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Benjamin Moore Silver Fox. Put Rockport Grey up in a bedroom...too dark. This looks more like what I want

Benjamin Moore Silver Fox. Put Rockport Grey up in a bedroom...too dark. This looks more like what I want

Fabulous kitchen features gray cabinets painted Benjamin Moore River Reflections accented with Restoration Hardware knobs and pulls paired with honed carrera marble countertops and white subway tiled backsplash. A gray kitchen hood stands over herringbone tile cooktop backsplash over an induction cooktop beside a gray paneled refrigerator.

Fabulous kitchen features gray cabinets painted Benjamin Moore River Reflections accented with Restoration Hardware knobs and pulls paired with honed carrera marble countertops and white subway tiled backsplash. A gray kitchen hood stands over herringbone tile cooktop backsplash over an induction cooktop beside a gray paneled refrigerator.

Benjamin Moore Seapearl - Inherently sophisticated and endlessly versatile, the Off-White collection offers subtle nuances of whites that suit tranquil, serene environments as well as creates color-enhancing accents for dynamic spaces.

Benjamin Moore Seapearl - Inherently sophisticated and endlessly versatile, the Off-White collection offers subtle nuances of whites that suit tranquil, serene environments as well as creates color-enhancing accents for dynamic spaces.

BENJAMIN MOORE HANCOCK GREEN HC-117: "This is one of those great 18th-century French greens. It could be the silk on Madame de Pompadour's dress. Green, when it doesn't go too yellow or too blue, is the complete neutral. I can't think of a color it wouldn't work with. Great with red. Absolutely fabulous with aubergine or chocolate brown. I love it in an entrance hall because then you can jump off in any color direction for the other rooms." -Pamela Banker   - HouseBeautiful.com

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BENJAMIN MOORE HANCOCK GREEN HC-117: "This is one of those great 18th-century French greens. It could be the silk on Madame de Pompadour's dress. Green, when it doesn't go too yellow or too blue, is the complete neutral. I can't think of a color it wouldn't work with. Great with red. Absolutely fabulous with aubergine or chocolate brown. I love it in an entrance hall because then you can jump off in any color direction for the other rooms." -Pamela Banker - HouseBeautiful.com

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