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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray: Color Spotlight Posted on January 18, 2016 by Cyndy 6428.2k source Hello Creativity Exchange Readers! Jenny from Evolution of Style here and I’m excited to talking color at The Creativity Exchange.  Cyndy and I are both admitted paint geeks, so I always enjoy spotlighting some of my favorites.  Today I’m talking about a great neutral and a crowd favorite – Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray. I love the versatility of this color, and how it looks beautiful in just about any room in the house.  It sets the stage for a timeless tone on tone look. Here it is, used in a classic entryway. Source Again, in this bathroom, Edgecomb Gray looks as though it was made to work with neutral palettes – the accents of black and white work perfectly with Edgecomb Gray as the backdrop. Source A dining room – warm and welcoming, yet timeless, don’t you think? Contemporary Dining Room by Danville Interior Designers & Decorators Kriste Michelini Interiors And let’s not forget about the kitchen – I love that it also plays so well with wood tones.  The same can’t be said of some colors. Traditional Kitchen by Groton General Contractors Platt Builders Again, look how stunning this hallway looks with the mix of wood floors and the Edgecomb Gray walls.  Perfection.  The windows and lighting aren’t too shabby either. Transitional Hall by Hudson Home Builders Divine Custom Homes It really allows the natural wood and stone elements in this kitchen to shine, doesn’t it? Transitional Kitchen by Hudson Home Builders Divine Custom Homes While Edgecomb Gray serves as a great stage for a neutral, tone on tone look, it also works as a perfect backdrop for punches of color.  Look how perfect it is in this sunny bedroom? Eclectic Kids by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Tamara Mack Design I’m smitten with how it looks as an exterior paint color with the pretty pops of aqua. Eclectic Exterior by Lindon Furniture & Accessories Four Chairs Furniture The Edgecomb Gray wall color allows the blue sofas take center stage in this living room. Eclectic Living Room by Chicago Interior Designers & Decorators Jenna Wedemeyer Design, INC. And what catches your eye when you glance into this bathroom?  The mossy green vanity and the soft blue door. Contemporary Bathroom by Lethbridge Interior Designers & Decorators Avonlea Homes Do you have Edgecomb Gray in your home?  Do you use it with pops of color, or in keeping with a more neutral look?  Either way you go, it serves as a backdrop for a multitude of options. For more paint inspiration and project, you can find my at the blog Evolution of Style. Jenny 6428.2k Related This entry was posted in Color Spotlight, Decorate, Paint Colors and tagged Benjamin Moore, Color Spotlight, Edgecomb Gray, Paint, Paint Color. Bookmark the permalink.
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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

6428.2k source Hello Creativity Exchange Readers! Jenny from Evolution of Style here and I’m excited to talking color at The Creativity Exchange.  Cyndy and I are both admitted paint geeks, so I always enjoy spotlighting some of my favorites.  Today I’m talking about a great neutral and a crowd favorite – Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray. I love the versatility of this color, and how it looks beautiful in just about any room in the house.  It sets the stage for a timeless tone on tone look. Here it is, used in a classic entryway. Source Again, in this bathroom, Edgecomb Gray looks as though it was made to work with neutral palettes – the accents of black and white work perfectly with Edgecomb Gray as the backdrop. Source A dining room – warm and welcoming, yet timeless, don’t you think? Contemporary Dining Room by Danville Interior Designers & Decorators Kriste Michelini Interiors And let’s not forget about the kitchen – I love that it also plays so well with wood tones.  The same can’t be said of some colors. Traditional Kitchen by Groton General Contractors Platt Builders Again, look how stunning this hallway looks with the mix of wood floors and the Edgecomb Gray walls.  Perfection.  The windows and lighting aren’t too shabby either. Transitional Hall by Hudson Home Builders Divine Custom Homes It really allows the natural wood and stone elements in this kitchen to shine, doesn’t it? Transitional Kitchen by Hudson Home Builders Divine Custom Homes While Edgecomb Gray serves as a great stage for a neutral, tone on tone look, it also works as a perfect backdrop for punches of color.  Look how perfect it is in this sunny bedroom? Eclectic Kids by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Tamara Mack Design I’m smitten with how it looks as an exterior paint color with the pretty pops of aqua. Eclectic Exterior by Lindon Furniture & Accessories Four Chairs Furniture The Edgecomb Gray wall color allows the blue sofas take center stage in this living room. Eclectic Living Room by Chicago Interior Designers & Decorators Jenna Wedemeyer Design, INC. And what catches your eye when you glance into this bathroom?  The mossy green vanity and the soft blue door. Contemporary Bathroom by Lethbridge Interior Designers & Decorators Avonlea Homes Do you have Edgecomb Gray in your home?  Do you use it with pops of color, or in keeping with a more neutral look?  Either way you go, it serves as a backdrop for a multitude of options. For more paint inspiration and project, you can find my at the blog Evolution of Style. Jenny 6428.2k Related
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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

Hi Cyndy, I am going away from golds and just painted SW accessible beige in my kitchen/family room. It came out icy gray in some lights. I have an open floor plan and although most say I should continue with the same color, it looks drab going down my hallway because it doesn’t have good natural light. I painted a couple bedrooms edgecomb gray and I love the color. Would edgecomb gray be ok if it meets accessible beige from hallway to kitchen? Will edgecomb also work with an off white couch and wheat chairs, and gold framed photos? I know those are warm but edgecomb strikes me as a warm neutral.
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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

You know Angela, Edgecomb is such a beautiful color, even with those green tones jumping out in Edgecomb, the contrast with all your gray accessories-contrasting with lighter Edgecomb will be really beautiful! Go white with your lamps. I would look for ways to incorporate white along with the gray. You will get it, especially if you keep adding more white. I would point you into adding more white instead of gray. I think that’s really what you are really looking for subconsciously-to simply lighten up your entry way. You’ll get there and you’ll LOVE it! I’m here if you need me.
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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

Edgecomb Gray is one of my favorite go to paint colors. For those trying to decide between Edgecomb and Revere Pewter – they are the same formula, Edgecomb just has less pigment added. It’s basically 50-60% Revere Pewter. It’s also important to note that where your paint comes from – Home Depot or Sherwin Williams, etc. – will determine undertones. They do not use the exact same pigments or amounts when making a color. This looks fabulous in your home! Great choice!
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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

Hi there, I have a large open floor plan living space and painted it a combination of Revere Pewter in the main living area and then Edgecomb in the entrance, up the stairs and loft. I can’t say enough good things about both colours, and they go beautifully together in an open floor plan. Upon reflection, I would have preferred to switch them around. The Edgecomb just reflects the light so beautifully, I think it would’ve made the main living space seem brighter and more airy. The Revere Pewter is also beautiful, but would have been more fitting in the entrance/stairway due to the lower lighting. Just some tips for people looking to use these similar colours. Edgecomb is definitely my favourite.ReplyCancel
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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

Ash – November 17, 2016 – 12:07 PM Hi there, I have a large open floor plan living space and painted it a combination of Revere Pewter in the main living area and then Edgecomb in the entrance, up the stairs and loft. I can’t say enough good things about both colours, and they go beautifully together in an open floor plan. Upon reflection, I would have preferred to switch them around. The Edgecomb just reflects the light so beautifully, I think it would’ve made the main living space seem brighter and more airy. The Revere Pewter is also beautiful, but would have been more fitting in the entrance/stairway due to the lower lighting. Just some tips for people looking to use these similar colours. Edgecomb is definitely my favourite.ReplyCancel
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Edgecomb Gray Kitchen

I also have honey oak cabinets, but I have white appliances and counters and a brown/beige granite bar counter (not my choices lol) with a semi-open floor plan with my living room. Five years ago I painted my kitchen Ranchwood and my living room Revere Pewter and I still love the colors. However, I recently replaced my honey oak colored floors with grey/beige flooring and the Ranchwood was too similar to the flooring and brought out the dark hues, so the kitchen looked like the inside of a box. I loved the Ranchwood with the cabinets so much that I left it as a feature wall and painted the other three walls Edgecomb gray. I have poor lighting in my kitchen and I wanted contrast with the Ranchwood so I went with the lighter Edgecomb gray over the darker Revere Pewter and It looks great, and it’s still warm. Because the lighting is so different between the living room (East) and kitchen (West) you can’t tell I have different colors is the rooms. Very happy with my choice.

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