/ 204 Paints
The blue-gray paint color from Behr, inspired by the moon's surface, is the new favorite neutral that comes with a more intense and updated approach to softness and freshness.
The neutral green from BM diluted with gray and blue is a timeless splash of color that exceptionally embodies traditions and no less impressively replicates the modern approach to design.
The good old greige from SW with deep notes that may reveal a slight green hint is the perfect more intense alternative to the modern neutral paint colors.
The pretty dark shade of taupe, regarded also as beige, from Sherwin-Williams is a perfect alternative to usual greiges, prevailing in softness and style.
This off-white variation features a light gray base penetrated by a slight lavender scent that perefctly resonates with the silverish satin texture.
A new slightly warm variation of white from Behr that is a perfcet choice for lovers of unique paint colors that keep their neutral base.
This soothing mix of blue and gray slightly touched by green repliactes serenity to the fullest. Its relatively deep notes induce tranquility and add an exceptional sense of originality.
The seemingly neutral base of this timeless gray is penetrated with slight warm notes that offer it softness. Resembling the crushed ice texture, this shade does not feel icy but rather seem an updated light variation of gray.
This pearly off-white shade features a well-balanced white base diluted with warm beige notes and a few particles of neutralizing gray. The paint color as a whole feels exceptionally soft and refined.
The defining feature of this paint color is the light blue-green base underlined by a slight gray hint. It does not feel icy cool but rather softly cool, giving a subtle rainy-scented vibe.
This fabulous shade from Behr has a minty green base diluted with a subtle blue hint and covered with a smoky surface that offers a soft effect.
A fabulous mix of light beige, a bit played down by the tiniest gray particles and penetrated by the slightest purple hint.