Two years ago, Bridget and I shared a post documenting every paint color in our homes. We’ve now been in our Finn Fixer Upper for a year and I figured it was time to do a new post with all of the paint colors of our current home.
My last home had a lot of gray and cool tones, whereas this house is all about warm whites.
Let’s dive into every paint color you’ll find in our Finn Fixer Upper. I finally got around to painting it in the fall and I went with the color “Blue Note” in a satin sheen. I briefly considered a dark green but figured it might look a bit too Christmassy with the red brick next to it.
All of the interior doors in our house are painted the color “Simply White”, but making this one black was the way to go. All of the trim and doors in our home are painted “Simply White” in a semi-gloss sheen. I really think it’s the perfect trim color because it isn’t too stark of a white and it has warm undertones. Our living room, master bedroom, office, hallways, and more are painted in this color and I’m happy I picked a winner. While I haven’t worked on this room very much, I am happy that I have a good jumping-off point with “Tarrytown Green” in an eggshell sheen. The walls in our office are painted “Ballet White”, but we decided to go with the color “Chimney Smoke” in a satin finish for the built-ins and I’m so happy we did.
On the bottom, we have a sage green chair rail that matches the built-ins. Unfortunately, I don’t have an exact paint color name for this because I had it color-matched to the cabinets (Kraftmaid “Bonsai”). However, if you check out this blog post I took a picture of the can so you can have them mix up this exact same hue at the hardware store!
I was opting for a taupey color with pink undertones and this was the winner (you can see the other blush contenders in this post)!