Our 150th Anniversary color palette celebration has brought us to the final decade of the 20th century. Bye-bye ’80s pomp and pastel. In the 1990s, the increasingly popular rustic, sun-baked, Tuscan look ushered in earthier tones. Beige, gold, terra cotta, putty, sage and reds were all popularized on the West Coast first, then eventually made their way to the Southwest, South and Midwest. Looking to add some ’90s flair to your family home? Try Bungalow Beige SW 7511, Dover White SW 6385, Urban putty SW 7532, Svelte Sage SW 6164, Basket Beige SW 6143, Whole Wheat SW 6121, Fireweed SW 6328 or Spiced Cider SW 7702.

We’re celebrating our 150th anniversary by taking a look back at color throughout the decades. Loved the 1960s? So did we! Paisleys met geometrics, boldly marking the decade of peace, love and rock ‘n’ roll. Want to add  a bit of this bright, modern palette to your home? Try Navel SW 6887, Daisy SW 6910, Exuberant Pink SW 6840 and Forget Me Not SW 6824.