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Top 24 Trendy Sherwin-Williams Exterior Paint Colors For 2024

January 5th, 2024 | 10 min. read

Top 24 Trendy Sherwin-Williams Exterior Paint Colors For 2024

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New Year, New Home…that’s how the cliche phrase goes. Right? 

In the spirit of New Year’s resolutions, making changes for the better, and refreshing our lives, there’s no better time to take a look at your home and give it the makeover it deserves. 

What better makeover to take on in 2024 than to completely transform your exterior with a new paint color? 

As a San Antonio exterior remodeling company since 1989, Southwest Exteriors is the trusted guide in all things home remodeling, from replacing your windows to updating your home with a bright and fresh new color. 

From soft and classic beige to bold and brilliant blues, we’re here to help you find the perfect exterior paint color for your home. 

We’ve compiled a list of the most popular Sherwin-Williams colors to paint your home’s exterior in 2024 to help you find your perfect match to completely transform and elevate your home this year. 

Let’s dive in! 

*These colors have been chosen based on the most popular colors Southwest Exteriors clients choose, data from top searched colors, and expert picks from Sherwin-Williams.


Most Popular Sherwin-Williams Exterior Paint Colors 

First and foremost, let’s take a look at the most popular paint colors overall. 

These colors are popular not just for San Antonio and South Texas Homes but seamlessly blend into any residential climate.

1. Chatroom

A darker, neutral beige, Chatroom has subtle yellow undertones throughout its hue. 

This color won’t only give your home a natural and classic look, but it will also help budding Spring flowers and green foliage pop. 

Sherwin-Williams chatroom


2. Balanced Beige

With a more pinky undertone, Balanced Beige is the perfect classic beige that doesn’t make your home too brown. 

Pairing this paint color with Arctic White trim will make the outline of your home jump out and brighten up your exterior, even on cold and dreary winter days. 

Sherwin-Williams balanced beige


3. Worldly Gray

Looking for the perfect neutral gray that won’t give your home too dark of an undertone? 

Choose Expert Pick Worldly Gray for a light and fresh exterior color to give your home a modern and minimalistic look that will stand the test of time. 

Sherwin-Williams worldy gray


4. Jogging Path

Finding the right beige for your exterior all comes down to the deep tones of the color. 

Jogging path offers a soft beige-gray look, similar to Balanced Beige, but with green undertones, providing a warmer feel to your home’s exterior.

Sherwin-Williams jogging path


5. Natural Linen

If Balanced Beige and Chatroom had a love child, it would be Natural Linen. 

This soft beige color combines the undertones of yellow with a front-facing pinkish hue and is arguably the best beige color choice for any neutral color lover. 

Sherwin-Williams natural linen


6. Shoji White

Inspired by the Japanese lattice-screened sliding doors, Shoji White combines the colors of the white opaque screens and the warm wooded framing of a shoji to create a soft light beige. 

Shoji White was named the August 2022 Color of the Month but is a timeless option from year to year.

Sherwin-Williams shoji white


7. Evergreen Fog

Classy, elegant, and chic are just a few words to describe the calming color of Evergreen Fog. 

This medium gray with green undertones brings a cool serenity to your home’s exterior.

 Sherwin-Williams evergreen fog


8. Alabaster

Alabaster is the perfect off-white with a hint of greige for any homeowner who doesn’t want your basic white, gray, or beige. 

This color was named Color of the Month for April 2022.

Sherwin-Williams Alabaster


9. Agreeable Gray

When looking for the perfect neutral gray that matches any exterior, you can’t disagree with Agreeable Gray. 

This Expert Pick color is, without a doubt, one of the best neutral colors with slightly cooler undertones, yet it won’t make your home look as dark as stone.

Sherwin-Williams Agreeable Gray


10. Repose Gray

Repose Gray can be hard to differentiate from Agreeable Gray, but it’s important to look at the undertones and how they match with the aesthetics of your home. 

This neutral gray paint color has a slightly cooler undertone than Agreeable Gray, making it ideal for homeowners with darker or cooler-toned details on their homes. 

Sherwin-Williams Repose Gray

Best Blacks

11. Tricorn Black

For the homeowner who wants a dramatic but not-too-dark black, Tricorn Black is a softer color tone than your traditional black. 

This is the perfect black for chic and nontraditional homeowners who want to stand out on their block. 

Sherwin-Williams Tricorn Black


12. Caviar

To the untrained eye, Caviar and Tricorn Black look seemingly identical. While Tricorn Black is a softer black, Caviar has a richer undertone. 

When analyzed more closely, Caviar has more depth in its color, but consulting with a professional color analyst will help ensure you choose the best black exterior paint for your home. 

Sherwin-Williams Caviar


Best Gray Blacks

13. Iron Ore

If you’re looking for the perfect dark gray for your home, Iron Ore provides that rich and classic hue for your exterior. 

This gray-black color is what you think of when you think of traditional gray, perfect for the minimalistic homeowner who still wants an edge.

Sherwin-Williams Iron Ore


14. Peppercorn

Peppercorn is another classic gray Sherwin-Williams offers for any homeowner who wants a cooler-toned home. 

Peppercorn is a lighter gray shade than Iron Ore, in case you want to take a leap to the dark side while still playing it safe. 

Sherwin-Williams Peppercorn


15. Pavestone

As another runner-up in the Best Gray category, Pavestone is a warm-toned gray with slightly yellow undertones. 

This color would pair well with freshly painted white trim and gutters to outline your home and elevate its brightness. 

Sherwin-Williams Pavestone


Best Brown Black

16. Black Fox

Black fox is the embodiment of a warm dark gray with green undertones to match the natural world around you. 

This color is ideal for homeowners who want to make a statement with an organic touch.

Sherwin-Williams Black Fox


Best Dark Blues

17. Sea Serpent

For those who lean towards aquatic themes and the serenity blue tones bring, Sea Serpent has a classy yet unique exterior. 

If you are a lover of turquoise shades but don’t want your home to scream too loudly, this paint color may be your perfect match. 

Sherwin-Williams Sea Serpent


18. Naval

As the name suggests, Naval is your classic navy blue but with rich depth that brings a regal vibe to your home. 

Naval was Sherwin-Williams’ Color Of The Year in 2020, but its royalty still reigns supreme as the best navy blue.

Sherwin-Williams Naval 


Best Bronzes

19. Urbane Bronze

When you think of traditional bronze, you may think of shiny metal that flashes with such character. While Sherwin Williams’ bronze shades still shine bright against other colors, they offer a more subtle approach to this classic metallic. 

Urbane Bronze is another wonderful muted option for those wanting a darker greige, with its mix of dark brown and slight gray. 

Sherwin-Williams Urbane Bronze


20. Enduring Bronze

Want something a bit more rich, like milk chocolate? Enduring Bronze embodies more warmth and a classic brown tone than Urbane Bronze. 

This color would be a match for homes with dark brown or maroon accents to bring out the red in its hue.

Sherwin-Williams Enduring Bronze

Best Bold and Bright

21. Brave Purple

Ready to jump with two feet in on making your home stand out? Check out Brave Purple for a bright and funky yet pastel and classy color. 

This muted lavender color will make your home stand out without being obnoxiously too loud. 

Sherwin-Williams Brave Purple


22. Baked Clay

This Sherwin-Williams Expert Pick is a vibrant yet subtle orange that exudes colors of the Southwest and adobe clay. 

For any home in the south, east, north, or west, this color brings a rich historical character that embodies nature and the resources around us. 

Sherwin-Williams Baked Clay


23. Silken Peacock

If you want a more colorful turquoise than Sea Serpent, Silken Peacock is a lighter turquoise with a pastel hue, similar to Brave Purple. 

Silken Peacock is a joyous blue color that can be versatile with many different accent colors. 

Sherwin-Williams Silken Peacock


24. Roycroft Copper Red

Roycroft Copper Red is a rich, dark orange with brown tones. It takes Baked Clay to a new level and gives you the depth and warmth you are looking for. 

This Expert Pick is also a historical color, which means if you live in an area with historical architectural rules, this may be a color option for you. 

Sherwin-Williams Roycroft Copper Red


Find The Right Exterior Paint Color For Your Home 

Now that you know 24 of the hottest, trendiest, and most popular Sherwin-Williams exterior paint colors, you have a better idea of which color is right for you and can continue your research into finding the right paint solution for you. 

From muted grays to vibrant blues and warm-toned oranges, Sherwin-Williams offers hundreds of unique colors to fit any home. 

If no premanufactured colors seem to strike your fancy, remember that creating a custom paint color is also an option. This allows you to customize any shade or create a mixture of tones to fit your home and your style perfectly. 

At Southwest Exteriors, we offer a complimentary color consultation to help analyze your home and help you choose the right color that will fit your space. 

Whether you prefer to keep your home simple and classic or are ready to change it up, Sherwin-Williams has the right color for you. 

It’s important to note that a high-quality exterior painting project, including materials and installation, can be more costly than if you choose a lower-end paint and contractor. 

You may be wondering, “Is it worth it to invest in high-quality paint?” 

Check out this article that compares cheap versus high-quality exterior paint and how they differ in quality, durability, longevity, and more.