The Best Greige Paint Colors from Benjamin Moore
Check out my favorite greige paint colors all from Benjamin Moore.
Towards the end of last year, you’ll probably recall how we added simple wall moulding to our dining room walls and I was looking for the perfect greige color to paint the panels in. We decided on Edgecomb Gray as it looked best in our home but there were so many close contenders that I thought I would share them with you today.
Here are my favorite greige paint colors from Benjamin Moore.
The Best Greige Paint Colors
Benjamin Moore’s Pale Oak was used on these kitchen cabinets designed by Andrea McQueen. Such a warm and inviting kitchen because of this paint color.
Revere Pewter was painted on these beautiful cabinets from Studio McGee. The color is stunning and harmonious with the gold fixture and hardware.
My friend Deb from Seeking Lavendar Lane used Benjamin Moore’s Stone Hearth on all the trim, interior doors and beams in her home. I love the contrast against the white walls and it makes the whole room feel cozy.
Classic Gray was used on the walls of this beautiful renovation by Scout and Nimble. I didn’t put a paint sample of Classic Gray on my dining room wall and now I wish I had! It’s a beautiful light greige color.
I love these painted floors by my friend Liz of Liz Marie Blog. She painted this harlequin pattern on her mudroom floors with Feather Down (the lighter greige) and Grant Beige (the darker greige). Perfect statement rustic look for Liz’s farmhouse.
Studio McGee painted their own kitchen cabinets Natural Cream by Benjamin Moore. Such a beautiful creamy color full of texture and warmth!
Wind’s Breath is so close to Edgecomb Gray and it was one of our three final paint contenders. I love how Erin from Elements of Style pulls together this cozy room.
Susan from Saw, Nail and Paint painted her stylish living room in Balboa Mist. The color works so well with whites and natural textures.
Collingwood was the paint color of choice in this sophisticated great room designed by Vivid Interior Design. It’s such a beautiful, warm greige.
I painted my own dining room panels with Edgecomb Gray and couldn’t be happier.
I hope this has helped you narrow down your greige paint color choices!
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What paint trim did you use with the Edgecomb Gray? Can you use Benjamin Moore: Oxford White?
Also, what would be a shade darker than Edgecomb Gray?
All the white in my house is Benjamin Moore Simply White. The only way to try white is by trying it with the lighting in your space. I think Revere Pewter would be like a darker shade than Edgecomb Gray.
I was between Edgecomb, Natural cream and winds breath for my kitchen. How do you feel they differ. With natural cream and Edgecomb I couldn’t tell a lot of difference.
It’s all about the undertones of the color. In some lights, it might show more green or grey. If you paint the color on a white board then place it around the room, you can see if there’s any different color undertones. You can find more about samples in this post here: https://somuchbetterwithage.com/white-dove-by-benjamin-moore/
I was told that Natural Cream is like Edgecomb Gray without the purple undertones
I am thinking of painting my kitchen cupboards edgecomb. I will have a white tiled backsplash, white farmers sink, white veined quartz counter top and polished nickel faucets.. I havent decided on the hardware yet. My room’s windows are north and west. The room is dark in the morning and off and on during the day depending upon the sun.
The room is presently painted in a khaki color but I want to lighten the walls…looking at white down right now but not sold on it definitely.
Paint color is something that can only be picked by trying samples in your home. It’s hard to determine any other way. You can find tips in this post about how to try different paint samples in your kitchen: https://somuchbetterwithage.com/white-dove-by-benjamin-moore/
Studio McGee listed “Creamy White” as their cabinet colors.
Absolutely LOVE Edgecomb Gray!! Do have to ask you: do you find that it has “pinky” undertones? Don’t want any pink On my cabinets. TIA!!!!!!