Creams and Taupe with gray (think stones) undertones.
Inspired by driftwood.
Benjamin Moore options, above,
And Benjamin Moore's Chelsea Gray, below:
Chelsea Gray in an apartment-what a difference bold neutrals can make!
I was consulting inside a hair salon yesterday, hoping the owner will let go of her peach and green striped in favor of two shades of gray, with black, white, and ocean accents. Her work is quite chic and I hope she allows her space to reflect her work.
I spy silver, gray, and charcoal in this room.
photo via alkemie
Because LIGHT is the biggest consideration in choosing paint color, here are some shades to play with. Keep in mind the light in your space cannot be replicated inside a paint store, so tester pots are key.
Benjamin Moore's Elephant Gray for when you want more silver.
BM's Gray Tint
Do's and Don'ts:
DON'T Do this unless you are really good at visualizing:
Use healthy paint. Benjamin Moore's Aura covers like a dream. It can often take one coat, without primer, and is missing the nasty chemicals found in most big box stores.