Put your projects in motion with some colorful inspiration from our Living Well™ collection. A new season is the perfect time to re-energize the spaces we use the most. Whether it’s a home gym or home studio, we’re sharing some inspirational paint colors that’ll help you create, focus and inspire.
Our Create palette features a playful collection of energetic pastels because creativity works best when your imagination can run wild. From dreamy blues to pops of pink, nothing opens your mind better than a colorful pick-me-up. Explore using these adventurous hues in spaces like a home studio or craft room where hobbies and side-hustles keep your creative flow moving.
Clear your mind with calm blues from the Focus palette. These tranquil hues create a backdrop that encourages the confidence and drive for achieving big things. Whether it’s completing a project or breaking a personal record, this collection is the perfect pairing for home offices and gyms.
Brighten your day with feel-good hues. Whether it’s the kitchen or living room, the spaces where we get together should always spark a source of joy. Use the sunny yellows and breezy blues from our Inspire palette to fill every room with a glowing warmth that radiates positivity.
Thinking of using one of these inspirational paint colors for your next DIY? Order free color chips from our Living Well™ collection to see which pastels can help re-energize your space.
I am looking for the color quiz. I’ve wanted to do that for quite a while.
Sandra K. Salisbury
Hi Sandra! Check out our Color ID Quiz.
I never can tell in these sample pictures which color is the wall? The trim? The dark around the windows? Therefore these nice pictures don’t help, they just confuse and frustrate me more! Makes me crazy!! Label the colors please like you do on your store pamphlets thank you!!
We appreciate your feedback, Betty. If you ever have a question about what a specific color is let us know. We are glad to help.
I absolutely love the colors in Focus palette and Inspire palettes !
I took the test, but really do not like any of the colors in my “palette ” isnt that interesting. I am drawn to cool colors in the lighter shades. I find anything brown, tan, peach, orange tones suffocating. Meaning I need to flee. In rooms with those color based or anything i see as muddy, my eyes keep looking for light.
When are you going to have a 40% sale?
Hi Martha! Unfortunately we can’t reveal quite yet when the next 40% off sale is happening. For current pricing sales information please visit sherwin-williams.com.
What beautiful colors! LOVE the August moon…I love the melon flavors of peach and this color fits the bill!
What is the paint color on the door in the picture with the August Moon painted walls?
Hi Deb! To get this look use Breezy SW 7616!
That August moon is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
The color quiz was insightful. It helped me to confirm what I already knew.
Thanks so much.
I’m looking for a light grey green that doesn’t look like mint.
Hello Roseann, check out Spare White SW 6203 or Sea Salt SW 6204. It is always best to look at color in your lighting.\
My name is not Sandra!
Sorry! I just woke up and thought 💭 I was Sandra! But you are Sandra!!This is why I should NOT respond to nothing before my first cup of Joe! Lol 😝
I am a long time professional home designer and I took your Color Quiz. I felt as though my choices were all over the place— but the result was totally me! I loved the colors and I am a Nurturer! Thanks for the life brightener! I’m going to use this nudge at home!
Yay! Glad you like your results, Joanne!
I understand that Sherwin Williams has an exterior white paint that can be used for Anderson Windows French Wood doors. So far I have not had any luck getting local store to find it. Can you help me with this?
Hi Ward, we are sorry for any inconvenience. For assistance we recommend contacting your local store and requesting to speak with a manager.
I love the blue/gray of Aleutian and the gold of August Moon!
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