The smartest, quickest, and most convenient way to give any room a new look is through the use of color. The ‘right color’ can instantly revitalize an interior, camouflage cosmetic imperfections, and minimize architectural flaws. Paint can dramatically change the ambiance of a room, create harmony within a décor, build illusion, and accent an interior with personal taste.
In this week’s blog post, we would like to share our 16 favorite Benjamin Moore paint colors. From the best whites, grey, taupes, yellows, reds and more!
Now, why Benjamin Moore? Some of you may like other brands that are affordable but we personally prefer BM paints. It’s what we normally use for our clients and believes that they are a good investment.
Here are our top picks:
#1 Chantily Lace
This white has a light hint of grey. It is crisp, clean and bright. It looks fresh against grey and is perfect for trim and cabinets.
# 2 White Dove
White dove has a faint yellow undertone and works so well with traditional furniture and gives off a beautiful gloss for trim. The warm and soft color is perfect for the bedroom, living room, kitchen and bath.
#3 Linen White
Linen white can make a room feel so clean yet cozy. It has a bit of warmness to it and not overly crisp. So classic!
#4 Edgecomb Gray
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This soft, barely there type of grey is perfect for any room with lots of natural light. It compliments everything and works well with almost any color.
#5 Coventry Grey
Coventry Gray can be used as a shy neutral or for a pop of color. It has blue undertones and the atmosphere it creates is incredibly relaxing. It is so modern and fresh.
#6 Yarmouth Blue
Yarmouth blue is one of the best light blues out there. Paint your bathroom with it for that extra calming effect.
#7 Mannequin Cream
This light, creamy yellow is ideal for spring. It’s not too yellow nor too pale to our liking. It feels so inviting and comforting.
Mesquite is a gray green color that works well in a country bedroom or modern when paired with darker shades of green or gray.
#9 Narragansett Green
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This is a color we are so in love with. Look how beautiful that cottage is! Nothing is more perfect than Narragansett Green for that lakeside cottage.
#10 Clay Beige
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This neutral beige has green and red undertones to it. Clay Beige looks perfect with browns and blues.
#11 Greenbrier Beige
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If you want to work on a room with dark, wooden floor, try Greenbrier beige. We just love the warmth and gorgeousness it creates.
#12 Soft Marigold
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Orange doesn’t have to be ‘popsicle orange’. Soft Marigold is that type of orange that can make any room looks romantic and sexy.
#13 Exotic Red
This is a deep, saturated red. Paint your kitchen chairs and cabinet with it for a playful vibe.
#14 Million Dollar Red
Another rich red variant that we adore is Million Dollar Red. It brings a sharp, sophisticated look and exudes a bold and a million-dollar-look to any room, hence the name.
#15 Razzle Dazzle
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Oh, we love pink! And Razzle Dazzle is a show stopper. It can make any room fabulous, flirty and feminine.
#16 Blushing Bride
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This Ben Moore pink, on the other hand, is so subtle and so soft on the eyes. Perfect for your crafts room, home office or nursery.
Disclaimer: This is not an advertorial for Benjamin Moore paint products. PTH picked the mentioned paint colors in this blog post according to the team’s experience and personal preferences.
If you wish to learn more about Benjamin Moore paints, visit www.benjaminmoore.com.
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