See designs collected to match Sherwin-Williams palette, Wanderer, which features calming shades of brown

Brown is an easy color to transition to when you’re growing tired of white and ready for more color. The curated palette from Sherwin-Williams, Wanderer, shows how multiple shades of brown can play easily into a modern or traditional design. We’ve gathered 10 designs to show how calming shades of brown can make you feel right at home.

 

Designs in Calming Shades of Brown

The Grand Hotel, Stockholm

 

 

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Design by Summer Thorton, Lincoln Park Remodel; Photo Credits: Nick Johnson, Brittany Ambridge, Josh Thornton

 

 

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Design by William. T. Baker

 

 

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Abbott Street; design by Ashley Delapp; photo by Erica Mark

 

 

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Products

I explored these shades of brown using the Vishion app. After seeing the initial results I noticed that many of the products have more of a masculine vibe. I selected a more feminine piece of art to show how flexible these hues can be.

 

Massoud Chair, Horchow

Lido Handwoven Rug, Arhaus

Elsi Counter Stool, from Lulu & Georgia


Whitewash Wood Draped Bead Wall Sconce by World Market

 

Lilies and Roses painting, Zatista
Contour Chair, Design within Reach

Exploring shades of brown with Vishion

You can take any color in this palette and explore matching colors with Vishion. Sherwin-Williams and Vishion have partnered so you can take their exact paint colors to find a complementary palette. Next, find products, paints or fabrics by a specific color.

 

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