Benjamin Moore HC-79 Greenbrier Beige ~ Jane Lockhart interior Design

I love the warmth and beauty that beige brings to a design scheme.  The perfect beige creates an inviting glow in a room.  When chosen wisely, beige is anything but boring!

Here are just a few of my favorite beige paint colours from Benjamin Moore with green or red undertones:

Greenbrier Beige is a mid-toned neutral with a subtle green undertone.  It looks amazing with dark floors and white trim.


Shaker Beige is another mid-toned neutral.  It has an equal balance of grey, green and red undertones, and reads like a "true" beige.  Shaker Beige is a BM favorite.


Grant Beige is a grey based beige with a slight green undertone.  This colour appears much warmer in a south facing room or under incandescent lighting.


Clay Beige is a light-toned neutral with green and red undertones.  It looks beautiful with browns and blues.


Muslin is a luminous, grey-based beige with red undertones.  It looks lovely in a room with cherry or mahogany wood and silver accents.

It's important to consider what colours already exist in your furnishings and flooring when choosing a neutral paint colour.  Lighting can also influence how the colour will look in your room.

If you want to create a soft and sophisticated atmosphere, these tried and true BM paint colours are a great place to start!

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