9 Design Bloggers Share Popular Wall Colors

Are you tired of being confined by boring white walls? Looking for an easy way to liven up your living space? Not sure where to start? We talked to nine designers who gave us insight on their favorite wall color.

Avoid the stress of riffling through hundreds of paint swatches. Stop the madness of painting and re-painting until you find the right color. From warm grays to green hues, these paints are guaranteed to open up the room and give you a new canvas to work with. Set yourself up for success and pick a color experts love. After being inspired by these designer’s picks you can take charge and design a wall in your house. Add some personalized home decor pieces to make your place really feel like home sweet home.

Regent Green

Regent green paint swatch

My favorite wall color of the moment is Regent Green by Benjamin Moore. It’s a super dark green-grey that looks pure, striking, and invigorating. – Kathy from The Kuotes Blog

Bistro White

White wall color

This bathroom makeover was when I fell in love with the color, Bistro White by Valspar. I not only love the name, it sounds so chic, but the white is the perfect white, not too blue-white or is it too yellow or warm. It is the perfect white when you are not sure what white to use in a room. It looks great on walls and trim. – Diane from In My Own Style

Rice Grain

Off white wall color

One of my favorite colors is Sherwin-Williams Rice Grain. It’s a great neutral and really opened up the space in my farmhouse kitchen. The tones in the paint color really makes the molding pop. – Karianne from Thistlewood Farm

Revere Pewter

Pewter wall color

I chose Revere Pewter for the living room and the adjoined dining room because it really brightened up the space and is an easy neutral color to work with when decorating. When guests enter our home usually the first comment is about the color. It works so well with our white wainscoting and compliments the original wood floors. It makes the room feel super homey and warm! – Sara from Sara Magnolia

Desert Twilight

Light brown wall decor

My favorite color right now is definitely Desert Twilight by Ben Moore! This rich, taupey gray is such a cozy color with such a warm, inviting personality! – Laurel from The Hive

Baba Ghanoush

Beige wall color

Lately, I’m loving a color named “Baba Ghanoush” from C2 Paint for interior walls. It is a warm neutral and a great backdrop for art and other color pops. It reads like a warm sand hue without heavy yellow undertones. C2 Paints are “full-spectrum”- very complex and luminous. – Jean from The Painted Room

Gentleman’s Gray

Dark blue wall paint

My favorite color is Benjamin Moore’s Gentleman’s Gray. It really makes me feel bold but in a comfortable way. I love that it is a bit on the masculine side but each time we use it we make sure to incorporate more feminine accents like gold hardware and a pink rug to balance the strength of the color. It’s perfect for spaces that my husband and I share because it works so well for both of our design tastes and personalities. – Liz from All We Are

Gray Cashmere

Light grey paint color

My favorite wall color is Gray Cashmere by Benjamin Moore. With a blue undertone, it provides color but is still neutral. You can use many different accent colors with it….blue, yellow, green, orange….really any color looks great with it! – Rachel from Rachel Dunham Designs


Light blue paint color

I love Waterfall because it is both invigorating and calming, much like the ocean. It’s a pretty saturated hue, so I love to use it as an accent or balance it out with plenty of white. – Erin from House of Turquoise

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Next time you’re thinking of upgrading a blank wall, try one of these creative colors above. You can either go for a full room redesign or a striking accent wall to pull your space together. Whether you pick a subtle off-white or a vibrant yellow, a wall isn’t complete without some equally unique wall art. If you’re looking for more blogger inspiration, check out these top home decor bloggers.