Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron Color Review
The color review today is Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron, it’s dark, it’s powerful, and if you know how to use it correctly, it can enhance any space in your home.
I’m going to show you some color comparisons to give you an idea what this paint color looks like, I’m going to show you two examples of how you can use this paint color in your home, and I’m going to give you three tips that everyone should know.
The number one popular paint color people buy across North America are white paints. The second most popular paint colors people buy are neutrals. The third most popular paint colors people buy are colors.
Colors are powerful because they evoke a feeling or a response that you want to feel. Wrought Iron is one of those colors.
The question is, how do you want to feel?
Let’s take a closer look at Wrought Iron and see what this paint color looks like in the video down below.
There are so many ways you can use Wrought Iron, and I’ve had the privilege to work with this paint color in many different applications across North America. You can use this paint color for interiors or exteriors.
Here are three tips you should know.
Tip 1: Your accent wall should be a feature wall. It should be the first wall that someone sees when they walk into a room. Can that rule be broken, yes, any rule can be broken as long as you know what you’re doing.
Tip 2: If you have a small bathroom, use an accent wall to create depth and space.
Tip 3: Your accent color doesn’t have to be a wall; instead, you can use Wrought Iron for built-in cabinets, doors, kitchen islands, sliding doors, and more.
The possibilities are unlimited on what you can do. I can tell you Wrought Iron or any bold color can instantly transform any space as long as you know what you're doing.
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