Sherwin Williams Paint Colors for Those Into Goth Colors
Looking to spice up your home in time to host some snazzy holiday parties? Let this goth color palette from Sherwin-Williams inspire you to make some bold, home decor choices.
Dark colors work famously well in large spaces that let in a lot of light because they help create balance. While some people are ready to decorate their living room in all black, others may want to start by simply using a goth color for an accent wall or for trim that can add a bit of flare to neutral colors. Let's take a look at which Sherwin-Williams paint colors inspire this trend the most.
Mauve Living Room
A spacious living room with high ceilings is the perfect setting for moody paint colors. Paired with an ornate chandelier and a lighter color ceiling and fireplace, the colors really help this living room stand out.
Colors used: Enigma and Tricorn Black
A bold statement for sure, using dark-black paint on trim and cabinets makes this kitchen look exceptionally goth.
Colors used: Tricorn Black and Enigma
A high ceiling and neutral-colored furniture is a great canvas to really go wild with paint colors on the wall. A deep cranberry is a sultry, romantic color for a bedroom.
Colors used: Cranberry and Enigma
Deep, dark colors can also make a large bathroom feel cozy and comforting.
Colors used: Deepest Mauve and Black Swan
Touch of Goth
Using a goth color palette doesn't need to be extreme. In fact, a soft black can be added to the exterior trim of a home to add the perfect touch.
Color used: Black Swan
Sultry Living Room
A living room with tall windows that let a lot of light in is a great atmosphere to add a splash of goth colors on the walls, the light coming in compliments the dark colors well.
Colors used: Domino and Enigma
Black walls are always a bold choice and look great in spaces with high or vaulted ceilings.
Colors used: Tricorn Black and Deepest Mauve
Dark purple walls with black trim paired with muted greens and golds create a well-balanced bedroom. Meanwhile, a lighter-colored office in the back adds nice symmetry to the darker colors.
Colors used: Cranberry, Enigma and Black Swan
A splash of black as an accent wall with matching trim is a subtle way to introduce a dark color into a spacious bathroom.
Colors used: Tricorn Black
Dark colors on home exteriors are making a comeback!
Colors used: Black Swan and Deepest Mauve