{williamsburg colors by benjamin moore}


Historic, Contemporary, Versatile Colors from Benjamin Moore

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When you’re painting your home, oftentimes you want to stick with classic colors that have staying power and won’t go out of style any time soon. Benjamin Moore recently announced its new “Williamsburg” color line, inspired by Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia—American classic meets today’s style.

These colors are based on original pigments from 250 years ago that curators pinpointed and Benjamin Moore recreated. The paints are “historic, contemporary, versatile and pleasing as ever.”

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CW-50 Tyler Gray

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CW-105 Bracken Cream Shelves & CW-590 Williamsburg Wythe Blue on the back of the bookcase

You can receive paint advice and wet samples, sold by pints and quarts.  Wet samples allow you to actually paint a square of your favorite color choices onto a wall in your home. Then you can look at the colors in different lighting situations, with your furnishings and home décor in order to see what color you like best.

Looking at the Williamsburg colors, there are plenty of classic neutrals, including Everard Gold, Finnie Gray, and Cornice Tan, with pops of rich hues, such as Randolph Blue, Geddy Verdigris and King’s Red.

If these colors speak to you but you’d like some further input from trained experts, feel free to contact us for interior paint tips. They offer in-home paint color consultations that you can schedule online—how easy is that?

When it comes to painting your home, a change of color can give a space new life, adding either energy or calm, visual interest and a new feel. It can be a fun project that also gives you a renewed appreciation for your home.

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