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Pottery Barn Kids Paint Colors from Sherwin-Williams - page 2
Pottery Barn Kids Paint Colors
Find inspiration from this paint color palette brought to you by Sherwin-Williams in partnership with Pottery Barn Kids. For girls and boys bedrooms and bathrooms these colors will brighten their walls, ceiling or woodwork and trim. These paint colors are easy to coordinate with furniture, rugs, personal collections and room accessories. Many of the paint colors are suitable for a ceiling color when plain ole white just won't do or if you are bold try “Naval” on the ceiling to mimic the night sky. Some are neutral to use in the Jack and Jill bathroom. These colors are available in many sheens from flat to gloss to meet the needs of any room.
Light French Gray
If the exact shade of the paint color you need is not seen here Sherwin-Williams will have lighter and darker samples in their full fandeck. To test paint colors The Painted Surface suggests buying a sample quart of your intended color and paint poster size foam core boards. These boards can be placed in the room and moved around to view the actual paint with the furnishings of the room and in various light and times of day.
Sherwin-Williams and Pottery Barn also have partnered to present a special collection of paint colors for teens which can be seen on page 3.
More helpful painting tips, techniques and how-to articles can be found by following these links:
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More details about specific painting subjects are covered in the additional articles. In those will be found details, painting tips and techniques gathered from over 20 years of painting experience. Here is a list of links to the articles: