Today I’m going to share with you five living room paint ideas with Benjamin Moore greige paints that will transform your living room instantly.
I’m going to show you what they look like and what you need to know before deciding if any of these beautiful greige paint colors could be the one that you use to paint your dream living room.
Greige paints are trending right now, both Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams have a lot of options. I want to share with you some greige paint colors that I've personally worked with on a variety of homes in North America and give you my professional view on how these paint colors work.
Here is a quick list of paint colors that I'm going to talk about in the video down below: Pale Oak, Wind's Breath, Balboa Mist, Feather Down and Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore. All of them are unique, have different undertones, and require a specific type of interior decor and fixed elements to make them work in a home.
If you've been following me lately or have watched any of my videos there are two words that I use almost all the time, furnished items (your interior decor) and fixed elements (flooring, cabinets, countertops, etc.). I say this all the time; you must always compare other colors to one another because it will react differently every time because it's the undertones that are underneath a color that will influence the outcome.
Yes, lighting (natural and artificial light) plays a part but not as much as you think instead it's about pairing the right paint colors that will flow with the undertones you may have in your room. I have some other living room paint ideas that you might want to check out here if you're curious about beige paint colors.
I want you to paint your home right the first time and to avoid the costly mistakes that many homeowners make all the time.
If you want to save time, save money and paint your home right the first time then you should check out this link right here, I show you how I can help you create the perfect color palette without ever stepping a foot in your home regardless where you live in North America.