I recently did post in the paint colors in our home. Click here to view that post. After a bit of trial and error, we’re really happy with the color choices we have on our walls. But I have recently just discovered a gray that has me swooning. Is that a word?
Benjamin Moore London Fog.
We painted the beautiful, warm gray in our new sunroom because we wanted just a touch of color in this bright room. We thought it should work well with our kitchen wall color – Waynesboro Taupe – since the sunroom is right off the kitchen. It was the lightest color on the same color strip as Wainsboro Taupe so we knew they worked well together. But now, I’ve completely fallen in love with London Fog. It goes well with pale blues, greens and taupes. I also painted our kids’ bathroom London Fog and it’s paired with navy, red, beige and wood tones – which works well too. Like it’s darker counterpart, Waynesboro Taupe, London Fog seems to change it’s color a bit depending on the lighting and I think this helps to make it a very versatile paint color.
Here’s a little eye candy of London Fog:
Kitchen cabinets & wall trim color from Dear Lillie.
And a girl’s room also from Dear Lillie.
Bathroom from Sarah Winchester.
More kitchen cabinets from Home Bunch.
A nursery from August Fields.
And a bedroom from Houzz.
And if you’re looking for a new gray paint color for your walls, check out this post from House Updated on how to pick the perfect gray paint. I know colors are subjective, and a lot of times current decor and furniture dictates our wall colors, but consider London Fog – the perfect neutral gray with just the right amount of color. Enjoy!