Seinfeld’s Apartment Colour Palette

Seinfeld (NBC) TV Series 1989–1998 Shown from left: Michael Richards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander

Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment is immediately recognizable as the home base to the main gang. His apartment is painted in calm grey tones like Benjamin Moore’s Paper White accented with wainscotting, trim and doors in similar to Coventry Grey. This combo creates a timeless space you can sit and wait for a call from Vandelay Industries!

That 70’s Colour

That 70’s Show aired from 1998 to 2006, and really captured the classic seventies kitchen ‘look’ with a nice lime green in the kitchen. Home to the Forman family and crashed by Eric’s friends, the Foreman house always had some shenanigans under its roof.

Key Lime (2031-50)

Benjamin Moore’s “Key Lime” is a similar green that pairs well with vintage wallpaper, white trim, and tequila!

Full House of Colour

Full House is a 90’s classic with an interesting family dynamic! Like any house, the kitchen is at the heart of their very ‘full house’ and has a beautiful lilac feature wall amidst the natural wood cabinets. Some beautiful Benjamin Moore purples that match include:

It’s Arrested Development

Whether they’re serving a delicious feast of hot ham water or burning themselves on the Cornballer, the Bluth family kitchen has seen it all. It’s warm wooden cabinets is well complimented with a very neutral tone grey similar to Benjamin Moore’s Grey Owl. It is a warm grey with a slight blue-green undertone in some lightings and is perfect for open spaces like kitchens and entranceways!

Grey Owl (OC-52/2137-60)

Gilmore Girls DIY: Luke’s Colour Palette

Straight from the heart of Star’s Hollow lies Luke’s, painted in a soft cool palette. Use Benjamin Moore’s Mill Springs Blue to get a similar deep teal paired with Evening Dove in a durable cabinet paint to match that navy tone.

Good Colours for a Good Place

Well it may have not been Eleanor’s cup of tea, we love these primary tones to brighten up the exterior of her house. I think the closest colours from Benjamin Moore’s own colour palette are Delightful Yellow, Heritage Red, and Sailor’s Sea Blue.

While I don’t recommend painting your whole house in these, you can always introduce them in your front door, planters, furniture, or even planting flowers to match. The sky’s the limit. Eleanor tested. Chidi approved!

From The Office to Your Office!

Ever wanted to look off into the camera as something ridiculous happens? Well now you can be one step closer. Benjamin Moore’s Deer Field is the beige to really capture that monotone office feel.

Deer Field (1159)

Note: for special occasions, bland signs and monochromatic balloons match very well with this colour! Perfect for awkward office parties and one-on-one interviews.

Benjamin Moore Calming Blue: Woodlawn Blue

Alyssa wanted to share one of Benjamin Moore’s most timeless blues this #StaffPickMonday, Woodlawn Blue! It is a beautiful blue perfect for any living space, and looks amazing with a soft white trim and built-ins!

The Perfect Colour

…The key to finding the perfect colour is to find your starting point, whether it’s a fabric you have fallen in love with or a piece of art or an area carpet.  You need a beginning to create a middle and finally you will achieve an end result you can be proud of. 

The wall colour is really the final hoorah, it will tie everything together while making a statement or creating a subtle mood.  

As everyone knows, grey has been trending for quite sometime now.  We are finally infusing grey with bolder colours such as navy, citrine, blush, and jewel toned greens. These rich tones are making a comeback and have been forecasted in fabrics that were released for spring 2020.

How you choose to use these colours will set the tone in your room.  The quieter wall colour will create almost a gallery appearance  allowing the surrounding furniture and art, area carpets and fabrics to shine.  A bolder wall colour will demand attention.  Adding quieter accessories will help to create balance in the space…

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