What I love about Sea Salt (SW 6204), by Sherwin-Williams, is that it is a chameleon of a color. It’s blue, gray, and green, all at the same time. This means, it presents itself differently, depending on the room lighting and surroundings. Here are some examples.
Flint River Crossing kitchen "after" the redesign. We took money out of the design budget to get the stacked stone back splash and the IKEA butcher block counter tops. Compare the entire design to all of my choices on the design board. Changes were due to cost and the fact I only had $3,700 for the decor and furnishings.