When choosing colours for your home, going a neutral colour on your walls can often be seen as “playing it safe”. Although I love a dramatic wall colour, going neutral can be just as striking.
Neutral walls act as a great backdrop for any decor, accent colours, and furnishings. For those of us who like to change out certain decor pieces when the seasons change, neutral walls are one of your best options.
With so many neutrals available, it's hard to find the right one. To narrow it down, here are 10 of my favourite Benjamin Moore neutrals.
Bleeker Beige: Warm beige with a slight grey undertone. The grey tones the colour down creating a nice softness.
Revere Pewter: Warm grey with a slight yellow undertone. The yellow keeps the light grey warm and makes it very versatile.
Stone Hearth: Warm taupe with a nice balance of red, yellow, and grey undertones.
Inukshuk: Warm taupe with a slight red and grey undertone. Slightly lighter than Stone Hearth.
Muslin: Warm beige with a slight yellow undertone. A new take on the dreaded "builder beige".
Dufferin Terrace: Warm taupe with a slight red and grey undertone. Works with any decorating style.
Shaker Beige: Warm beige with a slight yellow undertone. Great in historical homes.
Stone Harbour: Warm grey with equal amounts of red and yellow undertones. Very easy to pair different colours with.
Silver Fox: Warm grey with a slight red undertone. Looks fantastic when paired with purples.
Thunder: Warm grey with a slight yellow undertone. Works well in contemporary styled homes.
|Wall Colour: Silver Fox 2108-50 (using the Personal Colour Viewer)|