Question – What Paint Colors Work With French Provincial Furniture ?

Question – What Paint Colors Work With French Provincial Furniture ?

 

Amy Marshall

 

Suzanne Desuyo Salvitti

 

Question : Was wondering what are popular colors now in style, about to paint a French Provincial chest of drawers and nightstand? Was thinking turquoise but didn’t know if that color was still in? Your opinions appreciated

Becky – There’s so much regional variation in what’s popular, but if I was going to do a turquoise, I would lean more toward a muted teal, sort of along the lines of Benjamin Moore’s color of the year- Aegean Teal. Country Chic has a color I want to try- Jitterbug, which is a sophisticated muted teal. Colors like Fusion’s French Eggshell sell really well for me on french provincial furniture.

Owen – The clue is in the word, French!

Becky – I see French Provincial painted in all sorts of colors successfully, but I think that French Eggshell is a such a subtle and versatile color that it sells well on lots of styles.

Pam – Depends on the style but people seem to like stripes no matter what the color is. Pantones 2021 colors are a deeper yellow (mustard) and medium gray.

Rachel – I’ve been doing this for 10 years. I paint how I feel, I use color! I don’t follow trends.

Isabel – Navy is very big now

Krystal – I hear baby blue’s. I think it’s going to be different every where. Some people are still stuck on Farmhouse style too and last year was Bohemian from articles I read

Jessica – Sold fast Can’t go wrong with White

Monica – White is definitely the quickest seller for me. But French Blue and Gray are tied for second.

Stacey – A mineral blue many shades are now great

Lisa – If you want to sell it quickly -White. I know it’s dull but it always sells.

Lana – I think Navy, Black and white

Paula – Turquoise is over here

Lisa – I’m doing lots of dark blues, white and black

Cheryl – It depends where you live. Unfortunately, where I am it’s basically grey, white, black. Every once in a while we do different colors and wait for the right person to come along.

Marcie – I’ve tried doing colors but they take me a long time to sell. Things I paint white sell right after posting them.

Amy – Lavender, teal, light blue or gray

Alexis – I will be honest, not an “in” color anymore, peaked about 5 years ago. But if you like it and it goes with your decor, who cares? And that doesn’t mean it wouldn’t sell. Other “jewel” tones are popular right now like green and blue (dark).