Perfectly Planned Interior Design Vignettes

I've wanted to write a book about this forever.  Why doesn't Benjamin Moore do a book with rooms painted in all of the colors the company offers? Wouldn't it be a best seller itself, and also help sell a lot of paint?  Or maybe they like that it takes me (and you I suspect!) several tries to get just the right shade. No, I don't want to think that about my favorite paint company.  So, since I will clearly never have time to write a book, I will list my personal picks here. [And I know there are other great paint companies out there, especially Annie Sloan for furniture and cabinets, but I like to stick with what I know for walls, which is Benjamin Moore].
Many of these photos are of my house, but the majority are from DecorPad.  However, I have used every single one of these at home or for clients, which is why I can recommend them without hesitation.  Here goes:

Blues & Grays:
best benjamin moore paint colors
Silver Half Dollar x2 Formula
Smoke
Silver Half Dollar
Ice Cube Silver
Silver Ice
Shenandoah
Gossamer Blue
Silver Marlin
Winter Solstice
Wolf Gray
Feather Gray

Turquoise-y:

Bird's Egg
Dolphin's Cove



Greens and Greenish/Bluish/Grayish:

Quiet Moments
Angathus Green
Paris Rain
Wyethe Blue (it's really green)
Stem Green

Whites:

Cloud White
Linen White (cabinets) with Paris Rain (walls)
Graphite
White Dove
Elmira White

Yellows and Tan-Yellows:

Quincy Tan
Monroe Bisque
Monroe bisque
Everlasting

True Beiges:

Shaker Beige
Willow Creek
Shenandoah Taupe
Bennington Gray
Grant Beige
Elmira White

 Browns:

Ferret Brown
Alexandria Beige

Pinks:

Spring Azalea
Rose Petal
*The colors nor represented, like red, purple, and orange, are just ones that I don't have a lot of experience with...nothing against those colors.

I'd love to see your favorites.... Please feel free to send photos to stacy@conspicuousstyle.com, or comment on your favorite colors.

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