Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige Color Review
The color review today is Balanced Beige by Sherwin Williams, I’m excited to talk about this sophisticated paint color, and I’m going to set the record straight why Balanced Beige is taupe paint color. I’m going to show you what this paint color looks like in a North and South facing room and I going to give you some color comparisons to give you an idea what this color could look like in your room.
Balanced Beige is not a beige color despite the name it’s a taupe.
So what is a Taupe paint color? Taupe paint colors are warmer than a gray but cooler than a beige.
I don’t know about you, but I’m a visual person, so words alone will never do justice about what makes a taupe paint color. Instead, I’m going to show you what makes Balanced Beige a taupe paint color in the video down below.
Now you should have a better idea on what makes Balanced Beige a taupe paint color after watching the video.
Don’t be alarmed about the pink undertone, if you pair this paint color correctly you will not see the pink undertones but at the same time having the pink undertone can be useful when paring it with certain undertones that you may have in your room.
I get a lot of questions from people asking me if Balanced Beige is a cool or warm interior paint color. There is no right or wrong answer because you need to compare this paint color with the other colors and undertones that you may have in your room to find out if it’s going to be cooler or warmer. That's why you should compare Balanced Beige with both your fixed and furnished items that you may have in your room.
If Balanced Beige is too dark and you want to explore some lighter taupe paint colors then I would recommend checking out these two taupe paint colors; Benjamin Moore Wind's Breath or Benjamin Moore Pale Oak.
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