For your living room or family room, it’s great to add a neutral pastel color, like Breaktime or Alabaster from Sherwin Williams. That way you can have pieces of furniture that bring the room together.
In the kitchen, you are not limited to just the walls, you also have the cabinets. For instance, if you have a light granite or white quartz countertops you can add more statement colors. Depending on your style and taste, of course, you can either go with Peppercorn for the bottom cabinets and then do a Westhighland White on top. Or you could do a simple white and have the cabinets a beautiful Sea Salt.
Bedrooms are our place to relax and catch some Z’s, so we recommend having colors that help you do just that. A study taken by Travelodge found that those who sleep in a blue bedroom regularly woke up feeling happy but those who slept in a green bedroom had a feeling of being upbeat and positive. Colors like Hazel or Respite are great options to add to the bedroom to get that rested and happy feeling.