A lighter shade of pale

Alabaster is gaining momentum in interior design, popping up in wall treatments, furniture and more


Calm and inviting, this bedroom design is the perfect place to greet the morning or end the day.

The walls of this sitting room are coated with the Sherwin-Williams 2016 Color of the Year: Alabaster (SW 7008).

A calming shade of Alabaster from Sherwin-Williams (SW 7008) helps to balance out this dining room design. This particular color was named Sherwin-Williams 2016 Color of the Year for bringing personal solace and revival to a weary mind.



Sophisticated, but with a playful touch, Serendipity wallpaper (#HS2058) from the Pattern Play collection from York Wallcoverings truly completes this dining room design.

By using Alabaster paint on the walls of this nursery the parents can change the decor as the child grows without having to re-paint.

The Dominique wallpaper (#CN2148) is from the Candace Olson Modern Artisan collection from York Wallcoverings.



A calming shade of alabaster from Sherwin-Williams (SW 7008) creates a neutral backdrop for this calming bathroom design.

The Flourish line of wallpaper (#CN2102) from the Candace Olson Modern Artisan collection from York Wallcoverings creates a cheery background in this sitting area.

The Stella upholstered screen from CR Laine—seen here in Haven Jute—features small brass nails in an eye-catching starburst pattern.



This grouping of theater seats from Palliser is from the Lemans collection and is shown here in Broadway Alabaster.

This sofa was upholstered in Tussah, Alabaster from Chella Textiles. It serves as a calming backdrop and can easily be spiced up with a throw pillow—or several—in the color of your choice.

This fabric swatch from Chella Textiles shows off their Pools pattern in a soothing Alabaster.



The Borealis table lamp from Jamie Young features an alabaster finish and a large rectangular shade.

The Hans chair from CR Laine—seen here in Berkin Snow—boasts a sturdy yet comfortable design that would fit seamlessly into any living space.

The Alabaster walls of this bedroom design take a back seat to the bright pops of colors in the various accessories.



The Aspen sofa from Jonathan Adler is all about bringing beauty and comfort together, as evidenced by the angled seat and comfortable upholstery.

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