I was thinking of drizzle by Sherwin Williams and bought a sample, painted it on a small portion of wall and it's just too much I think. Could I use something with a grayish tone...because everything in my house seems to be a warmer/brownish palette. Love your website and wish I lived nearby! Thanks for your assistance!! Nichole
Hi Nicole! I agree that a grayed down tone would be a good choice, especially with the warm wood tone on the floor and your lighter toned kitchen.
Sherwin Williams has a lot of beautiful grays:
via Sherwin Williams MINDFUL GRAY
via Sherwin Williams AGREEABLE GRAYAgreeable Gray looks very different in these two photos (above and below). Room size, available light, etc. are big factors in how a color will look in your room, so make sure you test it first.
via Sherwin Williams AGREEABLE GRAY
via Sherwin Williams A NEW GRAY
via Sherwin Williams GRAY AREA (good choice for an accent wall)
via Bedroom: Sherwin Williams LIGHT FRENCH GRAY Hall: Sherwin Williams LINK GRAY
via Sherwin Williams MODERN GRAY
via Sherwin Williams STEELY GRAY If you still want to stay in the green tone area, here are grays with a green undertone.
via Sherwin Williams GATEWAY GRAY
via Sherwin Williams SVELTE SAGE Pick up a couple of tester pots on these and try them on your walls and next to your furniture and woods (on a foam core board) as computer image colors are not reliable and light and room size effect color. GOOD LUCK!