Cambria Paint Match Tool

Did you know that Benjamin Moore and Cambria have joined forces to make designer colour selections easy. With millions of colors available, it may seem overwhelming to find just the right shades for your kitchen. This tool will help you see the big picture to choose colors that add contrast, create a mood, and generate harmony.

Benjamin Moore’s design experts have paired wall covering shades to every Cambria design, allowing you to match your Cambria designs to paint colours that are as beautiful as the counters themselves.

Now with more than 100 designs to choose from, Cambria is the industry leader in quartz countertops.

Cambria and Benjamin Moore share the same deep commitment to quality and color innovation, with a constant and consistent focus on future design trends. To find the perfect Benjamin Moore colour for your kitchen or bathroom, CLICK HERE

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Colour Feature ~ Black

Colour Featured: Black Satin  2131-10 by 
Benjamin Moore

Black is a mysterious color that is typically associated with embracing the unknown. It promotes a sense of power and self-confidence, allowing for a clearer view of the world. Black absorbs all colour and it is the absence of light. In colour therapy black gives protection from external emotional stress.

Black helps with anxiety and it helps you to feel safe and secure, the perfect colour for a bedroom or family room. The energy of the planet is chaotic but the colour black always feel firmly grounded.

Black doesn’t have to be on every wall to get the look, a feature wall behind a bed or tv works well too. It will create a statement and a focal point in the room.

This paint colour featured is 2131-10 Black Satin by Benjamin Moore.

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A Lazy Sunday

Blue is calming, relaxing and healing. It’s sedative and perfect in a room that promotes relaxing like a bedroom.

Did you know that an application of blue has the vibrations to help people sleep, who usually suffer from mild insomnia?

This colour blocking really creates a focal point in an otherwise boring bedroom.
This bedroom was calming for Carrie Bradshaw when she needed it most, you may recognize this bedroom from the tv show Sex And The City.
After all the ceiling is a 5th wall to paint a pop colour!
A few colours to compliment Lazy Sunday blue and to mix up the colour scheme.

HOW TO…Paint A Ceiling

Painting your ceiling can seem like a tough task. Learn the best way to paint a ceiling with Benjamin Moore’s simple steps.

Keep in mind that the ceiling should be done prior to painting the walls. You will need a two and a half inch angle sash brush, painters tape, a nine-inch roller sleeve, an extension pole, a pan, a ladder, and Benjamin Moore Waterborne Ceiling Paint.

Mountain Themed Nursery

These nurseries are whimsical and fun, creating a mountain range using paint adds some adventure to any room.

This calming nursery above is painted in White Dove OC-17 and Hale Navy HC-154 in Regal.

Using chalkboard paint as the mountains is such a create way to create the mountains, Benjamin Moore’s chalkboard paint can be made in almost any colour.

This nursery is simple and the colour scheme is very gender neutral.

This is a great inspirational wall, with mountains and trees.


Q & A Thursday: Foyer Transformation

Q & A:

How can I transform this old and boring foyer. We just purchased this century old home that needs a lot of TLC. I have 4 kids so need storage and my favourite colour is green, would that work?

Thank you,

Sarah J from Mississauga,ON

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Hi Sarah,

Your foyer has so much potential. We suggest some custom built-ins to maximize your storage, seating and a few hooks for jackets, etc. A tile floor would be much more practical as well, perhaps a dark slate palette. By painting out the inside of your front door in a deep charcoal will create a focal point as well.

The photo of this foyer below is painted in a nice gray green tone and paired with creamycabinets.Screen Shot 2016-03-18 at 3.16.37 PM

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