SPRING COLOR TRENDS 2019 – How to Choose Color with Confidence

Kim Lewis is an expert when it comes to COLOR! In this episode, she shares her process for picking paint colors with confidence. What to do…what not to do! On this First Official Day of Spring, she shows us 6 trending colors for Spring 2019.

Colors shown are from Sherwin Williams:

Terra Cotta – “Earthen Jug” SW 7703
Dusty Blush – “Pink Shadow” SW 0070
Green – “Jadite” SW 6459
Electric Blue – “Frank Blue” SW 6967
“Persimmon” SW 6339
Light Lavender – “Inspired Lilac” SW 6820

NOTE: Photos shown of spaces using tones of these colors are NOT exact color matches. They are references to show the overall vibe.

Design Credit below:

PINK SHADOW Photo Reference:
Source: Nordic Design

Meet Danish Accessory Designer Yvonne Koné

Actual Color: Pink Ground, Farrow & Ball.

JADITE Photo Reference
(Actually shown “Parsley Snips” from Benjamin Moore)

ELECTRIC BLUE photo Reference:
Blue Range Shown from https://www.bluestarcooking.com/

Kitchen with Blue Range shown is home of Chef Aliyyah Baylor
Floor plan designed by Rebekah Zaveloff
Local designer Leslie Solan
*Not exact blue match

Electric Blue Wall Link:

Terra Cotta color:
Morocco pictures, travel-inspired
Riad Jardin
bring the outdoors in!
Photos represent the terra cotta tone, not the exact paint color

PERSIMMON Photo Reference:
Colour used is Haymes “Creole”
Photo by @gemmola
Styling by @ruthwelsby

Source: Inspired by Charm

A Fresh Look for the Basement Stairwell

Art Illustration Shown:
From Austin, TX



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4 comments for “SPRING COLOR TRENDS 2019 – How to Choose Color with Confidence

  1. June 24, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    I love this episode! I've never picked a paint color without going outside since learning this from you!!!

  2. June 24, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    Maybe prime the drywall first, you can't see the red on the lilac as you say. Blue is always my favorite. Great video 👍

  3. June 24, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    The color temperature of the sun can change with the time of day and cloud cover.
    Lights with a CRI of 90 or greater and a color temperature around 5000k will closely resemble sunlight on a clear day around noon.
    Incandescent and halogen lights have a CRI of 100 but a color temperature is around 2700 kelvin.
    Fluorescent and LED lights seldom list their CRI because they're less than 80. It's best to avoid those for house lighting.
    I use T8 Fluorescent bulbs with a CRI of 92 and a color temp of 5000k for photographing products.

    12:40 set your white balance to manual and your marble wont change colors shot to shot.

  4. June 24, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    I am enjoying your series!! I way over think paint and often end up too neutral. Here's to lots of color this year!

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