Benjamin Moore Manchester Tan Color Review

Benjamin Moore Manchester Tan Color Review

Today's color review is Manchester Tan by Benjamin Moore. I’m going to show you the undertone of this color, what it looks like in a North and South facing rooms and what you should know about this color before deciding to paint it in your home.

Beige paint colors are making a comeback, and I’m not talking about the old beige paint colors from the past. The old beige paint colors had yellow, orange, or pink. It was all the rage in the ’90s and even early 2,000’s depending on what part of the country you live in.

I don’t need to read a blog or magazine to make this statement. I can say this because I work with clients all over North America and I can personally tell you I’ve seen an increase with beige paint colors in homes from the West Coast to the East Coast. The right beige color can make your home timeless and far from boring.


Benjamin Moore Manchester Tan Color Review


 Almost any paint color by itself can be dull. Many people think if you paint color on the wall, it will magically make your room look beautiful. I always say never pick a paint color because it’s popular instead choose the right paint color that will pair perfectly with both your fixed and furnished elements in your home.

Let’s take a closer look at Manchester Tan and talk about the undertone in the video below.



Now you know about the undertones and how Manchester will react when it comes to lighting. Even more critical is comparing Manchester Tan with your fixed and furnished items that you may have in your home. If you don't do this correctly, it could end up being a costly mistake, and I don't want that to happen to you. 

Here are some other beige paint colors you should review; Canvas Tan by Sherwin Williams or Shaker Beige by Benjamin Moore, to name a few. 

If you need help finding the perfect paint color for your home and want it to be professionally done. Feel free to check out this link right here to find out how I can help you without ever stepping a foot in your home regardless where you live in North America.