Top 5 Best Neutral Paint Colors!
Finding the perfect neutral paint color can be difficult, especially when trying to match it to your homes current color scheme! It is hard to know which paint colors will work well together to create a seamless color palette for a home. I wanted to talk about the Top 5 Best Neutral Paints Colors from Benjamin Moore that I use in our renovations or recommend to home sellers.
Showing off just a few paint colors would not be as helpful for someone who is looking to give their whole home a fresh new look! For each of the 5 neutral paint colors that I feature I also created a coordinating color palette with their own theme. From Beige Neutrals to Something Blue, we have a great selection of neutral paint colors that are sure to give you some ideas for your next remodel.
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NIMBUS 1465 by Benjamin Moore
Nimbus is a beautiful neutral greige, making it an easy go-to color! This paint blends seamlessly in any home and gives warm tones without giving your whole space a yellow hue. The gray undertones help to balance out the brown without looking muddy!
This Benjamin Moore paint color works beautifully as an earthy color scheme. I wanted Nimbus to be paired with a lighter neutral beige and two soft greens for color and contrast! The Light Pewter is another similar greige but much brighter, while October Mist and Sweet Spring have the color affects as the two greiges do. One acts as the darker neutral paint color and the other as the lighter paint color.
QUIET MOMENTS 1563 by Benjamin Moore
Quiet Moments is a calming mix of blue, green & gray. This soothing shade creates a look of simplicity and oozes tranquil vibes into any space it is used in!
This neutral Benjamin Moore paint color works well in a relaxing color scheme. Since Quiet Moments is more of a muted color, I wanted to make sure I added a fun pop into this color palette for all my bold paint color lovers! Stratton Blue looks stunning next to Calm and Collingwood which helps give this color scheme a beachy feel.
REVERE PEWTER HC-172 by Benjamin Moore
Revere Pewter is considered a light gray with warm undertones, but it is more of a true beige that has some sneaky yellow and green attributes. This paint color is such a classic and is a great transitional color that is perfect for an open floor plan!
This Benjamin Moore paint color can be used in an all greige neutrals color scheme. By simply incorporating other neutral colors, with similar undertones, it is easy to create a sophisticated timeless color palette! Wind’s Breath, Thunder and Briarwood are great additions to this scheme because of their versatility and contrast.
STONINGTON GRAY HC-170 by Benjamin Moore
Stonington Gray has some blue undertones, and next to certain paint colors can look slightly blue-green. Don’t let this scare you off! Stonington Gray is just like other gray paint colors, whatever you put the color next to, it can take shape and pick up on those undertones. It can look like a true gray, a blue-gray or blue-green. Anyway you use this paint color, it always looks gorgeous!
This Benjamin Moore paint color can shine in a shades of gray color scheme. Because of the gray-blue-green undertones, Half Moon Crest and Boothbay Gray are amazing paint colors to use in this color palette! I wanted to make sure that this color palette did not get too dark, so incorporating Classic Gray brings just enough warmth back into the scheme while still having a gray undertone.
WEDGEWOOD GRAY HC-146 by Benjamin Moore
Wedgewood Gray is by far one of the most popular Benjamin Moore paint colors out there today! It looks absolutely stunning on interior walls, exteriors, or even front doors! This paint color is a blue-gray color with just a little bit of green in it.
This Benjamin Moore paint color is the star of our something blue color scheme. There is something wedding-like about these colors together, but they would all work beautifully in a home! Brewster Gray would be a great dining room color with crisp white wainscoting. Gray owl and White Ice remind me of wedding bands and lace on a wedding dress, however, they act as a neutral balance against bolder personalities of the other blue colors.
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