Sherwin Williams’ Jogging Path is a timeless, versatile, warm greige shade with strong khaki undertones. If beige makes you think early-2000s builder-grade homes, our designers’ smart, interesting uses of more complex beige and greige paint colors like Jogging Path will make you think again. This color is adaptable and pairs beautifully with a variety of other colors and textures. With its combination of beige and subtle gray tones, this paint’s color, style, and undertones can come across differently depending on the accents it’s paired with.
Keep reading to discover more about Jogging Path’s technical specs, pros and cons, application recommendations, and similar paint colors.
You might notice that the color looks a little bit different from house to house as you read this post, even though they are all rendered with the same paint color. That’s because our virtual exterior design services consider the direction your home faces, natural light, the surface you plan on painting, and many other factors. We also only use paint colors for our renderings that we have applied in real-life situations. We want our clients to not only love their chosen paint color, but love it on their home specifically.
Jogging Path: The Specs
Jogging Path is a warm, subdued greige hue. With an LRV of 49, it falls in the medium range, so it will reflect an average amount of light. (Learn more about LRV here — you’ll definitely want to understand it before painting your home’s exterior.)
Jogging Path is almost a completely even balance of red, green, and blue (known as ‘RGB’ in the world of paint color). Because the amount of red in the mix is just slightly higher than the others, the shade has a beige appearance.
Also, please note that before you commit to a paint color for your home’s exterior, it is extremely important to test until you get it right!
Recommended Applications for Jogging Path
Jogging Path is versatile and adaptable. It looks incredible on a variety of textures, including siding, stucco, and brick. We’ve used it on both traditional and modern homes and have found that it is becoming one of our favorite universal shades of greige to recommend.
Jogging Path Paint Color Pairings
Because Jogging Path has a medium LRV, it can be paired with a higher (aka lighter) LRV paint color, like the stucco on the house above, or a shade with a lower LRV (Benjamin Moore’s Black), as on the trim shown below.
We love Jogging Path when its paired with darker hues like Benjamin Moore’s Dragon’s Breath or Black. These deep colors create a striking contrast against the medium greige shade. We’ve even incorporated pops of color with Benjamin Moore’s Galapagos Turquoise for the front door of a home with a Jogging Path exterior. This paint color lends itself to being creative with accent colors.
White trim is another look we love with this warm greige shade, especially if a more subtle, traditional look is what you’re going for. There are so many great warm white paint colors to choose from. When paired with white accents, Jogging Path gives off a timeless, refreshing vibe.
Jogging Path works great with so many different design elements. Our designers have paired it with wood, red brick, and iron. It truly is one of the most versatile neutrals.
Pros and Cons of Sherwin Williams’ Jogging Path
- Adaptable and versatile
- Warm, subtle tone
- Works great with both modern and traditional design styles
- There are strong khaki and tan undertones with hints of gray, so this color can look different depending on the material of your home and the accents used
- This is a very “medium” shade, so if you’re wanting to make a statement, this color might be too neutral for you
Jogging Path Alternatives
Are you considering using Jogging Path or your home’s exterior, but you want to compare similar colors to ensure you choose the best one? Check out these alternative options.
Winterwood by Benjamin Moore
With an LRV of 51.36, Benjamin Moore’s Winterwood is slightly brighter than Jogging Path. This classic shade has khaki undertones, like Jogging Path, but is a greige that has slightly more of a gray tint to it.
We always recommend sampling and testing paint colors before committing. Factors such as natural lighting, undertones, and your property’s fixed elements will have a significant impact on how a color will appear on your exterior. Our friends at Samplize offer extra-large 9 x 14.75 inch peel-and-stick paint samples of the colors we love for exteriors. Order your ‘Real Paint, No Mess’ samples from Samplize here.
Thunder by Benjamin Moore
If you’re looking for something a touch deeper than Jogging Path, Benjamin Moore’s Thunder is an excellent alternative. With an LRV of 48.05, Thunder is also a warm greige, and it’s also one of our favorite neutral paint colors.
Alpaca by Sherwin Williams
Alpaca by Sherwin Williams is an excellent alternative to Jogging Path. With an LRV of 57, Alpaca is a little bit lighter than Jogging Path, and it reads more taupe than greige. Alpaca also has a pink/purple undertone that you should be aware of.
The Bottom Line on Sherwin Williams’ Jogging Path
Jogging Path is a great paint color choice for your home’s exterior. Its warm, khaki-with-a-hint-of-gray hue works well for cultivating an inviting aesthetic to any style of home.
Would it help you to see what Jogging Path would look like on your home’s exterior before committing to it? Our virtual exterior design services do just that! Our renderings allow you to visualize your home’s renovations before you make costly design decisions. Get started with us today.
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