Looking to freshen up your main area? Try Sea Salt! (CSP-95) 🐚🌊 Available in all Aura interior products by Benjamin Moore
(via: Hanley Development)
The cool undertones of Sea Salt make it a perfect neutral to pair with cool blues and indigos. We love this look mixed with lot’s of pattern and textures in accesories.
Walls: CSP-95 Sea Salt Cabinets: HC-146 Wedgewood Gray both by Benjamin Moore.
Benjamin Moore shows you how to do a grand entrance, in 3 different colours. Which one do you like?
- Stairs, trim + wainscotting: OC-117 Simple White
- Walls: OC-32 Tapestry Beige
- Accent: HC-166 Kendall Charcoal
- Stairs, trim + wainscotting: AF-45 Collector’s Item
- Walls: 2111-40 Taos Taupe
- Accent: HC-71 Hasbrouck Brown
Stairs, trim + wainscotting: HC-170 Stonington Gray
- Walls: 2108-70 Lacey Pearl
Accent: 2130-30 Almost Black
CC-490 Stone Hearth
This popular taupe by Benjamin Moore is warm and has undertones of brown. It’s a light to medium tone and looks fantastic with hardwood flooring and brick when used on exteriors. Looking for a nice neutral tone for a hallway or common area, this taupe will likely work great with the other warm paint colours of adjoining rooms.
HC-87 Ashley Gray
This Canadian classic is softer than the above taupes, it has more of a gray base and less brown to it. This colour is a favourite for stagers and people selling their homes. It usually compliments most flooring, stone and fabrics.
A wall in AF-155 Weimaraner by Benjamin Moore complements the wood textures on the floor and ceiling beams in this dining room.
Choose colors with confidence. We’ve taken the guesswork out of selecting colors with the Affinity Collection, a palette where all of the colors work together harmoniously.
Shelves painted in AF-270 Nightingale
How welcoming is this colour combination in the entryway?
Paired with AF-170 French Press, CC-516 Flagstone, 2111-50 Stone Harbour, and OC-121 Mountain Peak White.
One of the things designer Marisa Howard is best known for taking an outdated space and giving it new life. This summer she transformed a living room that had not been touched since 1985, and in the end was able to give her client that bright and happy space she needed.
By creating a monotone backdrop, the colourful pieces were able to really pop. On the walls she used Benjamin Moore’s Frappe (AF-85) and accents in teal, orange and chartreuse green.