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Choosing color is personal and emotional.  Multiple factors go into selecting appropriate hues.  They include individual preferences, room size, lighting, existing furniture, art, architectural elements and cognitive associations.  

Sherwin Williams New York Jets Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams New York Jets Colors

The New York Jets are one of two teams — the New Orleans Saints are the other — to win their first and only Super Bowl appearance. The Jets were founded in 1959 as the Titans of New York and joined the AFL. In 1963, the franchise was sold and…

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Sherwin Williams Cincinnati Bengals Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Cincinnati Bengals Colors

The Bengals franchise began in 1968 after three years’ worth of campaigning from Paul Brown, former coach for the Cleveland Browns. The Cincinnati Bengals defeated the San Diego Chargers, 27-7, in the 1981 AFC Championship, which was the coldest game in NFL history in terms of wind chill at -37 degrees.  Brown named the team after Cincinnati’s…

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Sherwin Williams Minnesota Vikings Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Minnesota Vikings Colors

During home games at U.S. Bank Stadium, the Vikings sound a Gjallarhorn — a mythical Norse horn — to announce the start of each home game. The team’s helmet is purple with a Viking horn logo on each side. Each horn is outlined in gold. The horn logo was slightly revised…

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Sherwin Williams Green Bay Packers Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Green Bay Packers Colors

The Green Bay Packers are the only community-owned non-profit professional sports team in the United States. They are the last of the “small-town teams” that dominated the NFL’s early days. The Packers were founded in 1919 when the Indian Packing Company sponsored the team under the direction of Earl “Curly” Lambeau….

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Sherwin Williams Baltimore Ravens Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Baltimore Ravens Colors

The current team name was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s poem “The Raven” which was authored in Baltimore, Maryland. After 12 seasons without a football team, Baltimore received its NFL franchise when the Ravens arrived in 1996. Four years later, the Ravens earned a Super Bowl victory defeating the New…

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Sherwin Williams Atlanta Falcons Team Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Atlanta Falcons Colors

In 1965, the NFL awarded Rankin Smith the Atlanta franchise, marking the end of the city’s quest to obtain a professional football team. Smith held a contest to decide the name of the franchise – won by a schoolteacher in Griffin, Georgia who suggested the “Falcons” name. In 1971, the…

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Sherwin Williams New England Patriots Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams New England Patriots Colors

The Patriots are tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl victories in NFL history with six. They hold the NFL record for the most Super Bowl appearances with 11. Founded in 1959 as the “Boston Patriots,” the team was an original member of the American Football League (AFL). The…

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Sherwin Williams Detroit Lions Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Detroit Lions Colors

The Detroit Lions started the Thanksgiving Day football game tradition in 1934 and have played on the holiday every season since, except for a brief gap from 1939-44. The Detroit franchise started as the Portsmouth (Ohio) Spartans in 1930. Detroit radio executive George A. Richards purchased the Spartans in 1934…

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Sherwin Williams Arizona Cardinals Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Arizona Cardinals Colors

The Cardinals franchise dates to 1898, making it the oldest professional football club in the NFL. The franchise was established in Chicago as the Morgan Athletic Club in 1898 and joined the NFL as a charter team in 1920 as the Chicago Cardinals. While based in Chicago, the Cardinals won their only two NFL Championships in 1925…

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Sherwin Williams Chicago Bears Paint Colors.

Sherwin Williams Chicago Bears Colors

The Bears are one of two charter members of the NFL that still exist (along with the Arizona Cardinals). The franchise started in 1920 in Decatur, Ill. as the Decatur Staleys of the American Professional Football Association, which would become the NFL in 1922. The Bears played in Wrigley Field,…

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