Today's color review is Grant Beige by Benjamin Moore, and I’m going to show you the undertones of this beautiful paint color and what it looks like in a South-North facing room. Last but least I’m going to give you three tips you should know about Grant Beige before deciding to paint this color in your home.
One of the critical components in creating a beautiful color palette in a room is to evaluate the different textures and colors you may have in your room. It could be your kitchen countertop, maybe it’s your living room floor rug, or it could be a beautiful art piece on your wall.
The next step is knowing what shades and hues will pair perfectly with your fixed elements and interior décor. One of the hallmarks of creating a beautiful room is knowing when and how to create the perfect color contrast of colors.
Grant Beige is not your typical beige paint color, and it doesn’t have the yellow undertones that many beiges have, and it’s one of many interior paint colors that I use for my online clients who want to create a timeless room that has lots of earthy tones.
I want to show you what this paint color looks like by comparing it to other paint colors so you can see the undertones of this beautiful paint color in the video down below.
Grant Beige is one of many interior paint colors that can work well in either a North or South facing room. The key is to make sure you pair this paint color correctly with the undertones you may have in your fixed and furnished items in any given room.
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