Have you ever been picking out paint colors and wondered about those crazy paint color names? Here's a little trivia on what goes into picking out those color names...along with some impressionable colors that'll keep you remembering!
"Mole's Breath" came after the success of Farrow & Balls "Elephant Breath". Looking for a shade of gray? This one could be a good one!
"Ship's Ahoy" references a nautical hue, but could be a nod to "Chip's Ahoy".
"Exclusive Plum" was crowned by Sherwin-Williams as their color of the year. Move over, Radiant Orchid.
"Chop Sticks" is used to describe a warm, neutral beige. Not a bad point of reference when you can't perfectly describe a beige.
Thinking of going "Vegan"? This green is lighter than kale but darker than celery.
"Functional Gray" makes a well-rounded neutral.
"Miami Weiss" taken from the German word, "white" - this color pairs well with "South Peach".