I still can’t believe that I decided to get rid of the black cabinets in the studio kitchen. I always wanted a dark/moody kitchen, but recently decided that the kitchen needed a refresh! I picked several paint colors and ended up going with Sherwin Williams Studio Clay. I couldn’t be happier with the results! Studio Clay is a beautiful warm gray color (with a hint of green) that adds a touch of sophistication to the space. It has just the right amount of warmth to create a cozy and inviting atmosphere in the studio kitchen. The paint went on smoothly and evenly, providing excellent coverage with just two coats (used a brush to apply). I was impressed with how well it adhered to the cabinets, and there were no streaks or brush marks left behind.
One of the things I love most about Studio Clay is its versatility. It pairs well with the neutral tones in the studio, allowing me to easily incorporate different accents and accessories into the kitchen. Whether I want to go for a modern, minimalist look or a more traditional, farmhouse style, Studio Clay provides the perfect backdrop. We paired the color with the aged brass pulls, that will patina overtime. In terms of durability, Studio Clay has proven to be top-notch. It has held up well to daily wear and tear, and I haven’t noticed any chipping or peeling. The cabinets still look as good as new, even after several months of use.
Overall, I highly recommend Sherwin Williams Studio Clay for anyone looking to update their kitchen cabinets. It’s beautiful color, ease of application, and durability make it a fantastic choice. I couldn’t be happier with how the studio kitchen turned out, and Studio Clay played a significant role in achieving the look I wanted.