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best grayish blue color?

Posted by howling_angel (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 21, 10 at 23:12

i am going to be repainting my master bedroom and want a medium to light grayish blue. i have found lots of colors that i like online and on paint chips from a few stores, but i was curious about which colors people had actually used and like a lot. pictures would be great too. thanks!


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RE: best grayish blue color?

Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray is a beautiful one! Try a Google search, lots of pics... Good luck!


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RE: best grayish blue color?

Silverpoint from Sherwin Williams is a light to medium greyish blue and my family loves it! The picture was taken at sunset so the actual color during the day is brighter.

Here is a link that might be useful: Silverpoint


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RE: best grayish blue color?

Haven't used these yet, still testing but here's what I've been playing around with. It's gloss, I'm on the hunt for a gray-blue kitchen cabinet color. These colors look bluer in my kitchen light but in this closet they look more gray....sigh

Here is a link that might be useful: Gray blue testers


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RE: best grayish blue color?

I used BM Ice Cube Silver in my bathroom. The blue is very subtle.


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RE: best grayish blue color?

BM Adagio. I love it!


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Valspar Ebb Tide


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RE: best grayish blue color?

We used Sherwin williams Monorail Silver for the master in our last house. (2009) It's actually a tad more blue than the picture shows. We loved it and got very positive feedback from people during open houses and such.
Monorail Silver


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