Creating a color palette for a home takes skill and years of developing the knowledge on how to create a vision that can utilize what someone has in their room and turn it into a masterpiece. It’s about knowing how to create layers of colors but at the same time, knowing how to use different contrasting colors to create that feeling you're looking for in a room.
How do you want to feel every time you walk in your room? Do you want to feel warm and cozy? Or maybe you want your room to feel open and refreshed?
Today’s color review is Clay Beige by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, also I’m going to give you an idea of what this paint color looks like in a North and South facing room and I’m going to provide you with three tips that help you decide if this is the right color for your home.
Clay Beige is a greige paint color despite its name. It’s a greige because it sits between a beige and a gray color. I’m going to show what makes this paint color a greige, and there is one surprising color underneath this color that you should know in the video down below.
There is no doubt lighting will play a role in how this paint color will react in your room; however, I would highly recommend you to make sure you pair this paint color with your fixed and furnished items that you may have in your room. If you don’t match this paint color correctly, it could end up being a costly mistake.
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