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Gray Living Room: Blue silk taffeta curtains and a sofa covered in porcini silk velvet stand out against a quiet lavender gray paint like Benjamin Moore's Violet Pearl 1451. Blue Silk, Colors Combos, Living Rooms, Curtains Rods, Window Shades, Colors Palettes, Colors Combinations, Blue Draping, Gold Curtains
Designers Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe brought a punch of color to the kitchen by painting the island a rich green — Benjamin Moore's Jade Green.
The master bath of an Atlanta residence by Suzanne Kasler and William T. Baker is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Violet Pearl, and features Waterworks tub fittings.Pin it.
Family Room Wall by fireplace "This soft green (BENJAMIN MOORE AGANTHUS GREEN 472) has a wonderful mossy quality. It feels like a cool walk through a deeply shaded woods. I like the way it grounds a room. Anything looks good against it — blues, reds, corals, browns. How can you do better than a color found in nature?" -Phoebe Howard
Coral Reef 012 by Benjamin Moore "Don't give guests a white room — they probably have that at home. Take a chance on this bright coral, softer than orange and more hip than pink. Very Palm Beach and lobster salad on a summer day." — Scott Sanders
Try blue and green for walls and trim. "I like washed-out blue walls, surrounded by the most heavenly shade of green for the trim. It reminds me of the changing colors of the ocean on a sunny day, or the sea glass you find when you're strolling on the beach." –Jennifer Garrigues
Natural Green"This reminds me of green grass, green trees. It mimics nature, so it has a soothing effect. And it's happy because it's a real color — it's not grayed down. The light streaming in makes it more yellow during the day, and when the sun goes down, it becomes more blue. Green is fascinating — it's warm and cool at the same time." -Katie Ridder Soothing Green 535, Benjamin Moore