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Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog: 2022 Color of the Year (Plus Dupes!) SW 9130

    Sherwin Williams manages to make a splash with their “Color of the Year” every year. 2022 is no different!

    Lucky for us, I feel like this year’s shade was super on trend before it was ever announced. Let’s take a look at Evergreen Fog!

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog swatch beside a foggy forest

    In this post I will show you Evergreen Fog in real homes, pair it up with popular neutrals, and of course, give you allll the dupes!

    This post may contain affiliate links. Should you choose to make a purchase through one of my links, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. I only recommend products that I use.

    What Color is Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog (SW 9130)

    Almost all gray-green colors will trick you if you let them! They typically look much much greener in real life than they do on the swatch.

    If you’re here because you’ve seen Evergreen Fog on the wall, the color chip will have you doing a double take.

    If I had to guess off of just this, I would think Evergreen Fog was an olive color.

    Not so!

    Evergreen Fog paint drop over a background pic of a bathroom with evergreen fog walls, bronze accents, pashmina colored vanity, and wallpaper
    Photo Credit: @built_frm_scratch

    Evergreen fog is a true gray green.

    LRV of Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog

    The LRV of a color indicates on a scale of 0 – 100 how much light a color reflects (or doesn’t reflect). True black has an LRV of 0 and pure white has an LRV of 100.

    In the paint world, we are working in a range of about 3 – 93 because no paint color is purely black or completely white.

    The LRV of Evergreen Fog is 30, which solidly makes it a mid-toned color.

    What Are the Undertones of SW Evergreen Fog

    Evergreen Fog does have some yellow undertones, because it is right on the yellow end of green. That can translate as a hint of beige, but sometimes you can’t see it at all.

    Evergreen Fog Bedroom with wide white trim and original floors
    Photo Credit: GMD Painting

    Gray greens are often chameleons!

    Is Evergreen Fog Warm or Cool

    Greens are typically categorized as “cool” colors on the color wheel, but since they sit between yellow (warm) and blue (cool) they often make great neutrals.

    In the case of Evergreen Fog, it does have those warm yellow undertones, so technically it’s a warm green.

    The gray helps balance out the warmth however, and I would say that it most often appears neutral.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vertical image of treed mountain with fog

    Evergreen Fog Color Strip

    Some of the colors that Sherwin Williams releases will be standalone colors, and not part of traditional color strip.

    Evergreen Fog is one of these colors, and it does not technically have a color strip.

    When you visit their website however, they have grouped Evergreen Fog into the SW 6180 strip:

    Evergreen Fog beside the sherwin williams Rosemary color strip

    Lighter Version of Evergreen Fog

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Escape Gray (SW 6185)

    You can kind of see from the color strip that Evergreen Fog would slot in nicely between Escape Gray and Dried Thyme.

    Escape Gray has an LRV of 41, so it’s lighter than Evergreen Fog, but not by a huge margin. It would be a great option if Evergreen Fog is just a little bit too dark for you.

    Darker Version of Evergreen Fog

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Dried Thyme (SW 6186)

    On the other side of Evergreen Fog, Dried Thyme has an LRV of 21, so again it’s darker but not too much.

    You should know that Dried Thyme is a little cooler than Evergreen Fog. You can see from the swatches that it looks more green:

    Ethereal White to Shade Grown sherwin williams color strip with Evergreen Fog

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Rosemary (SW 6187)

    If you want more contrast, SW Rosemary is approaching a dark gray green with an LRV of 14.

    It is not quite as neutral as Evergreen Fog.

    Like the look of Rosemary? You might like this post: Sherwin Williams Rosemary (The Unofficial Color of the Year?)

    I will take you through some more color comparisons in a minute, but first: Let’s see Evergreen Fog in action!

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog Home Interior

    In an ideal world I would be able to show you Evergreen Fog in every area of the house, but I haven’t got there quite yet.

    I do have a decent amount of photos, but bookmark this page for later, and I will update as I find more!

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog Bedroom

    I shared one bedroom when we were talking undertones, but how fun is this one?

    This room features Evergreen Fog on the walls, and Rosemary on the ceiling. It’s a bold combo, but somehow feels cozy and traditional.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog Bathroom

    This bathroom not only features the chicest of finishes, it also boasts a pretty unique color combo!

    Pashmina double vanity in bathroom with wallpaper on sink wall and evergreen fog on the rest
    Photo Credit: @built_frm_scratch

    I love the bronze, the woodland wallpaper, really all of it!

    For the vanity, the homeowner chose the color Pashmina by Benjamin Moore.

    Pashmina double vanity in bathroom with wallpaper on sink wall and evergreen fog on the rest
    Photo Credit: @built_frm_scratch

    Not colors that I would have been brave enough to put together, but doesn’t it look great?

    Pashmina double vanity in bathroom with wallpaper on sink wall and evergreen fog on the rest
    Photo Credit: @built_frm_scratch

    What a gorgeous space!

    This is the part where I tell you that it’s a children’s bathroom, and then go upstairs and cry about where I went wrong.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog Cabinets

    I have two kitchens for you today with Evergreen Fog cabinets.

    The first is a pretty accurate representation of the color, but I only have one photo. The second I have many photos, but the color looks a little brighter than it would in real life.

    Here is the more accurate of the kitchens:

    Evergreen Fog Kitchen cabinets
    Photo credit: @homefortheweilers

    Evergreen Fog looks so lovely and smoky here!

    It also looks great with the warm oak color of the floors, so you could definitely use Evergreen Fog if you have oak cabinets!

    Don’t Forget Your Supplies!

    This little brush might look funny, but it’s my absolute ride or die!

    Rollers like these hold the most paint and make the job faster. Get a metal roller cage for easy on and off.

    DryDex is the fastest (and funnest!) way to make chips and dents disappear. (Make sure you get a small spackling tool that actually fits in the container, and a sanding sponge.)

    This tool will save your back and limit time on a ladder.

    Now for the second kitchen! Let’s start with the most accurate photo:

    Evergreen fog cabinets in a kitchen with warm wood floors
    Photo Credit: Residence Design

    From here the rest of the kitchen looks brighter and less gray than you would expect.

    I’m not sure if it’s due to the super bright lighting or the warm wood everywhere in the kitchen, but if you are sold on the color as it appears in these photos, check out Sherwin Williams Clary Sage instead.

    Evergreen fog cabinets in a kitchen with warm wood floors
    Photo Credit: Residence Design

    This kitchen is by Residence Design (@residencedesignbuild), and I did confirm that it was Evergreen Fog.

    This photo is a bit more true to tone, particularly on the close side:

    Evergreen fog cabinets in a kitchen with warm wood floors

    The moral of the story is test, test, test!

    Obviously you don’t want to slop paint on your cabinets, so peel and stick samples are really ideal for this type of thing.

    Evergreen fog cabinets in a kitchen with warm wood floors
    Photo Credit: Residence Design

    I am in love with that wallpaper! So much so that I immediately did some online shopping for something similar.

    If you love it too, here is one that fits the bill! I’m debating ordering it for my powder room.

    (Peel and stick obviously. The wallpaper guy* I married refuses to do any more DIY.)

    *not a real wallpaper guy

    Evergreen fog cabinets in a kitchen with warm wood floors
    Photo Credit: Residence Design
    Evergreen fog cabinets in a kitchen with warm wood floors
    Photo Credit: Residence Design

    One last one:

    Evergreen fog cabinets in a kitchen with warm wood floors
    Photo Credit: Residence Design

    Gorgeous!

    I have a post dedicated to green kitchen cabinets, if you want to see more color choices.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog Exterior

    Sage greens are pretty popular right now, even for exteriors, so I was surprised not to find Evergreen Fog on any exterior paint jobs.

    I figure any example is better than nothing, so hopefully these two similar houses give you an idea.

    Here is SW Rosemary on an exterior.

    Evergreen Fog will be a little lighter and more gray.

    On the more gray side, here is Benjamin Moore Carolina Gull:

    Carolina Gull Exterior with charcoal trim
    Photo Credit: Word of Mouth Painting

    Carolina Gull is a bit cooler than Evergreen Fog, but I chose a picture where it looks warmer. I think this is pretty close to how Evergreen Fog would look an exterior.

    These two colors also have similar LRVs.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog Color Palette

    Here is how Evergreen Fog would look with a number of designer favorite paint colors:

    Evergreen Fog Coordinating Color Palette

    Evergreen Fog Complementary & Coordinating Colors

    Evergreen Fog With Chantilly Lace

    If you’ve been here before, or if you stay awhile, you will know that Chantilly Lace is my favorite white!

    Chantilly Lace Drop vs Evergreen Fog Paint Drop

    This nice clean shade from Benjamin Moore is a green-based white, so I always want to pair it with greens. It is a true white though, so it’s really the thought that counts.

    Read all about Chantilly Lace

    Evergreen Fog With Gray Owl

    Benjamin Moore Gray Owl is a great neutral color that is actually a warm gray green as well! It’s nice and light if you want to use Evergreen Fog as an accent and something a little softer everywhere else.

    Gray Owl Drop vs Evergreen Fog Paint Drop

    Evergreen Fog With Repose Gray, Revere Pewter, or Agreeable Gray

    The trifecta of famous neutral paint colors! (Well, these plus Accessible Beige, but a “quad-fecta” isn’t a thing.)

    Agreeable Gray, Repose Gray, and Revere Pewter Drop vs Evergreen Fog Paint Drop

    I lumped these three together because you could really use any of them with Evergreen Fog.

    My preference would be Repose Gray, because it will keep Evergreen Fog looking a little cooler, but it’s a personal choice.

    Evergreen Fog With Accessible Beige

    I included Accessible Beige because it is a super popular neutral, and a lot of people will be wondering if these two work together.

    I don’t think that these two like each other. Evergreen Fog pulls out even more of the warm tones in Accessible Beige, and makes it look a little peachy.

    Accessible Beige Drop vs Evergreen Fog Paint Drop

    If you love this color, consider Shoji White. It’s similar to Accessible Beige, but lighter. If you use it as your wall and trim color, it will stay looking more neutral.

    (At first glance, Shoji White looks too dark for trim and doors, but I have some great examples in my post: Sherwin Williams Shoji White Review and Alternatives to prove that I’m not crazy!)

    Evergreen Fog With Black Magic

    Sherwin Williams Black Magic is a great true black paint color, but it’s just a touch softer than a stark jet black.

    Black Magic Drop vs Evergreen Fog Paint Drop

    If you are looking for a black accent color, it would look great with Evergreen Fog.

    (Of course if you want jet black, take a look at Sherwin Williams Tricorn Black.)

    Evergreen Fog With Hale Navy

    Navy blues love green, and Benjamin Moore Hale Navy is the OG Navy.

    Hale Navy Drop vs Evergreen Fog Paint Drop

    (Do I have a post about Hale Navy? Of course I do!)

    Hale Navy is close to being the official complementary color for evergreen fog, which would technically be a grayish blue.

    Evergreen Fog With Urbane Bronze

    Where would the 2022 Color of the Year be without the 2021 Color of the Year?

    That’s right, Urbane Bronze held the title last year, and its popularity is still going.

    Urbane Bronze Drop vs Evergreen Fog Paint Drop

    A swatch just doesn’t do it justice. Urbane Bronze is a rich bronzey color that somehow manages to have a metallic aura. I do think these would work together, but Urbane Bronze is also a chameleon, so you will definitely want to test it out!

    “Test them? Sounds expensive.”

    Nope!

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    What Trim Colors Go With Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog?

    I noticed that a lot of people chose to pair Evergreen Fog with warm wood tones, so it should definitely work with existing oak trim.

    Sage greens are very traditional, so they are also well suited to dark wood trim.

    White Paint that Goes with Evergreen Fog

    If you’re thinking white trim, here are a few choices!

    Evergreen fog trim choices with Snowbound, High reflective white, snowbound, shoji white
    • Evergreen Fog and Alabaster
    • Evergreen Fog and Shoji White
    • Evergreen Fog and High Reflective White
    • Evergreen Fog and Snowbound

    Alabaster and Shoji White are the softer, warmer whites if you want a lower contrast cozy feel.

    For maximum contrast and crisp white trim, go with High Reflective White – Sherwin Williams brightest white.

    Snowbound is a great trim choice because it’s a little softer than High Reflective White, but not overtly creamy like Alabaster and Shoji. It’s a nice compromise.

    Evergreen Fog Compared to Other Sherwin Williams Paint Colors

    Is your head spinning with all of the gray green sagey choices you could make?

    Allow me to clarify! Here is Evergreen Fog compared to similar Sherwin Williams colors.

    Don’t care about other SW colors? Skip to the dupes!

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Acacia Haze (SW 9132)

    Acacia Haze is similar to Evergreen Fog: It’s a gray green with an LRV of 32.

    The major difference is that Acacia Haze is a lot cooler than Evergreen Fog. It doesn’t have the extra yellow.

    Acacia Haze vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Like the look of this one? Me too! Check out my post: Sherwin Williams Acacia Haze: A Delicious Gray Green (Deep Dive & Dupes!)

    These next few colors are all on the same color strip, and often compared to Evergreen Fog:

    Sea salt, comfort gray, oyster bay, retreat, pewter green color strip

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Sea Salt (SW 6204)

    As you can see, Sea Salt is much much lighter than Evergreen Fog. It has an LRV way up at 63.

    (You can read all about Sea Salt here!)

    Sea Salt vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Oyster Bay (SW 6206)

    Oyster Bay is one of my personal favorites from this color strip. It looks a lot brighter in real life.

    (I have a couple pictures of Oyster Bay in my Ultra Sophisticated Gray Green Paint Colors post.)

    It is lighter than Evergreen Fog, with an LRV of 44, and again is cooler.

    Oyster Bay vs vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Retreat (SW 6207)

    Did I just say Oyster Bay was one of my favorites? Because I seriously love Retreat too.

    (I have pictures of Retreat – and actually several other of these colors – in my Trend-Setting Green Kitchen Cabinets post)

    You can see that Retreat is more green (cooler) than Evergreen Fog. It is actually a bit darker too, with an LRV of 21. The chip on Retreat is pretty accurate.

    Retreat vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Pewter Green (SW 6208)

    Finally (for this strip) we have Pewter Green.

    Pewter Green has an LRV of 12, so it is getting pretty dark. Again it is cooler than Evergreen Fog, but you can see that it isn’t a cool green. Next to a true green or a blue green, Pewter Green would look more olive.

    (Check out my post about Pewter Green!)

    Pewter green vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Clary Sage (SW 6178)

    I already mentioned Clary Sage a little earlier when we were looking at cabinets. It is warmer like Evergreen Fog, but it is lighter, with an LRV of 41.

    Clary Sage looks absolutely nothing like its color chip (in my opinion).

    It’s a hard color to describe. It’s like a sage green with a bit of extra brightness.

    Clary Sage vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Coastal Plain (SW 6192)

    Coastal Plain is more green than Evergreen Fog. It is also a bit lighter, with an LRV of 37.

    Coastal Plain vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Illusive Green (SW 9164)

    Illusive Green is very very similar to Evergreen Fog, but it is a tiny bit cooler and a bit more gray.

    With an LRV of 29, Illusive Green is a hair darker.

    Illusive Green vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Succulent (SW 9650)

    Succulent is still a gray green, but on the opposite end of the scale, being closer to blue than yellow. That’s why it looks so much greener. Succulent is on the dark side of mid-green, with an LRV of 14.

    Succulent vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Cornwall Slate (SW 9131)

    You might think that Cornwall Slate would be on the same color strip as Evergreen Fog, because the number is SW 9131 and Evergreen Fog is SW 9130.

    As we talked about earlier, Evergreen Fog doesn’t actually have its own strip, so the numbers don’t mean too much, although related colors are still generally grouped together.

    Sherwin Williams Cornwall Slate vs VS Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Cornwall Slate is almost the same color as Evergreen Fog on paper. It has an LRV of 29, so it’s a pinch darker, but the difference is negligible. They also have similar amounts of gray. The major difference between these two, is that Cornwall Slate is more yellow.

    I would actually describe Cornwall Slate as a beige-green and not really a gray-green. (Based on how it looks in real life.)

    Evergreen Fog Benjamin Moore Version

    Bring on the dupes!

    Here are the dupes we will be talking about from every brand:

    A series of 5 evergreen fog dupes surrounding evergreen fog on a white plaster background

    From Benjamin Moore, the closest dupes I found for SW Evergreen Fog are Oil Cloth and Storm Cloud Gray.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Benjamin Moore Oil Cloth (CSP-760)

    Benjamin Moore’s Oil Cloth is nearly identical to Evergreen Fog, except that it is lighter.

    Benjamin Moore dupe Oil cloth vs Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Oil Cloth has an LRV of 35.31.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Benjamin Moore Storm Cloud Gray (2140-40)

    Our second dupe is Storm Cloud Gray, which has an LRV of 28.88:

    Benjamin Moore dupe Storm Cloud Gray vs Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Storm Cloud Gray is just the tiniest bit warmer and darker than Evergreen Fog.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Benjamin Moore Raintree Green (CC-560)

    Although it didn’t make the shortlist, Raintree Green is also a pretty good Benjamin Moore alternative to Evergreen Fog. It is more yellow and less gray:

    Benjamin Moore dupe Raintree Green vs Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Here are two other popular green colors by Benjamin Moore that are often compared to Evergreen Fog.

    (Or feel free to skip to the rest of the dupes)

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Benjamin Moore October Mist (1495)

    We can’t skip over October Mist because it is Benjamin Moore’s “Color of the Year” for 2022!

    (You can read my post about October Mist here.)

    October Mist is somewhere between Cornwall Slate and Evergreen Fog, but a lot lighter, with an LRV of 46.33.

    October Mist vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Benjamin Moore Army Green (2141-30)

    Army Green not only looks nothing like Evergreen Fog, it doesn’t look very appealing on paper.

    Benjamin Moore Army Green vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    In real life it is a pleasant true olive green. It doesn’t look nearly as brown as it does here.

    Ready to be shooketh?

    Army Green is on the same color strip as Evergreen Fog dupe Storm Cloud Gray. (I know!)

    The LRV of Army Green is 15.39.

    Valspar Equivalent to Evergreen Fog

    Don’t worry, Valspar doesn’t have 100+ gray green colors to compare Evergreen Fog to, so I just picked two: Green Tea Leaves, and Gray Expose.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Valspar Green Tea Leaves (5004-1C)

    You can see that Green Tea Leaves is a little lighter and brighter than Evergreen Fog, with an LRV of 34.359.

    Valspar dupe Green Tea Leaves vs Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Valspar Gray Expose (5007-2A)

    Gray Expose goes the opposite direction of Green Tea Leaves. It is cooler and more gray than Evergreen Fog, although the LRV is the same, at 30.5.

    Valspar dupe Expose vs Evergreen Fog on the wall

    F&B Compared to Evergreen Fog

    I wouldn’t normally include Farrow and Ball, but their popular color Pigeon is also very similar to Evergreen Fog:

    Farrow & Ball Pigeon  vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Farrow & Ball Pigeon (25)

    Pigeon by Farrow & Ball is warmer and lighter than Evergreen Fog.

    F & B do not share any information about their colors online, not even the LRV! Based on experiments with other colors, I feel pretty confident that the LRV of Pigeon is 33.

    Farrow and Ball dupe Pigeon vs Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Evergreen Fog Behr Equivalent (Home Depot)

    Behr put me through it when I was trying to find dupes for Evergreen Fog! I finally settled on Behr Hunter’s Hollow as the best color match, but I will show you a couple others too.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Hunter’s Hollow (MQ6-21)

    Hunter’s Hollow is a little lighter than Evergreen Fog, with an LRV of 32.

    Other than that, this one is a dead ringer:

    Behr dupe Hunter's hollow VS Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Incognito (N370-5)

    Incognito is a little darker and more gray than Evergreen Fog, but still similar, and a gorgeous color!

    Behr Dupe incognito VS Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Incognito reminds me a bit of Sherwin Williams Thunderous. Not because they are super similar, but because both are hard to figure out at first glance.

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Hillside Green & Milkweed Pod

    Behr’s colors Hillside Green and Milkweed Pod get honorable mentions as dupes for Evergreen Fog. They’re close, but we have better.

    Both of these two have LRVs of 30.

    Behr dupe hillside green VS Evergreen Fog on the wall
    Behr dupe milkweed pod VS Evergreen Fog on the wall

    Before we finish up with Behr, I have to mention this color:

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Breezeway (MQ3-21)

    You can plainly see that Breezeway isn’t anything like Evergreen Fog, but I had to show it because it is a popular gray green by Behr, and their “Color of the Year” for 2022.

    Breezeway is light and cool, with an LRV of 66.

    Behr Breezeway vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs Behr Olive Sprig (ECC-55-3)

    Behr Olive Sprig is actually not green at all. It is more of an olivey khaki color, and is an orange based gray.

    The LRV of Behr Olive Sprig is 23.

    Olive Sprig vs Evergreen Fog on a card of several other muted greens

    I only mention Olive Sprig because it is often confused for:

    Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog vs PPG Olive Sprig (PPG1125-4)

    The PPG version of Olive Sprig is much more similar to Evergreen Fog than the Behr color of the same name.

    It is lighter, with an LRV of 41, but it is also a warm gray green. Olive Sprig is pretty similar to October Mist.

    Evergreen Fog vs PPG Olive Sprig on the wall color of the year

    Funny enough, this color is PPG’s “Color of the Year” for 2022. So that makes it a clean sweep for major paint brands choosing a gray green!

    Collusion!

    Evergreen Fog Final Moody Musings

    Okay that’s it from me and Evergreen Fog! It’s been real.

    Let’s recap:

    • Evergreen Fog is technically a warm gray green, but it works well as a neutral
    • With an LRV of 30, Evergreen Fog is a perfect not-too-dark not-too-light color
    • Evergreen Fog would be an unexpected but safe choice for cabinets or exteriors

    Before you go, all I seem to write about lately is green!

    Check out some more colors that you might like:

    Graphic of 9 green circles reads "Dark Green Paint Colors" From top left to bottom right colors are: vogue green, vine leaf, vintage vogue, tarrytown green, black evergreen, ripe olive, cascades, greenblack, and salamander. Background photo is dark green dewy leaves
    Color strip of Benjamin Moore north shore green to Vintage Vogue over a background of a whitewashed building with a green retro bicycle in front
    Sherwin williams rosemary swatch over a photo of a rosemary den