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Have you ever chosen the “perfect” color for a room- or better yet, had a color suggested to you by a friend- only to find out the color looks horrible when painted in your space?
Repeat after me:
“Undertones and lighting play a huge part in how a color looks in a room.”
If you are familiar with my work, you know I mostly mix custom colors for each particular project. I have one client who calls the color in her main living area my secret sauce. Ha!
That being said, here are a few neutrals I consider to be “fail-safe” picks.
Benjamin Moore Classic Gray. I just painted a bedroom in this color and it is BEAUTIFUL. It’s light, warm, and not stark white.
Benjamin Moore Ballet White. This has a slightly warmer tint without being too golden. If you are wanting to cut the yellow undertones such as in a kitchen where you are working with white marble, mix it at half formula. Otherwise, it is beautiful in main living areas.
Benjamin Moore Titanium. This gray has a bit of greenish undertones. Very soft for a bedroom needing a little color.
I hope these color suggestions work for you and your home. If you end up using one of these colors, let me know it looks.
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