Are you looking for the perfect paint color for your home? Then you have come to the right place because greige is a fabulous color for home decor. So, doing some research here are the best Sherwin Williams griege paint colors.
In the last 25 years of decorating homes I found greige paint colors to have so many positives. They fit most any design style and are easiest to work with when it comes to picking fabrics and accessories. But what I truly love about greige is their soft neutral colors.
So when I began thinking about a color to highlight I recalled the color greige — I have a few colors I particularly love by Sherwin Williams so that is when I decided to search for the most popular Sherwin Williams greige colors and share them with you.
Before we talk about these neutral paint colors you might be asking what is greige?
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What is greige paint color?
Greige is not beige and it is not gray it is actually a combination of beige and gray which makes it greige. It is a neutral color that doesn't read any color. Greige rides the fence between gray and beige. It is nice and neutral.
Best Sherwin Williams Greige Paint Colors
Okay, now that we determined the color of greige let's dive into the best Sherwin Williams greige paint colors. Here are the top colors I have found based on my research.
- Everyday White SW 6077
- Agreeable Gray SW 7029
- Repose Gray SW 7015
- Alpaca SW 7022
- Worldly Gray SW 7043
- Anew Gray SW 7030
- Perfect Griege SW 6073
- Mega Griege SW 7031
- Functional Gray SW 7024
- Warm Stone SW 7032
- LRV – You'll read the term LRV throughout the post. It stands for Light Reflectance Value. The highest LRV is 100. The higher the number, the more light will reflect from the color. A high LRV is a highly reflective white and is great for a small room or a room that you want to be bright and sunny. You can learn more about understanding LRV in paint in this post.
- RGB – RGB is the amount of red, blue, and green in each color. The colors with higher red levels will have warm tones, and a higher blue will be a cooler white.
- Samplize – You can get peel and stick paint samples of these colors from Samplize.
- Curbside Pickup: Did you know you can call ahead an order at your nearest Sherwin Williams and pick it up. It saves time and makes pick up easier.
- Trim Paint Colors: When picking paint for your whole house, I recommend you pick the same trim color throughout your whole house. It is a great way to keep your home's appearance consistent and make your life easier.
Now that we have a list let's dive into each color with more detail. We'll start with the lighter greiges and work our way to the darker greiges.
Everyday White SW 6077
Everyday White is on the beige side of greige. With a LRV of 72 and color balance of R 228 G 220 B 212, it's a nice griege warm color that will complement most design styles and will look great on walls, trim, and furniture.
I think this would be a great option in your living room or great room if you get a lot of natural light and want a lighter color as it's the brightest and most light reflective.
Agreeable Gray SW 7029
You can see that Agreeable Gray is slightly warmer than Everyday White. It's the perfect choice for this teenage bedroom's wall color and ceiling from Staging with Style by Roz and blends well with the furniture and decor.
With a LRV 60 and a color balance of R 209 G 203 B 193 Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray is a warm neutral that looks gorgeous on walls, ceilings, furniture and more. You can see other examples of Agreeable Gray around the home in this neutral paint colors post.
Repose Gray SW 7015
If you're looking for a neutral color to paint your home, then Repose Gray SW 7015 by Sherwin Williams is the color for you. Here you can see this light greige in my master bathroom cabinet color and accent wall.
With an LRV of 58 and a color balance of R 204 G 201 B 192, it is leaning more towards the grey side of greige and it has a lovely warm tone. You can see why it's such a popular color, it looks great on walls and cabinetry, but it also is wonderful on furniture, exterior walls and trim.
Alpaca SW 7022
Alpaca is a lovely neutral greige. With a LRV of 57 and color balance of R 204 G 197 B 189, it's warm and not very reflective. Alpaca is a great color on walls, trim, cabinetry and furniture.
Worldly Gray SW 7043
Wordly Gray is starting to lean more into the gray tones of greige. You can see how lovely it looks on these kitchen cabinets done by Juliet Interiors.
With an LRV of 57 and color balance of R 206 G 198 B 187, Worldly Gray is a wonderful complement to most design styles and looks great on cabinetry, walls, trim, exteriors and furniture.
Anew Gray SW 7030
I love how Anew Gray looks on these kitchen cabinets as done by Derro House Designs. It's so warm and inviting.
With an LRV of 47 and color balance of R 191 G 182 B 170, the warm undertones in Anew Gray will make any of your home feel cozy and warm.
Perfect Greige SW 6073
Perfect Greige is, well, a perfect greige color! With an LRV of 42 and color balance of R 183 G 171 B 159, it's a wonderful blend of grey and beige that will look great both inside and out.
This color is leaning more on the medium dark side which contrasts nicely with white trim.
Mega Greige SW 7031
Mega Greige is slightly darker and warmer than Perfect Greige. With an LRV of 37 and color balance of R 173 G 162 B 149, it will look wonderful on walls, trim, exteriors, and cabinetry.
Functional Gray SW 7024
Jennifer with Gracious Spaces shows how lovely Functional Gray looks on this barn door. This warm gray is an easy new favorite.
With an LRV of 37 and color balance of R 171 G 163 B 154, it is a warm, neutral that works well with all design styles. Functional Gray is great for walls, doors, trim, cabinetry, furniture and exteriors.
Warm Stone SW 7032
Warm Stone is a lovely dark greige. It has the most gray color of the greige's we've talked about. Here we used it on my daughter's front door.
Recently my daughter and her husband painted the exterior of their home in Shoji White and the shutters in Iron Ore, both by Sherwin Williams. She was looking for the best option to match those colors and teh cocoa warm tones of her brick. Warm Stone was the perfect neutral paint color that matched both.
I think she made a great choice!
With an LRV of 20 and a color balance of R 136 G 123 B 108, it is the least reflective and warmest of the greige's we've featured today.
If you are looking for a beautiful brown color then check out warm stone because it is a soft brown hue.
I'd love to hear what shade you choose and where you use it in your home!