We’ve put together Benjamin Moore mid-toned neutral colors, the goldilocks of neutrals, not too light and not too dark. Whether it’s for throughout the home or a singular room, there are perfect choices for any space.They produce their own resins and proprietary Gennex® colorants, which deliver superior performance and application properties in every product. 


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  1. HC-80 Bleeker Beige

One the warmest of the medium-toned neutrals is HC-80 Bleeker Beige. While it can be reviewed as taupey beige, it carries a hint of gray to create a soft, subtle beige. This pairs well with creams and off whites, as well as warmer, more traditional colors like reds, olives and burnt oranges. It’s also a color that backdrops mahogany or reddish undertone wood furniture well.


  1. OC-15 Baby Fawn

OC-15 Baby Fawn and HC-173 Edgecomb Gray are one within the same! This historical color, also found in the off-whites, is aptly placed in both. It’s one of the darkest off-whites you’ll find in the off-white section, but continues a light-to-medium tone within the historical colors. True to the name OC-15 Baby Fawn, in my opinion, is an ever slightly flesh-pink tone you’d expect to ascertain from a baby fawn indeed! It’s a highly versatile greige; a soft, milky beige, that makes a mix of heat and familiarity. These components lend it to be a popular resale home color.



  1. CC-490 Stone Hearth

CC-490 Stone Hearth is a slightly darker neutral that leans  toward the beige side. Having said that, light direction, and the amount of light in a space can affect this color significantly. In Northern or Eastern facing rooms, it may draw on the gray side of the color, whereas Southern or Western facing rooms will highlight the warm beige undertone. Conversely, lots of light will showcase a mid-tone depth, where the color can become significantly darker in minimally lit spaces. This medium-tone neutral is an ideal backdrop for muted shades, of all color spectrums, as it doesn’t lean too heavily toward a green or red undertone.


  1. HC-172 Revere Pewter

For the longest time, HC-172 Revere Pewter has been Benjamin Moore’s most popular color. It’s a tried and true neutral to the center. It’s an ideal blend of beige and gray , to make a ‘greige’. With a small green undertone (if any), it pairs well with traditional browns and warm tones, but also with warm grays. The blend of different colors in this hue allows it to go grayer in cooler lighting, but picks up the warmth in warmer lighting.


  1. OC-28 Collingwood

Also a part of the off-whites, this transitional greige, leans to the lighter and grayer scale of the neutrals. With a fairly neutral undertone as well, it makes for a versatile color throughout the home. It compliments the in-trend grays, while keeping up a good balance with more traditional dark brown furniture. It’s a friendly and stylish shade of gray that feels inviting yet fresh in many spaces.


  1. CC-394 Boulevard

One of the neutrals that falls under a bridge is CC-394 Boulevard. It has a slight pink undertone with a dash of yellow that makes a modest mix. This creamy gray pairs well with other neutrals and stronger pops of color. Whether it's furniture or accessories that are dark, light or even metallic, it gracefully backdrops many different hues.


  1. 2111-50 Stone Harbor

This trendy color is a mix between the warmth of CC-394 Boulevard and the 2017 color 2112-50 Stormy Monday. Stemming from a brown-gray, it captures the heat from the brown, but predominantly leans towards a gray. This balanced color is also a fantastic medium neutral tone for a transitional style that unites the browns and grays seamlessly. This violet undertone gray looks grayer under cool lighting, and warmer under heat lighting, like South or West facing areas.

 

  1. Stormy Monday

This medium tone gray is a sober and modern color for updated styles. The mix of blue and red undertones gives the sense of a purple undertone gray, but coordinates better with cooler grays and red-undertone browns. Mixing pattern and contrast, makes this color come alive, while layering similar neutrals like whites and lighter grays creates a streamlined and sleek impression.


  1. HC-170 Stonington Gray

 

Stonington Gray is one of the best neutrals. While it undoubtedly falls into the grays, it’s one among the foremost neutral and true grays Benjamin Moore has got to offer. Its mixture of blue and green undertones allows for a more natural gray, instead of an exclusively cold gray. While the HC-169 Coventry Gray is worth mentioning as an in-depth runner-up, it’s certainly darker than the Stonington Gray and typically doesn’t assimilate in dimly lit spaces . The HC-170 Stonington Gray pairs well with crisp whites to make a contemporary impression or warmer whites to melt the grays. Most importantly it interrelates flawlessly with charcoal grays like HC-168 Chelsea Gray or HC-166 Kendall Charcoal.


  1. 2121-40 Silver Half Dollar

While this color could barely be considered neutral, the strong blue undertones in this color create a fresh and crisp gray that is in trend currently. It coordinates well with contrasting bold colors, and similar tone grays. It may perform better, to cool down a strongly lit Southern or Western exposed area, whereas the same undertone would be intensified in Northern or Eastern exposed spaces. It coordinates well with contrasting bold colors, and similar tone grays.