Last night I picked up 8oz paint samplers of four colors for $3 each. Definitely think it was worth spending $15 to double check the paint options, because now I'm totally confused!!
We are thinking gray, or greige, for the living room/dining room and down through the hall. I like gray and think it will go well with the fireplace, but was worried about a cool gray not going with the beige carpet and couch.
The two colors are Benjamin Moore's Light Pewter (lighter) and Revere Pewter (darker). I've seen pictures with Revere pewter in rooms and in no way does it look this dark!!
Granted these pictures were taken at 8pm last night with no natural lighting whatsoever, but still. There Revere is SO DARK!
I think it might have a little more personality than the Light Pewter.
But a whole hallway with Revere Pewter might feel like walking into a cave.
On the other hand, we painted both Light Pewter (left) and Misty Gray (right) in the bedroom.
I couldn't believe it when I put the Light Pewter on the wall. Compared to the hallway, holy moley, it's super dark in this room!
The Misty Gray is even a little hard to see, but I think it might just need a third coat in order to cover the yellow.
All of our walls are currently a really pale cream/yellow, almost a buttercream. They are light, so I had assumed we wouldn't need to prime, but it is really showing through these light gray colors
Above is Benjamin Moore's Yellow Freeze. It was NOT what I was expecting. I might try out the original yellow I had been thinking for the craft room - Moonlight.
This is the Misty Gray we liked for the bedroom.
The yellow that got me thinking...
The green for the bathroom.
Traditional Living Room by San Marino Interior Designers & Decorators Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Cedar Key for the office.
Traditional Living Room by Portland Interior Designers & Decorators Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Well, what do you think?