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does anyone know what color this paint is(neutral)?

Posted by betty_joanne (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 25, 12 at 13:34

This is a sherwin williams paint color but i have no idea what color. I am looking for a color similar to it in the benjamin moore paints. Does anyone have any suggestions for what paint color from benjamin moore that it most closely resembles? We could go a tiny bit darker but overall we love the color. From all the paint cards i have it is closest to ashen tan but ashen tan is lighter and I don't really want to go lighter(my kids put their hands on the wall).
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RE: does anyone know what color this paint is(neutral)?

pictures didn't show up. Trying again. These are the same color different rooms/angles/lighting.
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RE: does anyone know what color this paint is(neutral)?

Try the Home Decorating site, you are likely to get some knowledgable responses over there.


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RE: does anyone know what color this paint is(neutral)?

Sherwin Williams has a really cool paint identifier program on its website called Chip It. It will examine a photo and match the colors to SW colors.

Here is a link that might be useful: SW Chip It


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RE: does anyone know what color this paint is(neutral)?

Looks a lot like BM Grant Beige.


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