Sherwin-Williams Granite Peak is a dark and silky sophisticated blue paint color.  Learn all about Sherwin-Williams Granite Peak in this color review. If you are looking for a rich muted dark blue for an Interior accent wall, accent room, or exterior Granite Peak is the color for you!  It can be used as an interior or exterior paint color.  We consider this a dark blue with an LRV of 14.  It has the softest of green undertones.  Granite Peak is one of the most forgiving dark blues I have ever worked with.  If there were a perfect accent wall blue color, Granite Peak would be it.  

Please note that all our photos come from Color Concierge projects in this post.  Some of the photos may not be perfect, but we love the way they show the color.  Also, we don’t color edit the photos so that you can see what these paint colors really look like.

Sherwin Williams Granite Peak SW 6250

Sherwin Williams Granite Peak SW 6250, a dark interior blue

Granite Peak for Exteriors

Granite Peak is a beautiful color for exteriors.  Although it looks dark inside, the exterior color ends up looking like a darker mid-toned blue.  It is great with red or pink brick.  You can use it as a siding color or for accents such as shutters and front doors.  It pairs well with Sherwin-Williams Egret White or Oyster White outside.

Exterior light brick home painted with Granite Peak and Egret Whtie.

Photo by J. Lampinen

Check out the transformation!

Before exterior

Photo by M. Marceny

The driveway and side entrance were dramatically transformed.

Exterior with light warm brick, Granite Peak Siding and SW Egret White trim, soffits and fascia

Photo by M. Marceny

Exterior photo of driveway

Photo by M. Marceny

Granite Peak vs. other paint colors

Sherwin-Williams Granite Peak (Sample Here) is a soft and silky color that never lets me down.  Here we show how it stacks up with other options.

BM Hale Navy vs. Granite Peak

These two colors are similar, but Granite Peak is significantly lighter.  I prefer Granite Peak to Hale Navy as an interior dark blue color because although it’s dark, it isn’t too dark.  Hale Navy (Sample Here) has the tendency to look black if the room doesn’t have enough light.

SW Slate Tile vs. Granite Peak

Slate Tile is another lovely darker blue color, but it’s greener and slightly more muted.  Test both the colors in your space.  Slate Tile (Sample Here) might look better in a room with lower light.

Granite Peak vs. Britannia Blue

The closest Benjamin Moore color to Granite Peak is Britannia Blue (Sample Here).  Granite Peak is darker and more saturated with tones that are bluer.  To be honest, Granite Peak isn’t really that close to Britannia, but it will work in the same interior room situations where Britannia looks good. For exteriors, Britannia Blue is substantially lighter in the sunshine.

Britannia Blue vs. Granite Peak

Can my painter match Sherwin-Williams Granite Peak to Benjamin Moore?

Britannia Blue is the closest match, but it’s not that close.  We never recommend paint matching unless you are willing to spend a lot of time going back and forth with the paint company.  If you want to match, then make sure you check the paint color with a swatch from Sherwin-Williams.  Instead, consider BM Britannia Blue, understanding that it is a lighter version of Granite Peak.

Learn more about matching paint colors here.

The Verdict – Granite Peak

Granite Peak is a rich and saturated mid-toned blue paint color! You can use it for interiors or exteriors.  If you use it for interiors make sure you have tons of natural or artificial light so that you can see the beauty in the color.  For exteriors, it looks great by itself or with warm brick or earthy stone.

No matter what, don’t forget to test your paint colors.  It’s a standard best practice.  Whenever I test my paint colors, they are perfect, and when I don’t test they turn out wrong. Learn how to test your paint colors here.

NEVER, EVER use paint matches from a different brand than the one specified.  Results are poor and there are no standards for the sheens.  Even though your painter may truly believe it can be done, don’t do it. See results from paint matching here.

We always recommend that you test paint colors in your house because lighting can change color completely.

In the old days, this meant we painted a large poster board with sample pots and a huge mess.

Now we have SAMPLIZE, 9X14″ Pre-Painted peel-and-stick paint samples.  Check out the SAMPLIZE website HERE.

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