Picking the perfect paint color is no small task. Oftentimes home owners will paint many different options on their walls and wait a day to see what they like the best. We are here to cut that step out for you! Our designers picked their favorite colors that could work with almost any color palette. Here are our designer s go-to choices for wall colors:

Manchester Tan (Benjamin Moore)


This warm neutral is a variant of beige, while still being classic and elegant. Manchester Tan changes with the light. It can be a rich warm hue or light and fresh depending on source of light in the room. It is neutral enough to not overwhelm the space and let accent colors shine, but stands out against white trim.

Revere Pewter (Benjamin Moore)


Nearly every designer has used this warm toned gray in a client s home. It s perfect for transitional spaces and works well in open floor plans where there are no clear boundaries of rooms. Crisp and clean, Revere Pewter is a wonderful base to design around.

Naval (Sherwin Williams)


Looking for something with more color? Naval, rich navy blue, is cheerful and sophisticated and can be used in either your coastal home to elevate the ocean feel or within a more traditional setting to create a mature atmosphere.

Fog Mist (Benjamin Moore)

Part of the company s Off White collection, a few of our designers have used this sophisticated and versatile white in their own homes! Easily the perfect neutral, this cool white is tranquil and serene and complements nearly any style in your home.

Blushing (Sherwin Williams)


The unofficial color of the year, light pink, known as millennial pink has made its way from our clothes to our walls. Though it may be too vibrant for some, this light pink hue dresses up any room. Pair it with tangerines and corals and it s ideal for a coastal space; place it with whites and creams and it is an idyllic space with a light splash of color in your more traditional home.

Visit our designers in either Southampton, PA or Ship Bottom, NJ on LBI to start your home project today!