Sherwin Williams Color Match for May-The Louvre

In honor of the passing of one of my favorite architects I.M. Pei, we are highlighting the colors of the Musee du Louvre in our Sherwin Williams color match for May. Pei designed the Louvre in the early 1980s and was the focus of much controversy due to the glass and steel pyramid design. I say, forget the critics. This building is breathtaking to behold in person. Pei went on to win the Pritzker Prize (aka Nobel Prize) of Architecture in 1983 and solidified his place in history and in our hearts.

The Louvre Museum

 

Though Pei was ahead of his time with this glass and steel structure, it is materials we now see in homes all over Austin. Our love of the openness that connects us back to nature is one of the many draws to this style of architecture that we have.

Love the look and feel of this color palette? Love the look and feel of a glass and steel structure with glass to the ground and a direct connection to nature whether you are inside the structure or out? So do we!!!  Give us a shout. We would love to help you find the inspiration of colors and textures that bring you joy in your day to day life.

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