Benjamin Moore Wickham Gray Color Review

Benjamin Moore Wickham Gray Color Review

When it comes to gray paint colors, it’s always important to never keep it in isolation. I see this all the time; a wall is painted gray, the night table stand is a weathered gray, the duvet is white with gray patterns, blue throw pillows, and the dressers are weathered gray.  Everything is almost the same shade of gray. Your room will never come alive when you keep any gray paint color in isolation.

You need always to surround gray with other colors to make it come alive. However, you also need to make sure you have the right lighting, interior décor, and fixed elements to pull it off. It’s not as easy as it sounds.

Today’s color review is Wickham Gray by Benjamin Moore, I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, also I’m going to give you an idea on what this paint color looks like in different lightings, and I’m going to provide you with three valuable tips that you should know.


Benjamin Moore Wickham Gray Color Review


The color gray is one of the hardest paint colors to get right when it comes to painting your interior walls. There are so many different undertones when it comes to gray colors, and today, the focus is on Wickham Gray.

Let’s look at the undertones of this beautiful gray paint color in the video below. 



Where you decide to paint this color in your home will have a strong influence on how Wickham Gray will react when it comes to lighting. I always say the lighter the gray, the more unpredictable it will be in any given room unless you know what you’re doing.

Here are some other gray paint colors that I recommend you to check out if you haven't already; Sherwin Williams Silverpointe, Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray, or Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter, to name a few.   

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