Color of the Day:
Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray
HC-173 / 972 / OC-15
The gray paint color trend is still going strong. Benjamin Moore’s Edgecomb Gray is another one of their most popular neutral paint colors. Edgecomb Gray is both a gray and a beige, which is often referred to as “greige”. If you want more greige paint color ideas, click here. It’s a warm paint color that’s incredibly versatile.
Colors that pair well with Edgecomb Gray
Edgecomb Gray LRV and Color Formula
The formula for Edgecomb Gray consist of yellow oxide, black, and red oxide. How the color looks on your wall, will depend on the type of lighting you have in the space.
It will look light and fresh, without making the room feel dark and dingy. It looks best in a room that gets good natural lighting, or when it’s paired with a nice bright white.
Edgecomb Gray has a light reflectance value LRV of 63.88. What is Light Reflectance Value or LRV? It’s the percentage of light that reflects from a surface. LRV ranges from 0-100; 0 means no light is being reflected, where 100 means
To learn more about LRV, click here.
Have you heard about Samplize?
If you’re trying to pick paint colors, you’ll most likely want to sample the color first. Samplize offers peel and stick samples. These samples are easy, MESS-FREE, and affordable.
A few reasons that I love Samplize:
- You can order online, and samples are delivered right to your doorstep! No need to venture out to the paint store during a pandemic!
- The samples are much more cost-effective. You won’t have to purchase a paint sample, poster board, AND brushes, that people typically use, for paint samples. you’ll save yourself time/energy and money!
- If you want to try samples in different rooms, don’t peel and stick the sample. That way you can hold it up and move it around.
Additional Colors that go with Edgecomb Gray
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