Looking to sweeten your space? These bright and bubbly hues bring the candy store to you. Whether it’s a pack of bubblegum or a piece of saltwater taffy, use these candy-inspired paint colors to give your space a vibrant look.
Nothing says candy like a classic shade of bubblegum-inspired color. A pop of pink can bring a maximalist touch to your space, thanks to its bubbly nature that’s all about being bold. Pair Cheery with gold accents and color-coordinating art to create a playful look layered with personality.
Lemon drops are full of flavor and vibrant in color – capture their playful punch with Lemon Twist. A smaller dose of bright yellow can add the right amount of energy to your space. Use this hue as an accent color for furniture to create an unexpected look that’s fun and fresh.
Looking for a color combination that’s mint to be? Green and white are a refreshing duo that looks good in any room – play up the contrast between them with color blocking. Retro Mint adds a splash of pastel color that’s perfect for grounding a space, while white helps draw the eye up.
Like the sugary crystals on a nostalgic treat, Rock Candy brings a soft and inviting look to walls with barely-there color. If you want to play up a bolder look, explore using a monochromatic palette to paint doors and trim a few shades darker than the wall color.
Whether it’s from the boardwalk or an amusement park candy shop, saltwater taffy is sticky sweet and always a treat. Use Splashy’s rich shade of blue to give furniture or accent walls a coat of statement-making color.
No matter which sweet catches your eye, these candy-inspired paint colors remind you to have fun with your space. Looking for additional inspiration? Upload a picture of your favorite treat to our ColorSnap® Visualizer to get even more color suggestions.
Lorenzo, salesman at Sherwin Willians located in Calallen , Sore #8584, sure made a wonderful experience went I walked in not knowing what I needed for what I was going to do , when I decided I wanted to paint my kitchen cabinet. He was patient , caring, helpful and indeed very knowledgeable! I walked out of their with all my supplies, knowledge, and confidence. With in the next two days my kitchen cabinets were sanded down, primed and painted. My first time in painting kitchen cabinets was a success❤️
That is great, Carmen! We are so happy to hear that your project was a success!
What finish would I use to paint a side table please ?
Hi Donna! Consider a semi-gloss or gloss finish for your side table.
I would like to know the name of the colour on the door and trim in the Rock Candy picture.
Hi Jane! It is Network Gray SW 7073.
Looking for lighter pastel colors in teal/turquoise shades and lavender/ orchid/ purpley ish. Also sea mist/ sage ish greens. Would appreciate suggestions. Thanks in advance.
Hi Sal! Check out these options:
Green Purple Teal
SW 6427 Sprout SW 6281 Wallflower SW 6749 Embellished Blue
SW 6175 Sagey SW 6288 Rosebud SW 6798 Iceberg
Thank you for sending this site to me regularly.. I appreciate this so much! Thinking about making some changes on interior surfaces and seeing your colors is a good thing! Thank you!
Thanks, Charles! Please let us know if we can help!
Love these new colors! Retro mint is my favorite.
Retro Mint SW 9036 is such a fun color!
Wow.. now these are some beautiful colors!
I need to redo bedroom and bathroom. Bathroom I need a gray color. Bedroom a bright and sunny like color
Hi Gail! We are here to help you select the perfect color. Sign up for a free virtual color consultation here.
I LOVE the Rock Candy,and want to paint my upstairs this color, but I ALSO want to accent with the Dark Color it is paired with, and you DID NOT say what That color is.
Hi Sandy! The color is Network Gray SW 7073.
Just had my guest bathroom painted in a color almost identical to Splashy! I LOVE THE POP OF FUN!
Excellent color combinations
Choosing interior home colors for the walls, woodwork and doors is no easy task. I want great colors I won’t tire of , look classy and classic, make a statement and that will not look dated shortly. HELP!
Hi Hedy, We are here to help! Sign up for a free virtual color consultation here.
I love these colors I will try to remember when I design with my home design app.
Hello. Could you tell me what color the door is in the picture of the paint color rock candy? I love them both and looking to paint my doors love how it looks with the rock candy wall.
Hi Carol, The door/trim is Network Gray SW 7073.
Love the colors & ideas! Have always loved SW quality!!
Love Sherwin Williams paint and colors; have now used Dorian Grey, Respose Grey, Rain, love all of them. However I will tell you the best is not always the best. The super paint( Velvet) you can not touch up, looks spotty.Plan on paint entire wall with this product; but gives a awesome finish to yours walls.
Hi Karen! You have used some beautiful colors in your home! Touch ups can be difficult to achieve. Having the same product, sheen and applicator is key.
These are spectacular!
I love this new colour Splashy may do my bathroom in it….
What is the wall color in the splashy bathroom photo?
Hi Paul! It is Naval SW 6244.
I have painted the interior of my entire home using sw. It has been at least a decade since I have tried any other brand of paint. I love the coverage of the paint and I have amazing assistance every time I go to my local store. SW is the best.
Thank you, Susan! We appreciate your patronage!
The wall color above the trim in the picture where you feature splashy is a color I want to use in exterior paint for shutters. Do you know the name of that color that looks Navy?
Hi Marylyse! It is our 2020 Color of the Year, Naval SW 6244.
Any advice on what color to paint a small bathroom?
Hi Judy, We’d like to get a better sense of your space before making a recommendation. Sign up for a free Virtual Color Consultation here.
My metal roof is burgandy/maroon. The exterior siding is Fisherman’s Net…a light yellow/tan. What color do you suggest for the aluminum shutters and front door? Shirley England
what is the navy colour in the splashy picture
Hi Nat! It is our 2020 Color of the Year, Naval SW 6244.
What is the color of the wall area featured in Cherry?
Hi Brigette! The color is Drift of Mist SW 9166 .
I love the color Splashy. I wonder if it can be toned down so it is softer. Is it possible to tint using one halve the formula..
Hi Janice! Yes, the store can mix at 50%.
What is the color with the cherry on the top picture?
Hi Kerri! The color is Drift of Mist SW 9166 .
I would like to paint kitchen cabinets with one of these. What would the best and most durable finish/paint to use. Do you have a recommendation?
Hi James! We recommend Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel in a satin or semi-gloss finish.
The door / trim color Network gray what finish do u recommend?
Hi Nadine! Go with gloss or semi-gloss for doors and trim.
I’ve recently painted my kitchen cabinets SW Extra White they came out gorgeous. My counter tops are White Calcutta Marble (White white with some light grey) I plan to add Aqua accents (toaster, coffee pot etc..) going for a coastal theme as this home is located at the beach. I like the all white look kitchen but I would like a slight contrast to the cabinets on the walls and don’t want it to look too sterile. What white can you recommend that doesn’t have any cream to it? Or would a white that has the slightest hint of aqua work? I’m not sure what is usually suggested for walls of a white white kitchen. Also what can you recommend for a light seaglass color for a bedroom. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Colleen! Your kitchen sounds really pretty. We would not put a light aqua on the wall as it may make your cabinets look blue in some lighting. Consider using any of these soft whites with subtle gray undertones. Any of these whites would complement both your cabinetry and granite. Look at:
Drift of Mist SW 9166
Toque White SW 7003
Egret White SW 7570
Just finished our interior re-fresh with your beautiful indigo blue on the lower cabinets and loved it so much I went back for more and did the wainscoting in a guest bath and have gotten some wonderful compliments. We’re heading outside and I would appreciate your recommendation for a medium warm grey(with a hint of rose or lavender)for the siding and a deep eggplant for the trim. Thank you so much!
Hi Patricia, We love the palette you chose for your home! Look at using either Minute Mauve SW 7078 or Unique Gray SW 6260 with Patchwork Plum SW 0022 for your trim.