Benjamin Moore Stone Hearth Color Review
Today's color review is Stone Hearth by Benjamin Moore; I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, why you need to compare Stone Hearth with your fixed and furnished items that you may have in your home. I'm also going to give you three tips you should know before painting your home with Stone Hearth.
For those of you that are looking for a paint color that is warmer than a gray but cooler than beige then you might want to check out the taupe family of colors. Afterall taupe is everywhere these days you can find it in flooring, furniture, rugs, and accents, to name a few.
Chances are your favorite retail store is selling interior décor made with weathered wood, and that falls in the taupe category. The question is, what is the best interior paint color for your home? I always say it depends what you have in both your fixed or furnished items in any given room. Let’s find out if this taupe paint color is the right one for your home.
How many of you know what makes a taupe color a taupe? Maybe some of you know the answer then again perhaps some of you still find it confusing. I don’t know about you, but I’m a visual person. I need to see something to fully grasp the concept of what’s being explained. The best way to describe it is to show you in the video down below.
Stone Hearth can be a powerful interior paint color that can elevate any space from looking average to elegant almost immediately assuming you know how to pair this paint color correctly.
Here are two other taupe paint colors that I recommend you should check out; Pale Oak by Benjamin Moore or Balanced Beige by Sherwin Williams.
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