Before & After: Emily’s Studio, Bri’s Bedroom, Suzanna’s Living Room

updated Apr 14, 2020
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Looking to add a little color to your home, but not sure which color would look right in your space? We found readers who had this same paint color dilemma, and asked them to try the Sherwin-Williams ColorSnap® Visualizer for web or iPad – an easy (and fun!) online tool that lets you upload a photo of your room and virtually “paint” the walls with different colors. They’ve come up with four bold colors for their spaces, but they need you to help decide which one to choose!

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Bri’s Boho Glam Bedroom
I fell in love with my tiny studio in Manahattan because of the plain, white walls that served as a blank canvas to infuse my “bohemian glam” style with. Now that I’ve adorned my place with modern, feminine furniture and accessories, it’s time to add a glam color to my walls.

(Image credit: Emily Winiker)

Emily’s Photogenic Studio
As a freelance lifestyle + portrait photographer, I’m always running from state to state (to country) for shoots, sleeping in vans or camping outside. So it’s even more important that when I come home to Brooklyn, I feel home. Right now my place reflects my style, but I’d like to kick it up a notch in terms of color!

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Suzanna’s Living Room
My husband and I moved into our “forever house” a year ago. I made bold use of color in my last house, and I feel like I’m drowning in a sea of beige in this home. I’m ready to tackle my beige living room walls and fireplace, but I’m having difficulty finding a good paint color to compliment my style.

Now it’s your turn!

We’d love to see you spice up one of your plain-Jane rooms, too! Want to crowd source colors for a room in your home? Here’s how:

  1. Simply upload photos of the room you’d like to paint into the Sherwin-Williams ColorSnap® Visualizer for web or iPad.
  2. Virtually paint your walls with bold, fabulous colors.
  3. Click here to submit your photos! If selected, we will post your room with the color options, and “crowd source” votes to find which color you should pick!