Learn how you can use Vishion to find matching wallpaper and Sherwin-Williams paint in your home design.

Wallpaper can make any space look unique and exciting. With Vishion, users can pull the colors from the wallpaper their considering to find matching paint for walls or items in the room. If your space is already painted, you can use your favorite paint to find a wallpaper to add texture to your design.

Here are 13 examples of standout wallpaper with matching Sherwin-Williams paint.

Floral & Palms Wallpaper

Artemis Wallpaper from Anthropologie; Sherwin-Williams paint Relic Bronze SW 6132, Rose Embroidery SW 6297, Refuge SW 6228, Anchors Aweigh SW 9179

Reflective Camellias wallpaper from Flavorpaper; Sherwin-Williams paint Pressed Flower SW 6304, Stolen Kiss SW 7586, Unique Gray SW 6260

Fiji Gardens wallpaper from Anthropologie; Sherwin-Williams paint Hopeful SW 6597, Thermal Spring SW 6761, Mauve Finery SW 6282

Serene & Lily’s  Granada Wallpaper; Sherwin-Williams paint Softer Tan SW 6141

Serena & Lily Palm Wallpaper; Sherwin-Williams paint Snowfall SW 6000

Pluma Wallpaper from Anthropologie; Sherwin-Williams paint Resounding Rose SW 6318, Antique White SW 6119, Cajun Red SW 0008

Unique Wallpaper

Chinese Leopard Toile – Aqua/Berry from Brunschwig & Fils; Sherwin-Williams paint Bagel SW 6114, Bunglehouse SW 0048, Heartfelt SW 6586

Snow Pine Wallpaper from Mitchell Black, Sherwin-Williams paint Distance SW 6243, In the Navy SW 9178, Opaline SW 6189

Acquario – Ink Wallcoverings from Lee Jofa; Sherwin-Williams paint Lagoon SW 6480, Powder Blue SW 2863, Manitou Blue Sw 6501, Storm Cloud SW 6249

Ali from Flavor Paper; Sherwin-Williams paint Patchwork Plum SW 0022, Rejuvenate SW 6620

Simple Patterns

Just Too Graphic wallpaper from Mitchell Black; Sherwin-Williams paint Commodore SW 6524

Salvy wallcovering from Brunschwig & Fils; Sherwin-Williams paint Shell White SW 8917, Lei Flower SW 6613, Peppery SW 6615

Kumo wallpaper from Anthropologie; paint Folkstone SW 6005


Creative ways to use matching wallpaper and paint

There are more ways to use wallpaper then just plastering the whole room. Consider the ceiling of a room or an accent wall. If you’re feeling crafty, you can also refurbish a bookcase or nightstand. Wallpaper and paint give you the opportunity to create an extremely personal and unique space. Here are four cool ways to use color in your space.

Refurbished Furniture
A bookcase renovation from Spoonflower Blog
Wallpaper with Wainscoting
Wallpaper matching wainscoting from Colbat + Gold blog
Accent Wall
Accent wall from Sunset blog
Cabinets and Wallpaper
Wallpaper on the ceiling and matching cabinets from Fine Furnished blog

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