Gray paint colors have dominated the market, alongside the classic whites, for about a decade now. And while last year, we saw a glimpse of variety with the resurgence of beige as a neutral of choice, something tells us that we're about to see a lot more variety in the warm neutral paint color realm this year. One of the top paint colors you should have on your radar: tan.
Sure, tan paint colors might bring back memories of tri-color '90s living rooms (remember it paired with rustic reds and forest green?), but fear not—2018 iterations of the paint color render spaces looking chic and modern. Paired with white and neutral tones, it's the perfect warm neutral to act as a base for your tone-on-tone neutral space.
In order to find the best tan paint colors to add to your arsenal this year, we scoured various paint brands' color trend reports to bring you the hottest warm neutral shades. From light to dark, these are the best tan paint colors you should try this year.
Behr's Kombucha is a popular color for 2018 and features a light pink undertone.
Benjamin Moore's Coastal Path is reminiscent of a northeastern sandy beach on a sunny day and will add warmth to any room.
On the cooler end of the spectrum, this light greige tan color is perfect for those who are slightly color-averse.
For a rich and moody tan color, look no further than Farrow & Ball's London Stone.
Sherwin-Williams's Tamarind is on the brand's 2018 trend report. It's a mild tan color that's perfect for someone who wants a simple, warm neutral.
This deep caramel color is part of Sherwin-Williams's 2018 paint color trend report and is a warm hue with red undertones that would look great in a dining room.
The name says it all with this warm and cozy Benjamin Moore tan paint color, which is part of the paint brand's trend report this year.
Not for the color averse, Sherwin-Williams's Tatami Tan is a dark red tan color that's rich in pigments.