Like blues, greens are related to nature and have the utmost power to transform any space and its vibe.
So, today – I am going to be discussing the best Benjamin Moore Green paint colors to consider for your home.
While greens mostly fall on the cool side of the spectrum, the colors we’ll cover here won’t be too cool to make your space feel uncomfortable and unwelcoming.
Ever since the 2020 pandemic hit the world with unforeseen challenges and people migrated indoors, there has been a rising demand for a connection with nature and wellness, indoors.
And when speaking of these natural colors, green is what strikes the mind’s eye the most.
But let me tell you, there are a wide array of greens!
Some are cool greens, some are warm sage greens, cool sage greens, minty greens, and olive greens!
And the choice is truly yours of course.
It could be dependent upon your interior design style, size of the room, and personal color preference.
And that’s why, I’ll go over some of the most popular Benjamin Moore green paint colors along with my personal handpicked ones for you to choose from.
Yes, I am going to reveal them all.
Your Guide to the Benjamin Moore Green Collection
Mimicking the hues of nature and plants, the green color category has become ever so popular as of late.
More and more of us prefer a tone of green somewhere in our home, which calms our space, soothes the air, and makes our space feel delighted, closer to nature, and blissful.
Diving deeper, there’s no single type of green paint color.
Yes, trust me, the list is endless!
Some greens have blue undertones and some greens have gray undertones. And some of the greens also have notable yellow undertones!
And it all boils down to that particular green you would like to have in your home.
Meanwhile, some are too dark to appear almost black and some are too light to create an airy experience.
Let’s check out a few examples from from the Benjamin Moore green color family.
Benjamin Moore Bath Salts is a minty blue-green paint that’s quite light and airy. This refreshing color can also play stark sometimes.
Another intriguing green paint is Benjamin Moore Guilford Green which plays a great olive green color. It’s warm and earthy – it’s clearly to cozy your homes!
Another green paint color that’s strong and daring is Jack Pine. This cool-toned dark green paint has the potential to add depth and character to any accent wall.
And lastly, BM High Park is a sage green paint you’d absolutely love on the wall paneling as well as the accent wall. Try and you’ll know it!
So, now that you compare them all, it’s quite not likely that they would feel the same!
And that’s why you have to be very careful when choosing the perfect green paint color for your home.
Each one of them has a major role to play in your space and can equally alter the looks and appearances of the surroundings.
The Magic of Undertones in Greens
The reason why each of the above-mentioned green paint colors appears differently is due to the undertones.
Well, undertones always have a major role to play in defining the style and vibe of a color.
And at the same time, this is the factor that differentiates all the green paint colors.
As I discussed, greens have either gray, blue, or yellow undertones. And some can feel cool, warm, or neutral!
Now did you observe? The ultimate magic of undertones!
But majorly, every green will make your space feel calmer, relaxed, tranquilized, comfortable, and closer to nature.
Lighting truly matters when it’s the green color palette we’re discussing!
Unlike whites (and off-whites), most greens don’t tend to alter much of their appearance but do have their own specific ways of changing depending on lighting types, angles and intensities.
For instance, green-gray paints tend to appear more crisp, cool, and gray in the north-facing rooms.
Whereas in the south or west-facing rooms, they may appear neutral and true to the hue.
A pro tip: Always examine the paint swatch in various lighting conditions to determine its true hue.
Greens in Interior and Exterior Design Styles
Greens could be specific when it comes to discussing the interior as well as exterior design styles.
For interior design styles like modern farmhouse, transitional, bohemian, and traditional – the greens are quite good to go!
For others, maybe not a great option!
This color category makes a great option for warmer and humid regions.
If you want to make your home feel cool and crisp – the cool green paint colors will ultimately play a timeless role.
For exterior design styles like ranch, modern farmhouse, and countryside – green on the outside proves to be quite homely and lively.
However, remember to pair with the perfect neutrals and accents to feel the true beauty of blacks.
Consider the Tints, Tones, and Shades
Well, ever heard of those terms before?
If not – don’t worry! Let me acquaint you with these specifications in the color psychology industry.
‘Tints’ are basically the amalgamation of whites with your green paint colors – making it further brighter and lighter! One such notable example is Benjamin Moore North Shore!
‘Tones’ are produced when grays are mixed with greens – mainly making the end result a product of blue-grays or blue pastels and neutrals!
An example to consider is Benjamin Moore Antique Jade!
And lastly, ‘Shades’ is when you add portions of black to the green – further darkening and making the color look deep and bold. An example is Benjamin Moore Hunter Green!
Best Places to Use Benjamin Moore Green Paint Colors
Benjamin Moore green paint colors can be used in most of the spaces to feel closer to nature!
I’d recommend adding a splash of green on the kitchen cabinets, mudroom, laundry room, entryway, focal entryway door and window frames, living room wall, nursery, and bedroom accent wall.
Above, BM Enchanted Forest gives a beautiful feel to this mud room!
Additionally, depending upon the saturation of green and the light reflectivity value – you can use it for any climate or compass direction.
However, try to avoid very cool and crisp light greens in the colder regions.
That will simply be too uncomfortable and unwelcoming!
Best Benjamin Moore Green Paint Colors
Now comes one of the most interesting topics to talk about!
Here are some of the popular and handpicked best Benjamin Moore green paint colors to choose from.
Benjamin Moore offers tremendous options for green paint colors in a variety of undertones and vibes.
So, let me proceed with the popular ones and then my absolute personal favorites.
5 Most Popular
Benjamin Moore Healing Aloe:
Benjamin Moore Healing Aloe is all you need to achieve a calm and fragile, soothing and tranquilizing aura in the home.
This paint is a light-toned blue-green color that has an LRV of 69.66.
Yes, it can be used to make your room feel larger and airier!
Furthermore, this color best pairs with shades of dark gray, crisp white, and ample lemon yellows.
Especially for interior design styles like transitional, modern farmhouse, and coastal – I would recommend trying this paint color.
Here are some other color specifications you must get acquainted with!
Red = 213
Green = 219
Blue = 210
HEX Value = d5dbd2
Benjamin Moore October Mist:
Benjamin Moore October Mist is a harmonious sage green paint that’s neither too light nor too dark.
So, if you want to add character and depth to a space, this color is definitely something to look forward to.
Mimicking the shades of nature and earth, this color can be best paired with lighter grays, creamy whites, burnt umbers, and ample wooden tones.
With an LRV of 46.54 – this color falls on the medium end of the scale.
As usual, it is important to understand the associated RGB and HEX Values that are as follows:
Red = 181
Green = 184
Blue = 166
HEX Value = #B6B9A8
Benjamin Moore Gray Cashmere:
Benjamin Moore Gray Cashmere is a gray-green paint color that can play a true chameleon!
It’s a soothing neutral that can make your space feel airier and calmer.
With an LRV of 65.57 – this color falls on the lighter end of the scale.
It can best complement the shades of gray, creamy white, natural wooden textures, lemon yellow, and coral pink.
Especially for interior design styles like coastal and traditional – this color is quite good to go!
It is now time to look through the color details and specifications to know more about it!
Red = 206
Green = 211
Blue = 204
HEX Value = #CED3CC
Benjamin Moore Hunter Green:
Benjamin Moore Hunter Green is a dark and saturated green paint color that can add depth and substance to any space.
This color has a tinge of turquoise blue to it – perfect for Eclectic and Glam interior design styles.
With an LRV of 4.31 – this color is quite deep and dark to add a sense of depth and dimension to the accent wall.
Yes, wall paneling plays great too! You can even use this color on the furniture frames and exterior wall!
Here enlisted are the important associated RGB and HEX Values that you must know!
Red = 193
Green = 209
Blue = 201
HEX Value = #c1d1c9
Benjamin Moore Narragansett Green:
Benjamin Moore Narragansett Green is a dark and daring blue-green paint that can add an utmost dynamic and dramatic statement to a space.
It can be best paired with shades of light gray, crisp whites, rich golds, peaches, and light gray-greens.
With an LRV of 7.37 – this color is quite dark and makes the space feel overly characteristic.
Especially for interior design styles like Glam, Modern, Transitional, Contemporary, and Eclectic – this color is quite good to go.
I recommend understanding the associated RGB and HEX Values to know more about the color specification!
Red = 81
Green = 93
Blue = 97
HEX Value = #515D61
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5 Next Popular
Benjamin Moore Beach Glass:
Benjamin Moore Beach Glass is a cool gray-green paint color that has the utmost refreshing, pure, and pretty look.
This paint color is highly used in the coastal interior design styles.
With an LRV of 50.3 – this color falls on the medium end of the scale – but will feel lighter when used on the walls.
Benjamin Moore Sea Haze:
This is one of the most different greens! And do you know why? Well, that’s due to intriguing earthy undertones.
Benjamin Moore Sea Haze is a deep green paint color with notable brown undertones.
It has an LRV of 45.83 – thus, quite darker and heavier in the texture. So, be careful what you pair it with!
Benjamin Moore Dry Sage:
This warm sage green paint color has a notable earthy look with a deep yellow and brown undertone.
You can best use this color as an accent on the walls or even cabinets.
With an LRV of 34.63 – this color is comparatively bolder and darker.
Benjamin Moore November Rain:
Benjamin Moore November Rain is a calming gray paint with a major hint of green.
I see many homeowners prefer this combination for their home – so take a good look at this one.
It has an LRV of 71.03, making it lighter than you might perceive.
Benjamin Moore Palace Green:
This is one of the greenest paint colors – yes, a true green!
I wouldn’t recommend using it on the walls (because it may get overwhelming), so consider this paint on the accent like laundry cabinets or door and window frames.
It has an LRV of 25.02!
***Make sure to test out any of these amazing colors with a sample you can put up right in your home. Pick up samples now!
5 Hand Picked Favorites
Benjamin Moore Essex Green:
This is my absolute favorite only because of how bold and rich it looks.
This dark green paint color can look almost black when not exposed to ample light around. So, be careful!
What I love is that you can pair this color with rich golds and light grays.
Benjamin Moore Peale Green:
This bold green paint color can play a great accent in the entryways and door and window frames.
You can also use this color over a wall paneling with floral wallpaper on it!
I would recommend you best pair this color with lighter grays and mustards.
Benjamin Moore Raindance:
I could use this color over and over again!
With a tinge of green, blue, and gray – this paint has the potential to make any space feel calmer and relaxed!
Use it on the kitchen cabinets and you’ll know.
Benjamin Moore Fiddlehead Green:
This cool-toned pine green paint color plays a great accent on the cabinets, wall paneling, and entryway door frames.
I highly recommend you pair it with light gray, mustard, or white.
Benjamin Moore Guilford Green:
This light-toned olive green paint color makes a warm and cozy statement in every corner.
So, if you want an earthy look in your home, this could be the go-to color.
Grab some samples of these colors to see how they’ll look in your own living environment. Order real paint, peel-and-stick samples!
Inspiration and Examples
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This entryway door in BM Narragansett Green is all set to take the breath away!
BM Gray Cashmere is a great color for coastal-style bedrooms!
BM Hunter Green is also a suitable color for the furniture frames.
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Never hold back from blue-green paint colors. They’re mesmerizing just like this BM Sea Haze paint.
BM Healing Aloe is a never fail paint color. It will always make you feel happy and lively!
Summing It Up
You see – Benjamin Moore has formulated quite a few blue paint colors for you to choose from!
Now that we have discussed the major aspects and types of greens, do you feel confident in incorporating any one of them in your home?
Well, I highly recommend them on the exterior doors and window frames, accent walls, and even mudrooms and laundry rooms.
So, without a thought – pick up your favorite Benjamin Moore green now and don’t forget to let me know your thoughts in the comments below!