In my opinion, Benjamin Moore paint colors are by far the highest quality option out there because of the depth of their color range, lasting power over the years, and ease of use. I have used probably 12 cans of Benjamin Moore gray paint throughout my home in the past year as we have gone through a pretty large remodeling project. For every single room, we were able to achieve a deep and rich color payoff after only a single coat of paint. Not to mention we did not use primer! If I could pick a single favorite shade out of all of the ones I used, I would definitely say that the best gray paint colors were Dove Gray and Pewter.
If you are looking for inspiration using Benjamin Moore paint colors, then look no further than this absolutely stunning living room that my partner and I just completed. It took us ages to settle on the perfect Benjamin Moore gray shade to accent the chic modern sofa and arm chairs while being traditional enough to blend in well with the very elegant colonial architecture. When pulled the chip for this shade called Abalone, I knew that I had finally found "the one." It is neutral enough to provide a blank canvas to the design, yet opaque enough to add some depth to the space. This is now one of my favorite Benjamin Moore paint shades and I am absolutely determined to use it in a house again soon.
Help requested! I need some assistance from you lovely people in helping me pick out the right Benjamin Moore paint colors for our dining room. Our contractors told use to only choose from Benjamin Moore colors because they felt that they are the easiest to work with and have the best bang for your buck. They are quite expensive so I was resistant, but here we are. I went and browsed around the selection and quickly became overwhelmed at the number of options. As you can see, I usually choose warm neutral shades and pretty much whatever I find in the decorating pamphlets tucked in amongst the chips in the lowes paint colors section. Ideally, we would like this space to have a more contemporary look than it does now in order to match our new dining room table and chairs.
As a professional decorator, so many clients, friends and family ask me what products and styles do I actually use in my own home. The single item that I recommend to everybody is definitely investing in Benjamin Moore paint colors if you are going to redecorate anything because you can immediately tell the difference in quality and color payoff as soon as you apply the product to your walls. I know it is pricier than other brands but just trust me. Whether you are in to neutral paint colors (like I used in our dining room) or prefer bold and vibrant hues, Benjamin Moore's shade collection always has the perfect options for any space. Not only that but the majority only require a single coat if your walls are prepped correctly.
Before remodeling our house, I never thought that I would really have an opinion on what brand of home improvement products I prefer. That is until I started using Benjamin Moore paint colors to redecorate a few of our rooms. Of course I have dabbled in DIYing before and paint a room or two in my day, but I had never really used a high quality brand before. I was first introduced to these products when the Benjamin Moore color chart at my local paint store was the only one that had the exact shade that I needed to match the area rug I had purchased for our master. As you can see it is primarily a vibrant blue shade so I wanted to pull the dusty taupe color as a nice neutral accent on the walls.
I never thought I would say this with such pride, but I now have a home filled with Benjamin Moore paint colors. Before we took on building our own house I really did not know a thing about paint (or anything else building related). I had heard of sherwin Williams, Behr, and the other brands that always have big displays at home improvement stores but never paid much attention to anything but Benjamin Moore paint prices (expensive!). Now I understand that you definitely get what you pay for even when it comes to something so seemingly simple and uniform like paint. Would you believe that we were able to achieve this much color saturation in both our entryway and living room with just one coat of paint? I figured that with deep blue gray paint colors like this you would need two or three coats in order to get the right shade.