You can both be comfortable in your shared bedroom when you select gender-neutral Benjamin Moore paint colors. Start your marital compromise in the bedroom, by creating a space that’s comfortable for both of you. These Benjamin hues are mainly from their Synergy palette. With the addition of black accents, these 2009 Benjamin Moore will work will create a pleasing and relaxing space.
Gender-Neutral 2009 Benjamin-Moore Paint Colors
Benjamin Moore’s Dry Sage
For the main bedroom walls, after you have primed, roll on Benjamin Moore’s Dry Sage. It’s barely green, and infuses an immediate neutrality in the space. Benjamin Moore’s Dry Sage may be used on all of the room’s walls, or use it as a focal point on the wall behind the bed.
Benjamin Moore’s Night Train
For accents on architectural features in the room consider Benjamin Moore’s Night Train. While it sounds dark, it could more aptly be named twilight train. The Night train is a bluish gray, and looks like the color of a moving train in the twilight hours. Use Night Train to paint furniture including matching night stands, and use the same color on mats in picture frames.
This color could also be exchanged with sage and become the main color in the bedroom. For an intimate feeling, visually lower ceilings by using this color on the ceiling.
Benjamin Moore’s Vellum
Adding a color akin to Benjamin Moore’s Vellum will warm up the room. Benjamin Moore’s Vellum is a warm yellow, that is not blinding or bright. This color may be used on trim, or Incorporated into the furniture. Paint a platform bed with this color, and find matching sheets and pillowcases. Use a framed bed, without any canopies, and paint the posts with Benjamin Moore’s Vellum.
Benjamin Moore’s Vellum is also an easy hue to find in rugs and in artwork for the walls.
Benjamin Moore’s White Dove
The neutral hue to use in this bedroom is Benjamin Moore’s White Dove. Paint the ceiling with this soft white. Three walls could also be painted this color, to offset the Dry Sage or Night Train Wall. Keep white accessories to a minimum.
Additional Colors for Bedding and Accessories
If you both love blue, dress the bed in linens that incorporate a deep teal, similar to Benjamin Moore’s Bermuda Turquoise. Keep floor colors light and neutral, and add a large, wall-to-wall rug. If the floors are wood, consider painting those as well, using the Dry Sage color, which will keep you grounded.
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