If you were to ask 100 people what the color “purple” means to them, you may be surprised by the variety of answers that you will receive. Purple evokes many different feelings for different people. Some people see it as a color of wealth and luxury, while others think of purple as a calming and relaxing force.
Like any other color, there is a wide range of hues and shades of the color purple; from light and airy pastels to bold and brazen dark plum. If you have been thinking about using purple paint for your next paint project, then you will have plenty of paint colors from which to choose.
Let’s begin talking about light and soft pastel colors of purple. A couple of paint colors that you may want to consider include; Pixie Wing by the Behr company or White Lilac by Sherwin-Williams. Both of these colors offer just a hint of purple, almost a slight whisper of purple, and will add character to a room without seeming overwhelmingly purple.
If you would like to move into a little deeper shade of purple, then perhaps Rhapsody Lilac by Sherwin Williams or Amethyst Cream by Benjamin Moore may be good choices for you. Both of these paint colors add a luxurious amount of purple that exuberates a beautiful purple color that is fun, playful, and vibrant.
If you are interested in a deeper shade of purple, or almost a dark plum color, then you may want to take a look at Plum Royale by Benjamin Moore or Proper Plum by Behr. These deep, rich purple colors add a sense of mystery to a room and would be perfect for a room where you want to make a bold statement, such as in a dining room, a hallway bathroom, or in a home library.
As you begin your search for the perfect purple paint for your next paint project, you will find that the options are immense and exciting. Choosing the right shade of purple for your paint project should be a fun and rewarding undertaking.