Farmhouse paint colors range from neutrals, whites, greige, gray, and other and bold colors woven between. If you’re looking for a warm, comfortable and inviting, feel with lots of character and charm, the modern farmhouse style will suit you well. It’s important to keep in mind that farmhouses should look like they’ve evolved over time. If you want a true farmhouse feel, make sure to incorporate different colors, patterns, and textures. A uniform look with all matching pieces will not give you that true farmhouse feel. Check out all of the farmhouse paint colors I’ve listed below, and hopefully it’ll lead you to the color you’ve been searching for!
Most Popular Modern Farmhouse Paint Colors
Colors that pair well with Iron Ore
Sherwin Williams Morning Fog
SW6255 / LRV: 42
Colors that pair well with Morning Fog
Benjamin Moore Rainy Afternoon
1575 / LRV: 13
Colors that pair well with Rainy Afternoon
Benjamin Moore Van Courtland Blue
HC-145 / LRV: 30
Colors that pair well with Van Courtland Blue
Have you heard about Samplize?
If you’re trying to pick paint colors, you’ll most likely want to sample the color first. Samplize offers peel and stick samples. These samples are easy, MESS-FREE, and affordable.
A few reasons that I love Samplize:
- You can order online, and samples are delivered right to your doorstep! No need to venture out to the paint store during a pandemic!
- The samples are much more cost-effective. You won’t have to purchase a paint sample, poster boards, AND brushes, that people typically use, for paint samples. You’ll save yourself time/energy and money!
- If you want to try samples in different rooms, don’t peel and stick the sample. That way you can hold it up and move it around.
Sherwin Williams Gale Force
SW 7605 / LRV: 6
Colors that pair well with Gale Force
Sherwin Williams Pure White
SW 7005 / LRV: 84
Colors that pair well with Pure White
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter
HC-172 / LRV: 55
Revere Pewter pairs well with:
Essential Painting Supply List
Farmhouse Decor Style Ideas
People are drawn to shiplap as a way to add informal texture and dimensions to a room or an area. Shiplap can be painted (especially with any of the farmhouse paint colors listed above), weathered, or placed vertically or horizontally depending on what style you prefer.
Exposed Wood Beams
Exposed wood beams bring a unique visual element to open spaces. It adds rustic flair that can be incorporated with any style, but especially modern farmhouses.
Reclaimed Barn Wood
What better way to incorporate historical significance to your home than by adding Reclaimed Barnwood. There are many, many different types of Barnwood. You’ll be able to incorporate with any style.
Apron Kitchen Sink
These types of sinks are also referred to as farmhouse sinks. Apron sinks have an exposed front-facing side, making them visually appealing while also providing a large deep basin for practicality purposes.
Antiques and Vintage Decor Pieces
Nothing provides the farmhouse feel like rustic, vintage, and antique pieces. The best part is that it’s okay if not everything goes together. That’s the purpose of vintage pieces!
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