Stonington Gray Benjamin Moore
Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray HC 170. Stonington Gray is very comparable to Revere Pewter in depth, however, it's on the cooler side of things as it has a very subtle almost stormy blue undertone. It's SUPER passive and more or less retains its 'cool gray' look. Compared to Revere
I receive so many questions about Benjamin Moore Gray Owl that I thought I would go ahead and do a Color Spotlight on the color to talk through the differences between Gray Owl, Sherwin Williams Repose Gray, Benjamin Moore Stonington and Benjamin Moore Classic Gray because there are some significant differences.
MY GO-TO NEUTRAL PAINT COLORS // PART ONE. January 19, 2015. Selecting the right paint color for your space can be very tricky. It all depends on the amount of natural light, the floor color, other finishes/materials in the space and furniture. Stonington Gray - Benjamin Moore / photo
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Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray HC 170. Stonington Gray is a soft, stormy looking gray. Why do I say stormy? Well, some consultants like to focus on the science of colour (which can be mildly mind-boggling - to put it lightly, but damn they're good at it), while I like to keep things pretty
Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray / HC-170 / #cbccc6 Hex Color Code. The hexadecimal color code #cbccc6 is a light shade of yellow-green. In the RGB color model #cbccc6 is comprised of 79.61% red, 80% green and 77.65% blue. In the HSL color space #cbccc6 has a hue of 70° (degrees), 6% saturation and 79% lightness.