Take a tour of Our DIY House and learn what paint colors we’ve used to create our eclectic modern farmhouse look!
One of the questions that I get asked the most about our home is what paint colours we’ve used. Today I thought I’d compile a list of all of the paint colours we have in our home just in case you want to try them in your home, too!
Just don’t forget that these colours might look different in your home – I always recommend buying a sample pot of a paint colour and doing a test swatch on your wall before committing. You can find all of my tips on choosing paint right here.
We’re approaching the 5 year anniversary of Our DIY House (I can’t believe we finished building it almost 5 years ago?!), so I’ll be sharing some more blog posts this summer about our home and how we’ve liked it so far.
Now, on to our paint colours!
Our front door is Gypsy Teal by Valspar. I still love this bold, vibrant colour!
Most of the walls on our main floor are Seashell Grey by Valspar. It’s a very light grey with glowing, slightly green undertones.
The upper part of the fireplace wall in our living room is a rich charcoal colour called Shades On by Behr.
The board & batten wall and trim in our living room is Whisper White by Behr. I’m slowly transitioning all of the trim in our house to this colour because it’s a beautiful, slightly warm white but it’s not too creamy. It’s white enough to contrast the light grey we have on the walls.
The kitchen breakfast nook is more Seashell grey, and the trim in here is Simply White by Benjamin Moore. This is another white that I love that’s also only very slightly warm, but it is a little greener and creamier than the Whisper White by Behr.
Our dining room is a combination of Distant Valley by Valspar (I LOVE this blue/grey/green) and Whisper White by Behr on the board & batten and trim.
Little C’s bedroom is Prelude to Pink by Cloverdale, which is the perfect blush pink.
The kids’ bathroom and Little A’s room is a bright aqua called Mystic Sea by Valspar.
Our bedroom is a beautiful, light warm grey called Classic Gray by Benjamin Moore, and we have Simply White by Benjamin Moore on the trim.
Our master bathroom is a combination of Classic Gray by Benjamin Moore and French Roast by Cloverdale on an accent wall – it’s a striking, warm black.
Little B’s bedroom is Simply White by Benjamin Moore. She tells me she wants to paint it pink next, so we’ll see if that happens soon!
I hope you found this list helpful!