JENNA KATE AT HOME
Sea Salt can be a fantastic whole-house paint color if you’re looking to really achieve that beachy vibe, but it also works well in specific rooms such as bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms, kitchens and laundry rooms.
SW Sea Salt wouldn’t be my first choice for a living room paint color. However, that’s to say it wouldn’t be perfect for your home.
Sea Salt falls more on the cool with hints of warmth. As a cooler color, it makes a space feel spacious, and relaxing, and will work well in many rooms of your home.
Sea Salt by Sherwin Williams has mostly green and gray undertones, with a hint of blue.
Be sure to grab a reusable peel and stick sample from Samplize for the no-mess way to sample SW Sea Salt in your own home.
In this photo you can see Sea Salt looks way more blue than green, because of the lighting. This is why we refer to it as a chameleon color. Depending on the lighting, time of day, and what colors surround it, will greatly affect the color.
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