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Sherwin Williams’ 2013 Color of the Year

Categories: Fashion + Trends

It’s…Aloe! Specifically, Aloe Sherwin Williams 6464. Not surprising, the 2013 color of the year plays with a popular color as of late, mint, but adds some softness to it and a little gray. What results is a subtle color that also packs a punch of personality.

“This is no ordinary pastel – Aloe is funky and glamorous, demure and free-spirited. While Aloe’s vibe can verge on retro, when paired with caviar blacks, crisp whites or soft grays, suddenly Aloe has a new soul and attitude. And Aloe is highly adaptable, making it a perfect pick for everyday spaces such as a breezy sunroom or a well-dressed living room,” says Jackie Jordan, Sherwin–Williams director of color marketing.

Jordan recommends “coupling Aloe with natural textiles, aged metals or warm wood tones in light to medium finishes. For a more energetic look, Jordan suggests combining Aloe with vintage chartreuse, floral lilacs and vivid corals.” Find more information on Sherwin Williams’ Pinterest page.

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  3. I love the color (sw6464)and I want to paint my patio that color, I live in Guadalajara, Jal. México, and to get that color I have to print it and take it to my near store, Comex,
    the problem I have is that from one picture to another the color changes, in one it has more mint color in it, and in another picture the color is ,quite darker. the people at the store has to mix diferent color to get the one I want, and they are not very good at it. What can I do? Thank you

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