Stonington Gray by Benjamin Moore
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Despite the ever growing popularity of the colour white in interior design, grays are still widely used for wall colours as a neutral backdrop and for many fixed elements. Stonington Gray HC-170 by Benjamin Moore has a slight blue undertone and is one of my favourites to mix with whites and bold colours.
Check out my latest video below where I:
- Compare Stonington Gray to other BM grays
- Select the best whites to use with this gray for your trim and ceilings
- Show you pairings of fabrics that work wonderfully with this colour & how I’ve used Stonington Gray in a clients home
After you watch my video, to get all this information conveniently in one place and to have even more paint colour combinations to use with Stonington Gray, check out my new Stonington Gray Essential Colour Guide. A must have for any colour enthusiast or interior design professional to use as a helpful resource to have easily to hand when needed.
Watch my colour review of Stonington Gray below.
Photos below of Stonington Gray in my clients kitchen and front foyer.
I’ve also created a booklet appropriately named ‘Fifteen Shades of Gray’ which you can download for free! It lists 15 grays by Benjamin Moore, and categorizes them in the three different undertones so it’s simple to understand and use. Download your free guide here.
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