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Benjamin Moore Fall Inspired Paint Colors

Fall is here and even though it's still 90 degrees outside I spend the weekend digging out the leaf print tablecloths and every pumpkin spice candle I could find. As we look forward to sweater weather, I wanted to put together a few of my favorite Fall inspired wall paint colors perfect for creating cozy spaces.


BENJAMIN MOORE CINNAMON 2174-20

Benjamin Moore Cinnamon
Benjamin Moore Cinnamon

This color is pretty much synonymous with Fall! This earthy orange has a brown undertone so it won't feel sharp. Use it to help large rooms feel more intimate or fill small rooms with color for a dramatic space. Add metallic accents in brass and antique gold then balance with accessories and art in vibrant jewel tones of emerald and loyal blue. Pair with soft cream fabrics for a relaxing and cozy room.


CHESTERTOWN BUFF HC-9

Benjamin Moore Chestertown Buff
Benjamin Moore Chestertown Buff

Shades of gold or yellow can be hard to get right in a space. They often look sharp - especially if the room has a lot of natural light. Benjamin Moore Chestertown Buff has an earthy honey tone which is at the same time soft but cheerful. Pair with mid tone woods like mahogany or dark stains like espresso.


BENJAMIN MOORE WENGE AF-180

Benjamin Moore Wenge
Benjamin Moore Wenge

Under certain lights this deep chocolate brown has an almost violet undertone. Use it to create a cozy corner in any room of the house - it would looks stunning in a small space. TIP: Make the most of this dark shade and minimize contrast in the rest of the room. Use it on walls AND trim for a seamless transition.


BENJAMIN MOORE GLOUSTER SAGE HC-100

Benjamin Moore Gloucester Sage
Benjamin Moore Gloucester Sage

Since green is the most common color in nature, it is very soothing. Benjamin Moore Gloucester Sage is a mossy green part of the Historic Collection. Get creative and use it on kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanity or bookcases to add old charm to your home. Pair with any toned wood and timeless marble in either black or white.


Which of these four shades would you love to try at home?


Looking for more interior wall paint colors? Download a free copy of my Benjamin Moore Paint Color Guide full of tried-and-true shades for every room in the house.







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