…now I’m having trouble finding a blue tone to go with it..any suggestions? Doing an upstairs attic converted to a dorm…want to put a blue of some sort to give it some life…plse help