Warm & Cozy Paint Colors for Couples

Make your next DIY painting project a true labor of love with color palettes curated for couples. Whether your relationship is brand new or tried and true, these relaxing paint colors will help you and your boo create the home-sweet-home of your dreams.

For Homebodies

Staying in is the new going out. Ready to create cuddle-worthy spaces perfect for enjoying everything from movie nights to lazy mornings, candlelight dinners to breakfast in bed, and beyond? This palette features four cozy paint colors for happy homebodies.

For Newlyweds

Just tied the knot? Say “I do” to four hues that will help you paint your way to wedded bliss. Featuring colors that capture the joy of newly married couples, this palette vows to love, cherish, and inspire all sorts of painting projects whether for a romantic bedroom, relaxing living room, or of course, an adorable nursery.

For Proud Parents

Looking to make a big change in your little ones’ rooms? This paint palette is sure to please you and your crew. Like a colorful group hug, these soft, gentle hues will wrap your tykes’ bedrooms in personality and possibility. What proud parent wouldn’t want that?

For World Travelers

By land or by sea, these adventure-inspired hues are perfect for couples who love to travel, but also know there’s no place like home. Paint an office or game room in these hues for an energizing burst of color capable of satisfying any case of wanderlust.

For Empty Nesters

Now that your kids are grown and on their own, it’s the perfect time to paint! Give those extra bedrooms or bathrooms a fresh coat of color with four relaxing hues inspired by your newfound peace and quiet. (TIP: If the nest feels a little too empty some days, invite your kids over to help paint!)

For Sweethearts-To-Be

Still searching for a soulmate? This paint palette is curated specially for those who hope to soon be lucky in love. Swipe right (with your paint brush), and add these optimistic colors to a reading nook, yoga space, or by the tub to help inspire self-care on your path to partnership.

Ready to find the hues that suit you and your boo? Order FREE color chips below, then shop online for the paints and supplies you need to create colorful spaces you’ll fall in love with.

Get FREE Colors of Couplehood Color Chips:

Homebodies Palette
Newlyweds Palette
Proud Parents Palette
World Travelers Palette
Empty Nesters Palette
Sweethearts-To-Be Palette


  1. The living room faces Northwest and gets no sun. There are large doors opening to many trees and a pond. I thought either a warm white or a cream color for the walls and draperies (small room), dark green sofa, natural leather or yellow chairs and built-in shelves and cabinets for storage-also painted the wall color with perhaps a matching green f the sofas or a yellow? I would like your opinion. The living room is open to the
    kitchen which has white upper and grey lower cabinets and a light green glass tile backsplash.
    Thank you in advance for your help.

    Marion Stamp
    • Sherwin-Williams logo

      Hello Marion, warm whites are considered cream as whites can only be made by putting a drop of yellow in it. Some colors that would work your other finishes are:
      Creamy SW 7012
      Ivory Lace SW 7013
      Futon SW 7101

  2. I have a small living room, with a cream sofa tried in black wood, also aligned back chair that has a tweedy yellow beige also with black trim. The chair has a large print of blues and some gray. Dont know what to do with the walls and trim. Hardwood floors and area rug in a Philadelphia blue. Thank you for your help.

  3. Coral bell.. when will u b in stock

    Sundar katwaroo
  4. Hi, I am looking for a light cool green color with a mid-tone green of the same color family. I do like blue undertones, but I do not want blue. I also like subtle colors.
    Thank you,

    Sharon E Thompson
    • Sherwin-Williams logo

      Hello Sharon, A green with a blue undertone would be a light teal or aqua, are those the color families you are interested in?

  5. I am trying to find a light rose gold. What would you recommend? Thank you so much for your help

    Jamie Johnson
    • Sherwin-Williams logo

      Hello Jamie, Sadly, there is no paint color that would be considered a “rose gold”. That color is a metallic finish found on surfaces like cars and phones. A finish like this is not possible with paint created with liquid colorants. A color that we think you might be interested in would be Rose Colored SW 6303. Let us know if we can recommend any other colors!

  6. Taupe of the morning….. what color family would you say this is?

    Jill Thompson
    • Sherwin-Williams logo

      Hello Jill, SW 9590 Taupe of the Morning is a Greige (grey+beige) and has a beige undertone. It is always best to look at color in your lighting. Order some free sample chips from our website to determine which color will work best for you!


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