Enneagram-Inspired Color Palettes to Bring Your Personality to Life

Our Enneagram-inspired palettes bring your personality to life with color. Whether you fall into one category or find a little of yourself in all nine, these curated hues speak volumes.

Enneagram-inspired color palette for Type 1

Type 1: The Reformer

Ones are practical in every sense of the word. Known for their honesty and dependability, this type embraces the balance of Modern Lavender while striving for the tenacity of Determined Orange.

Enneagram-inspired color palette for Type 2

Type 2: The Helper

Just like a Sunflower, twos love bringing joy to someone’s day. These generous spirits have unconditional love for others, and they’ll go out of their way to help a person in need.

Enneagram-inspired color palette for Type 3

Type 3: The Achiever

Known for their Charisma and authenticity, this type harnesses the energy of a Double Latte while fueling their desire for growth and improvement.

Enneagram-inspired color palette for Type 4

Type 4: The Individualist

Like Passionate Purple, this type is emotionally driven in everything they do. While fours adore their individuality, they also love connecting with people who match their level of creativity and honesty.

Enneagram-inspired color palette for Type 5

Type 5: The Investigator

Fives are insightful and always curious. Despite their occasional Daydream drifts, these visionary inquisitors take in the environment around them to understand the ins and outs of the world.

Enneagram color palette for Type 6

Type 6: The Loyalist

Just like your Favorite Jeans, sixes love a tried-and-true favorite. These reliable allies are fiercely loyal to their loved ones, and they’re always willing to stick up for their beliefs.

Enneagram color palette for Type 7

Type 7: The Enthusiast

It’s no surprise that sevens are always on the go. Their adventure-seeking nature leads them to new experiences while their daring spontaneity leaves their soul feeling Glitzy Gold.

Enneagram color palette for Type 8

Type 8: The Challenger

With Dynamo energy, eights tell it like it is. This type won’t shy away from a challenge or taking a risk thanks to their self-confident and assertive nature.

Enneagram color palette for Type 9

Type 9: The Peacemaker

Most likely to give you Peace of Mind, nines enjoy going with the flow. As a result, their gentle disposition makes for an easygoing personality that brings people together.

Where did you find yourself? Share which enneagram-inspired color palette speaks to your soul in the comments below. Don’t forget to order your palette’s color chips to create a colorful plan for a space that feels true to you.


  1. I would like to use Sea Pearl on the outside of my home.

    What would you recommend for trim.

    My roof is a tan/muted rose color.


    Susan Edel
    • Sherwin-Williams

      Hi Susan! Consider the following two crisp whites in order to make your body color “pop”. Take a look at:
      Extra White SW 7006
      Pure White SW 7005

      • I am palette #8
        I like the upward Gray
        And the Extra White
        Do these two colors go together
        In a bedroom and bathroom.

        Vernita Figge
        • Sherwin-Williams

          Hi Vernita! Do you have a color number by chance? You may be referring to Upward SW 6239 and this color is not gray, it is definitely blue – it is the lightest color in our Naval family. Let us know. Thanks!

  2. Thank you for the way you have put together different pallets I will Be sure to use them when I decide to Start painting.

    Roy Nicholson
  3. #5 spot on for me! for me. Each room in my home Is painted quietude, this is second home I’ve done this. Absolutely love this color. Surprisingly most of my accent colors are in the #5 palette. I waited for sooo long for SW to feature Quietude in a specific palette!!
    Thank you, love, love your color palettes!

    Marcele Sanzenbacker
  4. Not sure what color to pick for my new kitchen walls. My island and doors are going to be Sherwin-Williams Luna Moth. White subway tile backsplash with medium tone cherry cabinets, light gray floor and soapstone counter. My designer suggested a putty color but I was thinking maybe something in the bluish/ gray family might play well off the Luna Moth. Something like SW9145 or SW6479. Would like to know your thoughts. Thanks.

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