Farrow and Ball: Blazer - "It's exciting and it has a historical reference: the Greek vases, the palace at Knossos, and all that business. I love red, always have, always will. Either you like steak or you like hamburgers." - David Easton from House Beautiful

Benjamin Moore's Raccoon Hollow "We just got back from France, where I couldn't help noticing that everything is painted what I call Avignon taupe — that flaxy natural color that's a little on the gray side." - Gerrie Bremermann

Green & Brown "The reason these colors work so well together is that they're the most natural combination, like the green leaves and brown bark of a tree. I think there's something therapeutic about pale green walls, and the nutty brown trim has an undertone of green. I'd use these in a smaller, more intimate room where you read or listen to music. BASIL WALTER: DONALD KAUFMAN COLOR DKC-63; DKC-50

Verditer Blue paint - Sherwin Williams/Duron DCR078 NRH

Farrow & Ball | Hague blue

Sea Star "I like very pale teal. It's a nice background for highly textured washed-out beige textiles, and together they make a kind of faded beach story, pulling together the greens of the earth, the grays of the sky, and the blue-greens of the water." -Steven Gambrel Pictured, Benjamin Moore's Sea Star 2123-30

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Farrow & Ball, Ballroom Blue "Even if you're nowhere near the sea, this color makes you feel as if you're being lulled to sleep by the waves. It's not blue, not green, but somewhere in between. You will sleep soundly and wake up refreshed." —Susan Zises Green Farrow & Ball Ballroom Blue 24 Read more: http://www.housebeautiful.com/decorating/colors/best-bedroom-paint-colors#ixzz2mC7KUa00

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Lately I'm on this anti-completely-neutral kick. You have to have some seasoning in your rooms. Sangria is good, universal-donor red — not too blue, not too orange, not too dark." -Elissa Cullman Pictured, Benjamin Moore's Sangria 2006-20 Designer-Recommended Reds

Benjamin Moore Natural Wicker: a soft, creamy neutral without reading too yellow

Benjamin Moore Tucson Red - my small foyer is this color, has been for six years, not tired of it yet.

Silken Pine by Benjamin Moore "Pale green is a kind of universal donor. Even our most beige clients seem to respond well to green, probably because it's a color we see so much in nature. This is a soft, celadony green, like a piece of the palest jade. I'll often use it in a master bedroom." -Elissa Cullman

"This cloudy shade of blue with gray undertones reminds me of the quietness of a rainy day, when you can just curl up in bed and relax. It would turn any room into a refuge. Combine it with more intense shades of gray and blue if you want more impact. A salmon or a deep sage would also look stunning against it." —Paul Corrie Benjamin Moore Regal Select Blue Lace 1625

Light Blue "It works well for bedrooms, bathrooms, and especially work spaces, because it's a powerful yet gentle mediator, bringing calm to all that clutter." -Susan Ferrier Pictured, Farrow & Ball's Light Blue 22

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Green Paint: Designers' Favorite Colors Top row, left to right: 1. Farrow & Ball Lime White, 2. Farrow & Ball Vert de Terre, 3. Benjamin Moore Soft Fern, 4. Benjamin Moore Mesquite, 5. Benjamin Moore Pale Vista, 6. Benjamin Moore Nantucket Gray. Middle row, left to right: 7. Benjamin Love these colors

BENJAMIN MOORE GLASS SLIPPER 1632: grayish blue — the blue of a washed-out sky just after a storm has passed. Almost anything looks great with this blue.

Farrow & Ball 1. Charleston Gray 2. Lamp Room Gray 3. Ammonite 4. Purbeck Stone 5. Mole's Breath 6. Elephant's Breath 7. Manor House Gray 8. Skimming Stone 9. Hardwick White