Welcome the new year with a gorgeous green-gray that’s all about starting fresh.
Evergreen Fog is a color so versatile, it can take on any room, in any design style, all while looking effortless. So as we begin again in 2022, we’re admiring the many ways this gentle color inspires us to see our homes in a new light.
Why We Love It
See how we brought Evergreen Fog to life four different ways.
The craving for a slower-paced lifestyle is quickly shaping the heart of the home. As kitchens embrace the nostalgia for cozy rural living and simpler times, a new vision of farmhouse living is taking root. Whether it’s a walk in the woods or a stroll through your garden, a nurturing shade like Evergreen Fog brings the outdoors in for a nature-inspired touch on cabinets.
The Trend: Cottagecore
Get the Look: Warm Woods, Vintage Finds, Handcrafted Goods
Considered clutter brings a charming look to the spaces where our personalities shine. Whether it’s our daily accessories or favorite vintage finds, entry spaces are like a window into our lives giving you a sneak peek at what else you’ll find inside. Explore giving your mudroom a nurturing backdrop with this soft shade of green that highlights all your treasured items.
The Trend: Cottagecore
Get the Look: Painted Paneling, Vintage Lighting, Rustic Elements
Kids’ Room Cool
Color that knows no age is a color everyone adores. Evergreen Fog brings a sophisticated wash of color to the spaces where little minds are molded and playtime is all the time. A modern kids’ room filled with whimsical furniture and casual organization, creates a calm place for the imagination to run wild.
The Trend: Modern Comfort
Get the Look: Simple Details, Natural Colors, Light Wood Tones
Can less be better? If you want to feel relaxed when you walk in the room, all it takes is scaling back and leading with some minimalism. A sanctuary-like bedroom is carefree thanks to airy interiors and light colors that put you at peace. Counter the tranquility with Evergreen Fog’s serene shade to keep you feeling grounded and down to earth.
The Trend: Modern Comfort
Get the Look: Clean Lines, Minimal Style, Soft Textures
Want to learn more about Evergreen Fog? Explore our Color of the Month to find additional inspiration and don’t forget to tag your Evergreen Fog paint projects on social media with #SWColorLove for a chance to be featured in our gallery.
Can you answer the question -> Is the lighter color in the mud room Soji White – and In the kitchen are the other two colors Soji White and Loggia with the Evergreen fog?
Hi Marie! We can confirm the lighter color in the mudroom is Shoji White. The kitchen colors are Evergreen Fog SW 9130 (cabinets and beadboard), Loggia SW 7506 (window trim), and Shoji White SW 7042 (walls).
What is the white color that is used with this on the ceiling in the kitchen and the trim in the mudroom?
It is Shoji White SW 7042!
These are great and truly inspirational. One thing that would make them even better is if you indicated which accent colors you used in the text under the photo. We might assume that they are the complimentary colors? but not sure. Colors often look very different in context compared to the little circles. That would make these mailings even more inspiring. Thank you.
Hi Arla! We appreciate your feedback and will be sure to forward it to the team. Please let us know if you have any questions about the colors included. We are glad to help!
What is the paint color of the window trim in the kitchen picture above?
Hello Julie! The window trim is Loggia SW 7506.
Hi my kitchen and formal dining are painted repose gray and are adjoining to my great room which has a vaulted ceiling. I’m looking for a neutral look, with a calm or relax feeling. What beige or white do you recommend for my great room which is south facing with good natural light? My trim and fireplace will be painted white.
Hi Ruth, Consider sticking with a white in your great room, a beige would look dingy next to your Repose Gray. Also, consider taking any of the colors suggested below on the walls and up onto your ceiling in there as well. Taking the color all the way up will enhance your vaulted ceiling and vertical space. Check out:
Eider White SW 7014
Toque White SW 7003
Incredible White SW 7028
What is the color above of the window trim that is beige looking and also the white looking trim in other window
Hi Arlene, it looks like the white trim is Shoji White SW 7042 and the beige trim is Loggia SW 7506.
Can you tell me if the evergreen fog on the cabinets is flat or satin?
Hi Chanda, the cabinets are a satin finish.
Thank you! 😊
I am doing this same color scheme in my kitchen: Evergreen Fog SW 9130 (cabinets and beadboard), Loggia SW 7506 (window trim), and Shoji White SW 7042 (walls).
I really like your Snowbound White (SW 7004). Would that color be an appropriate coordinating color for the walls (instead of Shoji White). Along with the Evergreen Fog on the cabinets and Loggia on the trim?
Also, can you recommend a color that would work well for the trim, should we not want to go as dark as the Loggia but still darker than the wall color? I really like the Egret White SW 7570. What do you think of that combination – Evergreen Fog (cabinets); Snowbound White (walls); and Egret White (wood trim)?
Thank you so much for your time and help. 🙂
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