Latest Spring Painting Trends in Charlotte, North Carolina
Bring color to your home with our interior and exterior spring paint trends in Charlotte, NC
As the temperatures start to rise, it's the perfect time to give your home in Charlotte, NC a cheerful makeover with a fresh coat of paint! Whether you're looking to brighten up the interior or exterior of your home, there are plenty of exciting paint trends to choose from this spring. Get ready to be inspired and add some color to your life!
Interior Paint Trends
One of the most popular interior paint trends in Charlotte is to go with a light and airy color palette. Soft pastels, such as light blues (Sherwin-Williams Aleutian, SW 6241), pinks (Sherwin-Williams Roycroft Adobe, SW 0040), and yellows (Sherwin-Williams Sunny Veranda, SW 9017) can give your home a bright and cheerful feel. If you’re looking for something a bit bolder, consider adding an accent wall in a bright color such as green (Sherwin-Williams Oakmoss, SW 6180), red (Sherwin-Williams Stop, SW 6869) or orange (Sherwin-Williams Obstinate Orange, SW 6884). Natalie Papier (@home_ec_op), a local Charlotte Designer, has endless examples of adding pops of color on their Instagram page here.
Airy and welcoming
Parker and Renee in Southend had Craftwork paint their kitchen accent wall in Sherwin-Williams Oakmoss (SW 6180). The green color feels fresh and inviting, the perfect combination for hosting guests.
Minimal and tranquil
Craftwork painted Gretchen’s second bedroom in Plaza Midwood Sherwin-Williams Tradewind (SW 6218), which gives a calming effect to this office. The lighter shade makes the room feel larger and we love the way the sun reflects off of the walls.
Sam and Steve in Oakhurst chose a two-toned wall for their entryway, also painted by Craftwork. We think the Sherwin-Williams Pinky Beige (SW 0079) and Sherwin-Williams Redend Point (SW 9081) make the room feel lively and fashionable.
Exterior Paint Trends
Many homes in Charlotte use a neutral color palette for their exterior paint scheme. This can help to create a timeless look that won’t go out of style. Popular colors for exterior painting include shades of gray, beige, and white. If you’re looking to add a bit of color, consider adding a pop of color with a bright door (like this brick home with an orange accent door in Eastover) or shutters.
Timeless neutral with an accent color
We’ve seen similar doors in the Elizabeth neighborhood of Charlotte and love how @mitchellhousecreative used Sherwin-Williams Hunt Club (SW 6468) to refresh this front door. Kim Seff & Tyler Mitchell, the founders of @mitchellhousecreative said it best, “a fresh set of colors on the house, door and fixtures turned the porch from dingy to delightful.”
Stark and modern
This beautiful home reminds us of homes in the Dilworth neighborhood of Charlotte. @legacylakehomes used Sherwin-Williams Snowbound as the primary exterior color (SW 7004), and they used Retreat (SW 6207) as an accent.
Painting brick is a way to change the color of your home without needing to undergo an extreme homemaker. @paintorridesthelightning used Sherwin-Williams Outerspace (SW 6251) which makes the house stand out and is complimented by the white trim. Painted brick homes can be found around Sedgefield, the West Side, and similar neighborhoods in Charlotte.
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It's time to get creative and spruce up your home with some of the latest paint trends in Charlotte! From bold colors to neutral hues, there's something for everyone. Get ready to make a statement with your spring painting project!
No matter what color palette you choose, it’s important to make sure you use high-quality paint and supplies. This will help ensure that your paint job lasts for years to come. If you’re not sure where to start, consider reaching out to our team at Craftwork to help you get the job done right.
This article includes links and images from Craftwork, Natalie Papier, Charlotte Magazine, @mitchellhousecreative (Instagram), @legacylakehomes (Instagram), Southendclt.org, and @paintorridesthelightning (Instagram).