This month, the paint brand is highlighting Coral Clay, SW 9005 (114-C4) as an emerging trend. Depending on your styling, the warm, neutral-toned red could work well as more of a summery salmon pink or beachy coral. It could just as easily bring out natural clay pot shades in your outdoor landscaping design.
Sherwin-Williams describes this color’s effect as “a versatile hue that can lean energetic or muted, effervescent or ethereal.” What does that mean, you ask? Play it up as a standout star shade in your space, or use it as a neutral to kick up your warm color palettes another notch.
So which specific complementary colors does the brand recommend with the magical Coral Clay?
“Combine it with Sealskin SW 7675 (277-C7), Snowbound SW 7004 (256-C2), Ripe Olive SW 6209 (217-C7) or Kingdom Gold SW 6698 (137-C5) for a contemporary yet individualistic look,” Sherwin-Williams shared about the shade.
Want to see even more helpful color trend reporting for the year from Sherwin-Williams? Check out the brand’s full Colormix Forecast for 2020 here.
To see more from the Sherwin-Williams June 2020 Color of the Month, Coral Clay, be sure check out the brand’s latest video below. You’ll see the versatile shade at work in many different applications throughout the home!