Do you ever sit down with a cup of cream-enhanced coffee or a hot latte and find peace in the full flavor of the drink? What about the warm feeling you have when you enjoy the first sip? Or what about the visual appeal of the creamy substance or frothy topping? Well, if you find great joy in your “cup of joe,” then you may want to recreate that feeling right within your own home.
Perhaps you may choose to paint a bathroom that resembles the frothy color of a new latte, or maybe a bedroom, den, foyer, laundry room, or porch? Whichever room you decide to paint a color that resembles your favorite drink, then finding the right shade of paint is an important job for you. Below, you will find some ideas that might inspire your quest for the perfect latte shade of paint.
–Latte by Sherwin Williams: Latte is a warm, cozy shade of paint. It has medium-shade undertones of brown. Latte is on the same color palette as Sherwin Williams’ Kilim Beige, which is a very popular color for the company. Latte is a little darker than Kilim Beige and offers a definite warmth for almost any room in a home.
–Caramel Latte by Benjamin Moore: Caramel Latte is a warm shade of paint that provides orange undertones. This is the perfect choice for anyone who wants to add spice and a little boldness to a room in their home.
–Kabuki Clay by Valspar: This light shade of latte-inspired paint color provides a paint that has a creamy shade with undertones of yellow. Kabuki Clay is similar to a milky coffee drink that has more cream than coffee.
–Almond Latte by Behr: This light shade of brown paint is a beautiful neutral color that adds warmth and character to almost any space. It is an attractive, clean color that complements white, gray, brown, black, and many other paint colors, too.
Latte-inspired paint colors are available in a wide array of shades and hues. Through a little bit of research, you will be able to find a paint color that reminds you of the glorious times you have enjoyed your favorite drink and savored the beauty within the cup.