Jeff Lewis Color is a premium, ultra-low VOC interior paint that delivers excellent hiding qualities and durability. Created by renowned designer Jeff Lewis, the palette simplifies the process of painting your space by offering a 32 color range of muted neutrals in six categories: whites, greens, greys, blues, beiges and browns.
Earl Grey (#JLC411) is a grey hue that coordinates well with colors such as JLC610-Cotton and JLC417-Smoke
Semi-gloss is ideal for use on doors, windows, casings, trim and furniture
Also available in no-gloss and quarter-gloss finishes
Low-odor, fast drying, durable, washable and scrubbable
Calculate how much you will need (link to calculator)
Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
Max VOC content: less than 50 grams per liter
Conforms to LEED 2009 IEQ Credit 4.2: Paints & Coatings
Produced in the world's first LEED certified paint manufacturing plant
Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT
I love Jeff Lewis' design aesthetic and talent. I knew he had his own line of paints, so checked them out on his website and was surprised to find Home Depot selling them. Ordered samples of 5 colors which I chose from the Gallery photos on the Jeff Lewis Color website. Got the samples, loved the colors and painted squares of each on our bedroom wall to help us decide which color we liked. Chose Earl Grey, decided to get 5 gallons just to make sure we had enough paint as it was recommended to use 2 coats. My husband is experienced when it comes to painting both interior and exterior. He painted our room but the paint was very difficult to apply. Definitely needed two coats. He painted an area and the paint would not only have big drips but it would run and pool up at the bottom of a painted area. We love the end result but honestly, the quality of the paint is not up to what I believe to be Jeff Lewis' standards. Not sure if the line was bought out and there has been a change, but it's a shame.
Looks Great, Looks High End, Modern
difficult to apply, drips and runs