Chip and Joanna gaines farmhouse paint colors used on Fixer Upper are some of my favorites.
The paint colors she chooses are always neutral but not boring, perfectly complimenting the decor in the room.
I tried to match paint Joanna Gaines uses to sherwin williams and a couple of other popular brands. I tried to find magnolia home paint colors matched to sherwin williams, Benjamin moore and a couple of other brands.
Farmhouse White Paints – Contrasting Shades of White
Finding the right shade of white is harder than you might think. Different whites have different tints with the amount of natural light the room gets. I personally don’t like to use white paint even when want what looks like white walls. I usually try either a warm or cool gray so the end results doesn’t look so stark.
Perfect Shade of Modern Farmhouse Gray Paint
I love this modern light shade of warm gray she uses in the bedroom. It looks great with the gold accents and rustic materials.
Contrasting Neutrals – fixer upper kitchen paint colors most frequently used
White is almost neccesity for the kitchen. It creates a nice clean feel the the room that you want to feel most clean. The cabinets and other fixtures in the kitchen usually balances the white white out so it doesn’t feel too stark. I love these open rustic shelves she uses here with a white neutral background.
Pop of Teal – A Favorite for Fixer Upper Kitchen Paint Colors. Fixer upper paint colors for season 5 are some of my favorites.
By this point, Joanna really honed in her on her signature style and started using some really gorgeous elegant color combinations. I love this teal partial paint idea in combination with gold accents. The unique paint color combination really elevates her interior designs.
Gray Accent Cabinets – Magnolia Home essential for the living room
Gray walls are all the rage these days but I find the darker shades of gray to really make the room a little dreary. Of course, Joanna is genius so use such a popular color in the right amount. On cabinets, it looks perfectly stylish without overwhelming the room. I love this combination of the gray cabinets with wood paneling.
Blue as a Neutral – Best Farmhouse Style Paint Color
I love using color as a neutral base and this shade of blue is perfect for the job. It totally brightens up the room while adding a cozy inviting feel to common family spaces. Its also not too much color to use everywhere, the lighter shade makes it not to monotonous to use all over.
Black Matte Accent Wall – A Magnolia shiplap Paint Color Match
Who would have ever thought to do a black accent wall. Well, I guess that is the genius of Joanna’s designs. She truly has elevated modern farmhouse style to another level. I love this sleek contemporary color used on a classic rustic material like shiplap. Most people would never think to paint any walls completely black, given it would darken the room significantly but somehow, the texture of the shiplap makes it quite welcoming. I love the contrast with the rest of the room and her use of a natural color palette and materials.
Seafoam Bathroom – Perfect shade of Blue Green Paint
I love the revival of this shade for paint with the popularity of the show Fixer Upper. It used to such a popular color a couple of decades ago I always associate it with the 90s. But somehow, when paired with the right materials, the color looks modern again on walls. I think it is the combination of natural unfinished woods, dark fixture accents and contemporary lines that really pulls this look together.
Not so Blue – Very Popular Paint Color for Family Rooms and Dens
Closely related to seafoam is blue. Light blues have made a come back as well. It really brings a country airy feel to a room. Finding the right shade of blue is hard. I personally like the warmer blues. Joanna uses the perfect shade in this cute family room on the show.
Gray and Wood Contrast – I love the modern farmhouse color scheme
If there was ever a Fixer Upper signature color combination, this would be it. I love the mix of old and new, rustic and modern, textures and materials. Joanna Gaines also loves to paint here cabinets an actual color. I’ve always just done white but then again, I’m not nearly as creative with my design.
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