You’ll never get sick of these—promise.
These shades pass our test with flying colors.
Just like some of our hairstyles over the years, certain paint colors drift in and out of style. To avoid yet another paint job in the near future—or rather than waiting for lime green to become trendy again—we suggest sticking with these versatile classics throughout your home.
A GRACEFUL GRAY
On a recent episode of Buying & Selling, the kitchen cabinets needed a sleek upgrade. Our solution: painting them a uniform, elevated color that blends with the rest of the main floor. Enter Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray, which the popular paint company describes as a “well-dressed gentleman”—we can’t argue with that!
A NOT-SO-BRIGHT WHITE
During the first challenge Brother vs. Brother Season 6, Jonathan coated his living room and foyer walls in Kelly Moore Cloud White. The shade’s slightly grayish undertones allowed the space’s standout features—a plaster fireplace wall and a stunning moss installation—to steal the show.
A SOFT BLUE-GREEN
In the same season of Brother vs. Brother, Drew was seeing green in one of his guest bedrooms. He opted for a light mint shade on the walls and went a touch darker on the ceiling for a cool contrast—he actually painted and repainted, finally finding perfection in Benjamin Moore Grenada Villa. This soothing shade would also look good in a modern kitchen or splashed across a front door.