472 benjamin moore blue Hall Design Photos

Ehrlich Architects
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Boxenbaum Residence
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Questions3
Benjamin Moore's Burnt Caramel is a similar color.
orange benjamin moor burnt caramel is similar
The color- Benjamin Moore burnt caramel
burnt caramel Ben Moore
Benjamin Moore Burnt Caramel ....hmmm...
benjamin moore burnt caramel?
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Alderson Construction
1 Review
Hallway
Ideabooks1,939
Questions4
The hallway is all Benjamin Moore 970, the bedroom beyond is Benjamin Moore 970(1/2).
The color is Benjamin Moore 970 White Down
white down #970 Ben Moore paint
white down #970 by Benjamin Moore ... great colour!
wall color Benjamin Moore 970
Benjamin Moore - 970
“hallway” — cgrear30
S. B. Long Interiors
12 Reviews
Washington, CT, Home
Ideabooks1,959
Questions5
Revere Pewter HC-172 by Benjamin Moore
Like these two with Red and Blue
Ben Moore revere pewter. Greenery arrangement.
Ben Moore revere pewter paint color
Ben Moore revere pewter
Benjamin Moore, Revere Pewter
Ben Moore, Revere Pewter
Benjamin Moore, Revere Pewter
“Plants in mirror” — hesmywatermelon
Kati Curtis Design
Townhouse Renovation
Ideabooks7,605
Questions6
I'm trying to replicate the color of the sideboard and narrowed it down to BM's California Blue, Caribbean Azure and Bermuda Blue. Which one is closest?
To clarify, the original piece was finished in the blue color, and the base was stained. We did NOT modify it from it's original.
The color blue on the vintage piece
royal blue dresser against a turquoise wall
blue on blue and black & white
becomes a cool modern console with a new coat of royal blue paint. Remember to apply a coat of primer first and let it dry completely before applying color.
Your color choices can also be tropically influenced: Consider different shades of blue to take you back to the ocean on a daily basis.
“Blue cabinet” — sgkorwan
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
5 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
Ideabooks84,283
Questions42
People.......read the responses!! The wall paint color is "Barren Plain" from Benjamin Moore. The trim is "Decorator White". This question has been answered several times.
Is called Barren Plain by Benjamin Moore
Gray is a neutral colour so it shouldn't limit your colour choices in surrounding areas. Try and use a lighter warm gray like Benjamin Moore's Light Pewter 1464 and you shouldn't have any problems co-ordinating other colours with it. Hope this helps!
The trim and molding colour is Decorator's white by Benjamin Moore.
“porte noire” — lulu226
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
Hall Pass
Ideabooks13,195
Questions14
What is the color blue on the walls
"I believe its Honolulu Blue by Benjamin Moore"
Can you tell me the paint number of Ben Moore on the wall? Thank you.
I believe its Honolulu Blue by Benjamin Moore
Blue wall color and white molding
Light blue is a popular Colonial color, blending well with bright white trim and gold-tone wood floors.
“White French doors” — tristanrackow
SemelSnow Interior Design, Inc.
Hallway
Ideabooks2,506
Questions5
I believe the color is Benjamin Moore OC-63.
I believe the color is Benjamin Moore OC-63
Benjamin Moore OC-63
Ben Moore-living rm ceiling
“Grey paint” — kn1ckers
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
Botkier residence
Ideabooks5,260
Questions10
Valerie, I am fascinated with the color you used on the stairs and trim. I know you said it is a darker version of Barren Plain. At Ben Moore they offer 10,25 or 50% darker. Can you recall how much darker you had them make the original color?
I went to buy Barren plain Benjamin Moore and the color looked whitish like the walls. Do you know what color you used on the stair way?
Stairs painted equestrian grey, Benjamin Moore
Wall paint: Atrium White: Benjamin Moore.
“Painted stairs” — joannhbrown
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