I don’t know about you but I think it’s time to change up the look of Sea Salt. If you Google “Colors That Go With Sea Salt” then click on IMAGES you’ll see just about every single image that looks the same – and it’s the same look over and over again much like several variations of the same color. I say let’s change it up!
On the left is Sea Salt by Sherwin Williams, a VERY popular color. Most people go to Google to see what colors go with Sea Salt and they are picking the same colors over and over and over again. Here, I have some Benjamin Moore color suggestions that will give Sea Salt a little bit of an update.
You may not like the color suggestions that I have here and honestly, I probably wouldn’t put them in my house either but they sure would capture my attention.
How refreshing would it be to see color combinations that we haven’t seen before? I’m talking about yellows, teals, purples and corals. How fun right? Happy would be the day where I see people stepping outside of their coloring box to see that there are more options than just gray or blue. Yes, those are safe color but your home would be so lively with different color schemes in it I know because trust me when I tell you I have a different array in my home and it’s pretty darn awesome.
Ok, these are just suggestions but what color or colors would you feel comfortable with?
Actually I find nothing when I search for what colors go with sea salt. My main living and kitchen are sea salt going for a calm look. I wanted a blue of some sort for the office. I am stumped
There are a lot of colors that go with Sea Salt when you Google that but the problem is, they all look like mush, the same stuff. Try yellow or a salmon color like I have here for something really different! Be daring 🙂
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Hi I am redoing my kitchen. My kitchen is east facing and I have a yellow dining room that will open up to it. The counters are called typhoon Bordeaux, and the cabinets will be ivory. I am looking for a color that shows nicely the floors are beige gray and cream tile wood look. Do you think Sea Salt could work? I am going for a farm house vibe and will have a copper sink.
Sea Salt goes with so much! Give it a sample; it might work for you!