The color review today is Sherwin Williams Repose Gray vs Benjamin Moore Gray Owl. These two paint colors are one of the most popular gray paint colors out there. I’m going to show you some key differences about these two paint colors that you need to know and why neither one of them may not be the right interior paint color for your home.
I’ve been doing color consultations for a long time, and I’ve done hundreds of homes. The reason why I’m telling you this is because I want everyone to know that picking a paint color based on the LRV is almost pointless. From an engineering and scientific approach, it can be useful when it comes to designing buildings or any infrastructure, etc..
I’ve rarely if ever have used the LRV to determine if a paint color will work in either the interior or exterior of a home. There is way too much noise about highlighting the importance of LRV.
Instead, the focus needs to be on the following; is the color, cool or warmer, lighter or darker, clean or dirty. Don't forget about the undertones of these two paint colors and be sure to pair them with the undertones that you may have with both your fixed and furnished elements. That's the key to success, not the LRV.
Next, I’m going to show you what Repose Gray and Gray Owl look like in a North and South facing rooms in the video down below.
Repose Gray and Gray Owl are beautiful interior paint colors but not every home is the right fit for these two paint colors. If you want to learn more about Sherwin Williams Repose Gray or Benjamin Moore Gray Owl then feel free to click either link.
If you need help finding the perfect paint color for your home and want it to be professionally done, feel free to check out this link right here to find out how I can help you without ever stepping a foot in your home regardless where you live in North America.