5 Gemstone-Inspired Colors We Love

For centuries, gemstones and geodes have helped us reconnect with ourselves and the world around us. Whether it’s through the healing power of crystal or the motivating energy of tiger’s eye, we’re tapping into these power sources and using their energy to bring balance, harmony and brilliance to our homes.

Featured Color: Crystalline SW 9691

Crystalline

The master healer; white crystals are known for boosting immunity and restoring balance. Like the stone, Crystalline’s purifying hue is destined for spaces that encourage restoration and wellness.

Featured Color: Holiday Turquoise SW 0075

Holiday Turquoise

Seeking alignment? Turquoise emits pure and protective energy that promotes positive thinking and self-realization. Capture the spirit of this stabilizing hue with Holiday Turquoise – try it in a space where communication and creative problem-solving flourish. 

Featured Color: Ruby Shade SW 6572

Ruby Shade

Embrace your zest for life with the spirit of ruby. This naturally vivid hue expels negativity as it promotes positivity and passion. Use Ruby Shade to infuse your space with welcoming energy that sets the tone for your entire home. 

Featured Color: Frosted Emerald SW 9035

Frosted Emerald

Restorative and encouraging, emeralds are known to inspire growth and stimulate the spirit. Trust your intuition when you’re immersed in Frosted Emerald’s fresh hue. Tap into its confident energy in spaces where well-being and motivation are fostered.  

Featured Color: Tigereye SW 6362

Tigereye

Harness the power of self with this gemstone that is believed to motivate the mind and inspire clarity. Give your inner strength a boost and invigorate your space with Tigereye’s warm golden glow. 

Whether you’re seeking balance, motivation or prosperity, channel it with these gem-inspired hues. Interested in trying one of these jewel tones in your home? Get free color chips delivered straight to your door and discover for yourself what the power of color can really do. 

19 Comments

  1. Beautiful colors!

    Felicia Major
  2. I am painting the inside of my house. So, far I have come up with one gray room and four different shades of blue rooms. I am horrible at picking colors. I got the free sample papers in the mail and put them on my white board to stare at. I have so many ideas now just have to pick one. I love the paint here. It goes on stays on and you can wash it down. Fantastic colors.

  3. Love the new gem colours!!!

  4. I’m interested in painting my living room and hall a color that will reflect more light. I’m not sure what will work best. I am open to suggestions 😊

    • Hi Deborah! Every color has a Light Reflective Value (LRV), which tells you how much light the color will reflect. If you have a darker room, a color that has an LRV of 60 or higher would be the best option to help brighten it. LRV ranges from 1-100. The higher the number the more light the color will reflect. The colors we have listed below are currently some of our most popular light neutrals for you to consider.

      Agreeable Gray SW 7029 (LRV 60)
      Dover White SW 6385 (LRV 83)
      City Loft SW 7631 (LRV 70)

      Sherwin-Williams
  5. Good night I am loving the new colours bold and beautiful colors I love them all. My living room kitchen and bathroom they all are painted with Sherwin Williams for the last 6years and the colours are still standing bold. Thx you Sherwin Williams. See you soon ❤🤍🖤

    SHARON THEODORE
  6. Love the turquoise blue

  7. Love the Crystalline color! What is the name and number of ceiling color please?

  8. Have tried to get S-W semi-gloss paint for several weeks in July/August. It was not the color but The base for any color in semi-gloss I could not gt & I tried several stores in SC. I ended up getting the paint from the Pratt Lambert brand in PA and I live in SC. I did find out that brand is sold in two places in SC and are quite a distance away. Hopefully for my next project there will be paint available from Sherwin-Williams.

    Ann G Fitzgerald
    • Hi Ann, Mid-February, an ice storm devastated parts of Texas, severely damaging refineries that produce critical raw materials used to make paint. As a result availability of select products will be impacted. We are working tirelessly to get your favorite products back in stock. Should you continue to experience any issues getting the products you need please contact us at 1-800-4Sherwin (474-3794) or by email at http://bit.ly/2Dgu0Ti. We are glad to help.

      Sherwin-Williams
  9. What are the undertones of Crystalline?

  10. Wow… I looked it up, and it is beautiful! Darn. Just when I thought I had colors picked out… here we go again!!

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