Deep freeze edition ~ Favorite Paint Colors

Hello, friends!  Like most of the country, we're in a deep freeze here in the ridge.  And one of my goals is to get my favorite paint color series started again this year on Tuesdays.  So I thought it would be fun to kick off 2014 Huesday Tuesday with some favorite wintery colors.

All of these are Benjamin Moore colors.  I'm biased, but it's the best paint and the most beautiful colors.

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Although there are quite a few colors with wintery names, I narrowed it down to 4 that complement each other.  I hope you like them!


Benjamin Moore Arctic Gray

Benjamin Moore Arctic Gray.




Benjamin Moore Polar Frost on the bottom cabinets

Benjamin Moore Polar Frost on the bottom cabinets.


Look for more favorite color posts on Huesday Tuesdays. I'll feature the most popular Benjamin Moore colors sold, along with some fun colors for accent walls and furniture.  

Let me know if you have a favorite paint color and I might feature it.  Or if you have a painted space that you'd like me to feature, send me an email and I'll take a look at it!



Thanks so much for dropping by!

XOXOX,


Angie


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2 comments

  1. Love those colors. Check out Ben Moore's Metro Gray--it's a gray with violet undertones. Very soft and calming and in my dining room and I love it!

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  2. BM is the only paint we use. No other comes close for us. Love your selections. We like Bleeker Beige as one of many colors.

    Cynthia

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