Want to transform your home into a beautiful farmhouse with loads of fixer-upper style? These 5 farmhouse paint colors for home interiors are a wonderful, and low-cost, way to do so!
Happy Friday! I am so excited to share with you our 5 favorite farmhouse paint colors, including our favorite stain! These are the colors you’ll typically see throughout our home, which is why they’re on our favorites list. 😉
I also put together a fun little quick-reference guide for you in regards to which paint sheen to buy when you’re getting paint for your home (did you even know you’re supposed to buy a shinier paint for rooms with more moisture??) so be sure to click here or the link below to get your copy!
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FARMHOUSE PAINT COLORS
FOR HOME INTERIORS
1. Aged Beige (by Behr)
Aged Beige is my favorite mix between grey and beige (aka “greige”) and looks fabulous in any setting. We painted the majority of our last house in this color and have it throughout our entire main living space at our current home. My favorite part about this farmhouse paint color is its ability to add depth without feeling heavy. It’s the perfect, soft touch of color.
2. Bayberry Frost (by Behr)
Bayberry Frost is the color we chose for the shiplap in our guest bathroom. Every time I post a picture of that bathroom on Instagram I get tons of questions about the wall color, and I’ll be the first to admit it’s fabulous! It’s the perfect farmhouse paint color and would also be beautiful in a bedroom or kitchen.
3. Natural Linen (by Glidden)
I first saw this color in a nursery on Pinterest and have since painted both my son’s and my room in it. It’s got more of a brown undertone than the Aged Beige and looks great with greens. Also, you can still buy this color in the Behr paint, you just have to ask for a color match.
4. Iron Ore (by Sherwin-Williams)
I’ve seen other designers use this color a lot, so we gave it a shot in our master bathroom makeover last October. We used it on the door and window, and I LOVE IT. It’s definitely not black, more of a very dark, charcoal grey. It gives the illusion of black without being harsh. And now I’m a huge fan of black windows and doors with white trim!
5. Early American (by Minwax)
This is our go-to stain color throughout our home. We’ve used in on just about every wood item you’ll find – our mantel, hutch, guest bathroom vanity top and shelves, master bathroom shelves, and more. I like that it is a warm colored stain with a slightly grey undertone. Goes great with just about all neutral colors, which is perfect for the farmhouse style.
There they are, our 5 favorite farmhouse paint colors and stain!
If you’re like me, and prefer lists, here you go:
5 Best Farmhouse Paint Colors
- Aged Beige by Behr
- Bayberry Frost by Behr
- Natural Linen by Glidden
- Iron Ore by Sherwin Williams
- Early American by Minwax
As far as the type of paint we get, we typically buy the Behr Premium Plus Ultra paint from Home Depot and have been super happy with it. Don’t forget to click below for my Paint Sheen Quick-Reference Guide! It’ll be a huge help when deciding what sheen to buy when you’re getting ready to paint.
I would love to see if you decide to use any of these colors in your home! Let me know your favorite farmhouse paint colors in the comments? 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend, friends!
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