How many of you are looking for a paint color that’s between beige and gray? If that’s the case, then that means you’re looking for a greige paint color. However, finding the right greige paint color for your home isn’t as easy as you may think. Every greige color has its unique touch of color, and often many of these paint colors are known to be chameleons.
Today’s color review is Ballet White by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show what makes this greige paint color unique, I’m also going to show you how it reacts to light in a North and South facing rooms, and I’m going to give you three valuable tips that you need to know about Benjamin Moore Ballet White before painting your home with this paint color.
For those of you who are looking to paint your interior walls a white paint color I recommend you do so with caution. Many homes don’t have the large windows, space, interior design structure, and natural lighting to pull it off. Instead, you might want to take a serious look into all the different types of greige paint colors that are available in Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore or Farrow and Ball.
I’m going to show you what makes Ballet White by Benjamin Moore, a unique greige paint color in the video down below.
It’s essential to create a contrast of colors when it comes to interior decorating with Ballet White. Remember never to expect a paint color to do all the heavy lifting in your room. Interior décor is where the magic happens.
Here are some other greige paint colors you should check out; 5 Living Room Paint Ideas with Greige Paint Colors or Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee.
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