6 Paint Colors to Give Your Westchester Home a Spring Refresh

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Three local color maestros share their springtime picks perfect for a fresh coat of paint in your Westchester home.

Faded terracotta
Faded terracotta
Setting Plaster
Setting plaster
tan paint
Natural choice

“I’m loving pale-salmon and orangey-pink colors now. Two on my list are Faded Terracotta — a new “California” color from Kelly Wearstler — and Setting Plaster, both from Farrow & Ball. I recommend Setting Plaster on kitchen cabinets, believe it or not, paired with deep-raspberry colors, which have made a comeback for 2023, and slightly warm neutrals. Favorite neutrals are Benjamin Moore OC-19 Seapearl and Sherwin-Williams Natural Choice.”
—Debra Kling, Debra Kling Colour Consultant

Benjamin Moore Decorators White is my go-to for creating a fresh and light-filled space. The simplicity of white makes a room feel clean and allows the other elements in the room to take center stage.”
—Shannon Murray, Shannon Murray Interiors

blue paint color
Misty

Misty by Sherwin-Williams is a great color choice for cabinetry in kitchens and baths. It ranges from an airy, calming whitish hue in sunny areas, to a smoky blue in the shadows. We’ve used it on both modern and traditional cabinetry. Satin-brass and nickel finishes work equally well and give each space a unique look.”
—Jennifer Howard, JWH Design & Cabinetry

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