These Colors Are the Jewels in the Crown of Beautiful Rooms

Though beige, greige, and gray often take center stage, jewel paint colorsĀ are reasserting themselves into the public eye! If you’re looking to bring this trend home, consider one of these gorgeous paint colors.

Clover Leaf

Foyer painted in bold green
Photo: The Creativity Exchange

We love the name, Clover Leaf, almost as much as we love this vivid, emerald green. It plays particularly well with black, as in this foyer, with its black hallway table and front door.

Wild Plum

Office painted Benjamin Moore Mulberry
Photo: DecorPad

Wild Plum is a one-of-a-kind fuchsia, and it’s only for the fearless. Here, it graces bookshelves done in a high-gloss paint. Paired with the curtains and the cream-colored chair, it gives the room haute couture style

Indiana Clay

Living room painted Benjamin Moore Bryce Canyon
Photo: Traditional Home

If you’re looking for an orange that leans toward red, try Indiana Clay. This rich tone lets you bring home the warmth of the Southwest.

Million Dollar Red

Living room painted Million Dollar Red
Photo: Ruth Burts Interior Design

Million Dollar Red is one of those red paints that looks like it belongs in a 1920s Paris smoking lounge. Bring on the gin and Gauloises and you have a night you’ll never forget.


Chrome yellow dining room at Monticello
Photo: Monticello

A few years ago, Monticello repainted their dining room chrome yellow, to better match the color that was likely used when the house was built. You can get this same bright, neoclassical color with a color like PPG’s Flirtatious.

Put the jewel in the crown of any room by choosing one of these rich, saturated colors. If you’re not sure, order some free 8″ x 8″ swatches to see if a jewel paint color would look good in your space.

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