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Perfect Grays. Links to more paint colors. Down Pipe (#26) from Farrow and Ball  A rich, darker gray

Perfect Grays. Links to more paint colors. Down Pipe (#26) from Farrow and Ball A rich, darker gray

Smokey Taupe BENJAMIN MOORE SMOKEY TAUPE 983: "This is the color of a beautiful Belgian linen. Very classic. Not too light and not too by lorid54

Smokey Taupe BENJAMIN MOORE SMOKEY TAUPE 983: "This is the color of a beautiful Belgian linen. Very classic. Not too light and not too by lorid54

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

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

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

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

9 of 27  Share    LOOKING FOR MORE OF THE SAME?  DKC-62  "At first glance, this is a soft grayish putty. Then its golden undertones unfold as it catches the light and it radiates with warmth. It's like pale ashes with hidden embers glowing beneath them. It's an old warmth, and the color is always changing." -Tori Golub  Pictured, Donald Kaufman Color Collection's DKC-62

9 of 27 Share LOOKING FOR MORE OF THE SAME? DKC-62 "At first glance, this is a soft grayish putty. Then its golden undertones unfold as it catches the light and it radiates with warmth. It's like pale ashes with hidden embers glowing beneath them. It's an old warmth, and the color is always changing." -Tori Golub Pictured, Donald Kaufman Color Collection's DKC-62

"In a house by the ocean we painted the kitchen this beautiful, changeable gray that spans the arc from green to gray to blue, depending on the light. Then we chose a pale, pale lavender for the trim. It's rather ethereal and very luminescent, as if it has an inner glow." –Cheryl Katz

"In a house by the ocean we painted the kitchen this beautiful, changeable gray that spans the arc from green to gray to blue, depending on the light. Then we chose a pale, pale lavender for the trim. It's rather ethereal and very luminescent, as if it has an inner glow." –Cheryl Katz

Gray and Lavender combination for walls and trim. It's perfect for a beach house because the gray changes depending on the light, the lavender is very luminescent.    Farrow & Ball Hardwick White 5; Benjamin Moore Heaven 2118-70

Gray and Lavender combination for walls and trim. It's perfect for a beach house because the gray changes depending on the light, the lavender is very luminescent. Farrow & Ball Hardwick White 5; Benjamin Moore Heaven 2118-70

Donald Kaufman Color (DKC) 37.  "What I like about Donald Kaufman paints is that they're indescribable. They're almost edible colors. This particular shade has green and blue in it, and brown and gray. A February sea blue, that’s what I'd call it. I always use it in flat, so it has this rich velvety quality, like soft moonlight." —Marshall Watson

Donald Kaufman Color (DKC) 37. "What I like about Donald Kaufman paints is that they're indescribable. They're almost edible colors. This particular shade has green and blue in it, and brown and gray. A February sea blue, that’s what I'd call it. I always use it in flat, so it has this rich velvety quality, like soft moonlight." —Marshall Watson

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