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Let’s start with Ben Moore’s # 709 Heavenly Blue.  It’s soft and calming, but offers enough color to keep you interested.  Not the least bit dull, despite this image.  I could see this in a dining room with long linen curtains, a rich mahogany table and nailhead trimmed wingbacks.

Heavenly Blue - Benjamin Moore "This is the color of the sky in Old Master paintings, when the varnish has yellowed; it's luminous. Paint just the floor and you'd feel as if you were floating.

Banish beige with quietly colored mineral tones. These natural hues are today's hottest "new" neutrals, offering serene, soft options for your walls...I love color but sometimes soft neutrals are the way to go for a super soothing feel.

Decorate with Nature's Neutral Colors

Banish beige with quietly colored mineral tones. These natural hues are today's hottest "new" neutrals, offering serene, soft options for your walls.I love color but sometimes soft neutrals are the way to go for a super soothing feel.

Benjamin Moore Stonington Grey - Entrance hall, powder room, laundry / mud room, upstairs hall, guest bath, one bedroom up, basement and guest bedroom.

stonington grey moore A lot of people rave about this color but in my house, it looks entirely too blue.

"In a small room, my instinct is always to go jewellike. This dark peacock blue is one of my favorites, especially when it's on all of the millwork as well as the walls. A gloss finish makes it feel instantly grand. Add a drippy chandelier and a pair of chairs covered in platinum leather for martini sipping." —Heather Garrett   - HouseBeautiful.com

The Only Color You Should Ever Use in a Small Space

Benjamin Moore Oasis Blue "In a small room, my instinct is always to go jewellike. This dark peacock blue is one of my favorites, especially when it's on all of the millwork as well as the walls. A gloss finish makes it feel instantly grand.

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