Looking to paint a room in your house? With thousands of wall colors out there, picking out a paint color and choosing a color palette can be pretty overwhelming—whether you’re looking to paint an entire wall or just an accent wall or trim. So, we find that it always helps to have some help narrowing in on color options
We’ve been fans of Benjamin Moore paint colors for a long time, so we decided to round up the 13 most popular paint colors by Benjamin Moore. And, we’re not just showing you paint swatches here—we’ll also show you what these best-selling paint colors look like in different rooms so you can see how the hues interact with different furniture and decor.
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Read on for our top picks of Benjamin Moore popular colors—and get ready for some major color inspiration.
1. Edgecomb Gray
Edgecomb Gray is one of our go-to shades of gray. A timeless color with a modern edge, this earthy, organic neutral is visually soft and has a stylish bent. The timeless nature of Edgecomb Gray means it works well in any room—but we especially love it in entryways and hallways if you’re looking for a versatile neutral color.
This hue works well with other warm colors and materials, like leather and warm wood tones. Edgecomb Gray looks best when used as a full room color—and it’s neutral enough that it can be used even in very large spaces.
2. Hale Navy
This is one classy shade of blue. Hale Navy is a deeply saturated shade of navy blue that gives off some major nautical vibes. It’s a timeless classic if ever there was one. But depending on what it’s paired with, it can actually take on a pretty trendy vibe since it’s such a bold color. But since this is such a bold color, it’s best to keep other colors in the space more neutral and opt for a simple color palette so nothing else in the room is majorly competing with the wall color.
It’s a great color for almost anywhere in your home that you want a soothing but bold pop of color—but we especially love to see it in living rooms and blue bedroom designs. It’s also a great color for molding or an accent wall vs an entire room! Hale Navy works particularly well in transitional, modern rustic, and traditional spaces.
3. Hawthorne Yellow
Looking for a cheery yellow? Hawthorne Yellow is just the thing. This soft and bright shade of yellow is like a perpetual ray of sunshine in your home. With a slight gray undertone, it’s a universally appealing shade of soft yellow which we especially love to see in nurseries, bathrooms, and kitchens.
Hawthorne Yellow is soft enough to be used in a whole room if you use yellow sparingly elsewhere in the space. But it’s also a fun, poppy color for an accent wall if you’re going for a colorful, eclectic space. This color goes really well with transitional, eclectic, and coastal design styles.
4. Revere Pewter
Revere Pewter is a light gray with warm undertones. This classic shade offers a restorative sense of calm to any room. (In fact, we named this color the best cozy neutral in our Benjamin Moore neutral paint colors round-up!) We love this color in open floor plans, where it can span from one space to the next. This versatile color looks good in almost any space.
Because of its calm and serene essence, Revere Pewter looks especially great in homes with rustic and transitional styles—but it can truly work with almost all design styles. It looks great with crisper white trim and can jive with all hardware finishes, from brass and bronze to silver and pewter!
Want a slightly lighter shade? Pale Oak is super similar to Revere Pewter, but just a touch lighter.
5. Hunter Green
Hunter Green is having a major moment in the trend spotlight. Currently considered a “new neutral,” this shade of green can enliven almost any style or space. This color pairs beautifully with wood tones in traditional and modern rustic spaces—but it’s just at home in a glam space, paired with jewel tones and metallic finishes. It layers well with other colors for an eclectic vibe, but when paired with neutrals, Hunter Green becomes the star of the show.
A bold color, it can be used more sparingly as an accent color—either as a painted accent wall or to highlight architectural elements like a fireplace. But if you want a really bold-colored room, go all out and paint all four walls in this striking and decadent shade of green.
6. Swiss Coffee
Swiss Coffee is part of Benjamin Moore’s Off-White Color Collection—a collection of sophisticated and versatile shades of white that create tranquil and serene environments. A universally appealing shade of warm off-white, this is one of our favorite colors that goes well with almost any space. Swiss Coffee is a soothing and warm color, so it’s especially great for a bedroom, nursery, or home office.
This color goes well with other warm tones—like brass and gold accents, and other colors like peach and sandy brown. The versatile nature of Swiss Coffee means it doesn’t have to only be relegated to walls, but it can also be used on trim and ceilings. This is a great color for almost any style, but it works especially well in boho, eclectic, and contemporary spaces.
7. Wrought Iron
Wrought Iron is part of Benjamin Moore’s Color Preview, a color collection of bold, saturated colors that help enliven your space. And this color does just that. A beautiful charcoal gray, Wrought Iron is a bold color that is perfect for creating cozy and modern spaces—like a living room where you watch TV or even as an accent wall for a trendy nursery color scheme!
We like pairing this neutral color with other neutrals—bright whites look amazing with Wrought Iron, and black brings out the depth of this color. Pairing it with black and white is a fun way to create a gray room color scheme. But we also love layering it with natural woven textures and brighter colors, which pop against this color. Whether you’re using this in a whole room or just as an accent wall, we love the look of a bookcase or shelves layered in front of this wall color.
8. Manchester Tan
If khaki pants were a paint color, it would be Manchester Tan. This color was derived from the sandstone facade and sculptural details of the historic Manchester Town Hall in England. A classic and elegant shade, it’s a true tan that’s great for any space. But it works especially well in a room where you want to add visual warmth—like a bedroom, dining room, or family room.
Manchester Tan really pops against white and warm wood tones—whether those are in furniture or finishes. It’s a perfect color for transitional, rustic, and minimalist spaces.
9. Palladian Blue
Palladian Blue almost rides the line between blue and green. This soft, airy hue evokes the feeling of where the sky meets the sea, with a tint that Benjamin Moore says is a touch of mother of pearl. If you’re into pastel colors, this is definitely a color worth trying on.
This color is soft and doesn’t overwhelm a space, so it looks beautiful all over, popped against crisp white trim. Since it’s such a light shade of blue, it can be paired with dark blue accents for contrast. Palladian Blue is perfect for nurseries and sunrooms, or any space in your home that is bright and cheery. It suits many design styles, including coastal, eclectic, and even traditional.
10. White Dove
White Dove is a classic white and a fan favorite of many Instagram influencers and bloggers. This classic, softly shaded white is light and luminous. While white walls are particularly popular in modern and minimalist homes, this soft shade of white goes well with any style. We especially love White Dove as a calming shade for bedrooms and nurseries.
Many people love this shade for ceilings, moldings, trim, and doors—but it also looks beautiful on walls and can be used as a lovely neutral backdrop.
Looking for a shade of white that’s just a little cooler? Check out Chantilly Lace.
Read Next: How to Decorate a White Room
11. Van Deusen Blue
Van Deusen Blue is part of Benjamin Moore’s Historic Color Collection—a collection of 191 time-honored hues comprising their most popular palette, inspired by America’s historic landmarks. This is a refined and elegant shade of blue that definitely leans traditional. It looks great when used as the main wall color in a space—especially if the room has molding or classical architectural details.
But it’s not just for the traditional and classical spaces; Van Deusen Blue can also come to life in contemporary spaces and modern rustic style. We love this color in bedrooms, as it’s a muted but punchy color that has a very soothing vibe.
12. Saybrook Sage
Saybrook Sage is also part of the Historic Color Collection. This soothing, elegant shade of green works well in bright spaces, like an open living room, a sunroom, or a nursery. (Though it also made our list of best Benjamin Moore bedroom paint colors.) Natural materials and wood tones complement soothing earth tones like this.
We love using this color as an accent for a cool, fresh space, or painting an entire room this color to give the whole space a serene vibe. Saybrook Sage works well in transitional, minimal, and coastal spaces because of the bright, fresh nature of this color.
Ready to up the ante? Caliente is a vibrant and charismatic shade of red that brings some serious energy to your space. A very bold hue, red room color schemes can feel difficult to pull off, but this color looks great in kitchens and dining rooms. But if you feel so inclined to use it in your bedroom, stick to an accent wall—otherwise such a bold red will overwhelm your space.
Caliente goes well with modern styles, but it can also hang with traditional design elements. We recommend balancing this spicy color with neutrals, like black and white, and metallic touches, like brass or silver.
Want to explore even more Benjamin Moore colors? Check out the Benjamin Moore 2021 Color of the Year. Or start a Modsy project and try on any of these popular paint colors in a 3D model of your exact room! You’ll work one-on-one with an interior designer who can help you pick the perfect paint color for your space.