Love the paint color Morning Fog by Sherwin Williams? Here is everything that you need to know about it!
Looking for a beautiful gray color for your home? Let’s talk about Sherwin Williams’ Morning Fog color (SW6255).
Morning fog is a medium toned gray color with crisp, cool undertones. You can see as you go darker on the color strip, you get to a really nice charcoal shade. I think that Morning Fog is a great choice if you want a pure, cool gray paint color.
All images in this post are from the Sherwin Williams color visualizer tool.
What I like about Morning Fog
I love the crisp cleanness of this paint color. I also love that it is not too light. I think that a lot of people feel like they need to pick a light gray color for bright walls or deep gray for a moody feeling.
This mid-toned shade is dark enough to add pigment and interest to your space – no one will confuse it for white!
But, it is still light and bright enough to make a room feel airy.
This is a great neutral paint color and one of the best Sherwin Williams gray colors!
Be sure to check out Sherwin Williams Online – a similar color we used downstairs in our home.
Best Uses for Morning Fog
Here is how I would use Morning Fog:
- All of the walls in a large room
- A piece of modern or rustic furniture
- A wall with intricate molding
- Interior doors
- A ceiling in a white room
- Kitchen cabinets
Coordinating Colors for Morning Fog
Sherwin Williams recommends that you pair Morning Fog with creamy white colors. I also think that it can hold its weight with deep navy and charcoal.
Here are my picks for coordinating colors by Sherwin Williams:
- Sea Serpent SW7615
- Ice Cube SW6252
- Smoky Azurite SW9148
- Charcoal Blue SW2739
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Would you use Morning Fog paint color in your home?