Wickham Gray By Benjamin Moore
If you get frustrated looking at the thousands of different paint colours, wondering which hue is best for you, I’m here to help.
In this colour review video of Wickham Gray by Benjamin Moore, I share:
- The undertone of my featured colour
- Colour comparisons in order to easily see the different colour tones
- Best white paint colours for the trim and ceilings
- Beautiful colour combinations to inspire you for your decorating project
After you watch the video, if you would like all this information conveniently laid out for you in one place and have even more paint colour combinations to use with Wickham Gray, take a look at my new Essential Colour Guides. A must have for any colour enthusiast or design professional to have easily to hand when needed.
As a Certified True Colour Expert and an award-winning interior design professional, I’ve worked with many homeowners on various residential design projects. I want to give you the confidence to make educated decisions about your own paint choices. Let’s do this!
Watch the video below of my Wickham Gray Colour Review
We designed this living room below which is painted Wickham Gray by Benjamin Moore. Such a soft and pretty colour, eh?!
This blue-green gray may appear more one colour than the other, depending on the lighting and what other decorative elements you pair with it in your interior decorating project.
Colour Comparisons: Coventry Gray & Edgecomb Gray
Notice from this graphic above that all 3 colours are called gray, but they are each very different from one another? When you compare paint colours you can get a better reading of each one. I tell clients that ‘Fifty Shades of Gray’ really is a thing! HA!
Best Whites To Pair With Wickham Gray
Cloud White by Benjamin Moore
Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore
Simply White by Benjamin Moore
You may have noticed that my best whites for trim and ceilings are always from the same 6 – 8 white paint colours. (Did you recognize that or did I just let the cat outta the bag?)
The reason for this and similarly to many neutral tones, is that we don’t need all of the colours in a fan deck to get the right one. There are a small percentage of paint colours that work time and time again and when you know what they are, you don’t need to continually try to introduce new neutrals or whites.
When I see people doing that or hear designers say, ‘I never pick the same colour twice because I want my clients to always have a unique paint colour and design.’, it means they don’t understand colour.
Think of all the other elements of a space that can be custom or one of a kind. Why do you think Revere Pewter is so popular? Because most people are not creative or boring? No! It simply works with so many fixed elements such as stone and tile as well as coordinating beautifully with many fabrics.
Sorry, didn’t mean to yell. 🙂
Fabulous Colour Combinations with Wickham Gray
Kensington Blue, Burnt Ember, Pashmina
Kensington Blue, Tissue Pink, Woodlawn Blue
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All of these colour combinations shown above are listed in my Essential Colour Guide of Wickham Gray. There are even two more colours in each guide, for a total of ten options to pair with Wickham Gray!
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Interiors By Claire Jefford With Wickham Gray Paint
Photo credit to Stephani Buchman
Which room would be your favourite to use Wickham Gray? Comment below, I always love hearing from you!