Napery Peel and Stick Paint Samples for Napery now available! Sale! Napery SW 6386 $6.00 $5.00 Quick ViewAdd to cart Need help picking a color scheme for your space? Begin a Color Consultation! or Learn how with my eBook! ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEME MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEME TRIAD COLOR SCHEME COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME Visit Napery on the official Sherwin-Williams website Back to Color Wheel Comments Katie says August 29, 2019 at 4:37 pm I have (and love) Napery in my kitchen and laundry rooms. I’d like to use a warm beige, or cream in the adjoining dining room…. but my trouble always seems to be a green tinge in colors I consider. The room has moderate-meh natural lighting with a lot of greenery outside the dining room window. What is the base color of Napery, and how can I look for accompanying shades of the same base color? Thank you:-) P.S. All trim is bright, “normal” white. Reply Laura Rugh says September 26, 2019 at 12:31 pm Hi Katie. The base color for Napery is Extra White. You can find the base color for any Sherwin-Williams color by visiting the portion of their website where you are able to order paint. There is a place for you to enter in the color you are looking for and when you do the page will update and show you the base for that color. Reply TammyJ says December 6, 2019 at 4:26 pm Hi So does that mean if you find the base is extra white, the best coordinating trim paint will also be an extra white as opposed to a creamy white? Thx! Reply Laura Rugh says December 12, 2019 at 9:47 am Hi Tammy, Great question! So, the paint base is Extra White, but the undertone is yellow. So, you can coordinate it with either a bright white trim (which pretty much goes with everything) or a white that has a slight yellow/creamy undertone. I hope that makes sense! Thanks for reaching out, Laura Reply Kymn says August 28, 2019 at 11:21 am I am helping a friend update her dated Tuscan decor on a limited budget. The living room is painted Napery. Light wood floors and trim. Do you have a color palette suggestion to update to transitional, lighter look? Reply Laura Rugh says March 20, 2020 at 6:58 pm Hi Kymn, Your question is a common one! Many of my clients are striving to achieve the same thing; updating their Tuscan colors while not changing out all of the flooring, etc. One of my go-to colors to transition from the golden Tuscan colors to a more updated look is Accessible Beige. It’s a a perfect in-between “not too golden, not too gray” color. There are a few other warm greige/beige colors that can work too. It depends on the other selections (granite, tile, etc.). Test out a few samples and keep me posted on how it’s going! Thanks so much, Laura Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Sign me up for the newsletter!