Benjamin Moore Muslin Color Review
Did you know that every beige paint color has an undertone? Have you ever painted a beige paint color in your home, and it didn’t turn out the way you hoped it would? Did it feel like there was something off and you can’t figure out why?
Beige paint colors are highly misunderstood, and at the same time, many people make the mistake of pairing the wrong undertone of beige with the undertones that they have in their room. I see this every single day. I get orders online all-over North America, and it’s one of the most common problems I see daily. By the way, it’s one thing to know an undertone of paint color, but there are so many other factors you must consider before picking the right beige for your home.
Today's color review is Muslin by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, I’m also going to show you how this paint color reacts to lighting, and I’m going to give some valuable tips that you should know about Muslin by Benjamin Moore.
There is no such thing as the most neutral beige because it doesn’t exist. Why? Because every beige has undertone and every home has its unique colors and undertones. Anyone who claims that specific beige paint color can work in any home doesn’t understand how to create the perfect color palette for a home.
Today I’m going to talk about Muslin, and by the end of this video, I think you will appreciate how complex paint colors and colors, in general, can be and why it’s not your fault when you get it wrong in your own home.
Let’s take a closer look at Muslin and talk about the undertones in the video down below.
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