We’re always looking for design inspiration, and we know you are too. That’s why for each new season, we like to share the paint colors we used in our seasonal rooms. In this post, we’re sharing all of the colors from our Winter 2018 catalog. Because we shoot in real homes, we’re not always at liberty to paint the walls, and in those cases, we’ve chosen paint colors that best match the wall color in the photo. Please be aware that color may vary due to various light conditions, finish and other factors. It’s always a great idea to test a paint sample on your wall first.
Benjamin Moore’s Lucerne, #AF-530
If you want to create a cozy space, say in a library or guest bedroom, a dark wall color is a choice. There’s something about a navy, black, or dark brown wall that just feels like it’s wrapping you in a hug. We chose Lucerne by Benjamin Moore because it has a little bit of gray in it, so it feels soothing, while still packing a dramatic punch.
Benjamin Moore’s Bunny Gray, #2124-50
Sometimes you want a little bit of pigment on the wall, but you want it to feel soft and not compete with the other colors in your decor. We love using gray in those cases, and because we were accenting with navy, we chose Bunny Gray which has a touch of blue in it.
Benjamin Moore’s Alabaster, #876
In cooler months, we’re just dying to warm everything up. We open the blinds to let in natural light, inject the space with plants and flowers, and we chose a white paint color with a touch of yellow to it. The creaminess of Benjamin Moore’s Alabaster makes each room feel like it’s flooded with sunlight, exactly what we’re looking for as the weather warms.
Sherwin Williams’ Gecko Green, #SW 6719
We just could not get enough green this season. In solid linens, outdoor fabrics, and in floral prints, we were thrilled to splash rooms with a greenery and color. On the walls, Sherwin Williams’ Gecko Green feels lively, unexpected, and offers a great backdrop for neutral pieces.
Benjamin Moore’s Exotic Pink, #2003-60
When designer Bunny Williams wanted to paint the walls of her dining room pink, we were instantly on board. It’s a bold backdrop for her botanical prints and casts a flattering light to guests at the dinner table.
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