Vote For Your Perfect Palette
Everyone has their dream colors to use in their home, but have you found yours yet? When choosing paint colors, wouldn’t it be great to ask for expert help? We asked designers to choose their Perfect Palettes from the wide range of rich Benjamin Moore shades. Whether you’re looking for a color scheme for your whole home or just one room, explore these photos and then check out all of Benjamin Moore’s color palettes.
Once you vote for your Perfect Palette, enter for your chance to win* $600 worth of paint and a Benjamin Moore consultation!
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The first colour in Montreal designer Mélanie Cherrier’s palette shifts to match your space. Cromwell Gray HC-103 is a “noble shade that reads as taupe or green in different lighting.” Graphic artwork and a neutral chair offer a serene space to relax.
There’s nothing quite like a pristine white space. For Mélanie, Decorator’s White CC-20 paint is ideal because it works with both warm and cool colours. Here, a dark desk and brass accents pop against the classic hue.
Inject a subtle touch of colour and dimension into your kitchen or rooms with Wickham Gray HC-171. As Mélanie says, “it calms a room but shines bright at the same time.” A dramatic chandelier and lamps layer glamour into this space, as well.
This is no ordinary gray! For her perfect palette, Nam Dang-Mitchell included Charcoal Slate HC-178. “You can’t beat the elegance and dignity that slate gray brings to a room.” This stunning colour adds depth to a beautiful spa-like bathroom, letting white tile and fixtures pop.
You won’t even think about millennial pink after seeing Odessa Pink HC-59. “This is not a pink for teenagers; it’s a sophisticated, mellow and mature pink.” Nam Dang-Mitchell’s pick works beautifully with warm and earthy accents like those seen in fashion designer Yvonne Koné’s Copenhagen showroom, where Nam spotted a similar shade.
The final addition to Nam Dang-Mitchell’s palette, Templeton Gray HC-161, lets you add soul and depth to spaces. Use it to get the look of the trendsetting Roman and Williams showroom in New York (pictured), where Nam took this photo for inspiration.