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Today, I’m introducing you to a color you may not have heard of but definitely need to check out: Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray. When you’re looking to make a major but relatively easy change to your decor, I always recommend starting with paint. Before you know it, your brain is spinning out of control and you’ve made zero progress on moving forward with a refresh.

When I see Comfort Gray in action, I immediately have an “ahhhhhh” moment of feeling calmness wash over me. Comfort Gray Pantry Door as seen in my Fall Home Tour 2020 When you look at Comfort Gray, you may immediately think of Sherwin Williams Sea Salt (another fav of mine!

In fact, Comfort Gray is essentially a slightly darker version of Sea Salt. It completely reminds me of that gray-green sea glass that you can find on beaches around the world.

It’s that perfect ever-changing color that adds variety for those who crave it while still providing a neutral backdrop for your decor.

More specifically, if you are looking for individual colors to pair with Comfort Gray, check out:

If you have a particular color you want, check it out next to SW Comfort Gray in the room you want to paint and see for yourself. I’ve collected several examples of Comfort Gray in different rooms of the house and in different types of lighting so you can see how it behaves.

If you love the bright, relaxed coastal look, Comfort Gray is your go-to color like this kitchen from Sand and Sisal. You don’t need to live at the beach to love (or have) that fun coastal vibe in your own home!

Honey We’re Home used Comfort Gray, and thanks to the lighting, it reads more blue than green here. It takes one seriously versatile color to work with gold, brown, white, black, and rose all at the same time!

Comfort Gray transforms a space from ok to peacefully serene in a way that few other colors can. Look how calming and beautiful this master bedroom by Carolina Design Associates, Inc is.

Bonus: the room isn’t too bright even with all the natural light it receives from its many windows. Neutral doesn’t mean boring, as this example from Bardi Designs shows. Sand and Sisal did a terrific job pairing warm sand-like colors with the Comfort Gray walls in this living room.

Here’s another beautiful bathroom example from Allard & Roberts Interior Design, Inc.

Comfort Gray is subtle, elegant, and hard-working with this entry/stairway area by Dibros Design and Construction. It does a stand-up job of complementing the browns, blacks, pewters, creams, and whites.

Undoubtedly, Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray looks amazing in almost any room.

Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray
Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray
Comfort Gray Pantry Door
Comfort Gray Pantry Door
Brass Door Knob in Kitchen
Brass Door Knob in Kitchen
Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray painted door
Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray painted door

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