How To Use Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray In Your Kitchen

How To Use Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray In Your Kitchen

Today I’m going to share with you how to use Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray in your kitchen, as your room décor color expert I’m going tell you what you need to know about this beautiful paint color and show you some valuable tips that you should follow that will save you time and money. 

Stonington gray is another favorite gray you can find all over the internet, but many of those beautiful kitchen pictures painted with this color are NOT paired correctly. I’m going to show you what I’m talking about and will give you some essential tips you should know.



Stonington Gray has a blue undertone, but it’s essential to compare it with the other paint colors you may have in your kitchen to determine how Stonington Gray will react in your kitchen.

Are you curious how blue Stonington Gray will look in your kitchen? Find out in the video below; it may surprise you. 



Kitchen countertops and backsplashes are one of the most misunderstood elements of a kitchen. Often many countertops and backsplashes clash against one another and the paint colors of your kitchen. If your kitchen seems off or can’t seem to get the right paint color, then chances are the undertones you have are clashing. 

Stonington Gray works better in kitchens that have cool undertones with a lot of natural and artificial lighting. 

Painting your kitchen is a lot more complicated than you may think, but with the valuable tips, you learned in the video should give you a better idea if Stonington Gray is the right color for your kitchen.

There are some other fantastic gray colors that I've talked about in this blog, feel free to check them out if you like, Repose Gray, Edgecombe Gray, Gray Owl, Accessible Beige, and Agreeable Gray to name a few. 

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