marine blue 2059-10
mt. st. anne 1565
I know how much you all love looking at the Pottery Barn rooms painted with Ben Moore, so I wanted to share these painted rooms found in West Elm:
great barrington green hc- 122
The colors from West Elm are not as “everyday popular” as the colors used at Pottery Barn. Both companies believe in the clean and simple look, but I think West Elm has an edgier, tougher look. These colors work well with their darker woods and other styles found in their designs. No pastels at West Elm! There is a total of 47 paint colors in the collection. West Elm also does not have their colors broken down into seasons as Pottery Barn does.
newburg green hc-158
chelsea gray hc-168
There were only a couple colors they both share: Decorator White, Whitall Brown, Simply White and Chalkboard.
davenport tan hc-76
brick red 2084-10
The West Elm colors are definitely stronger and more intense than the Pottery Barn colors.
white dove oc-17
If you wanted to purchase the Ben paint colors sold through West Elm’s website, they are $35.95 a gallon. At Pottery Barn, Aura paint gallons are sold for $63.99 online. They both are great paints with low odor and low VOC. The difference is that the Aura paint is the best of the best. If you would like to read more about the paint differences, read here.
horizon gray 2141-50
galveston gray ac-27
shadow gray 2125-40
decorator white I-04
owl gray 2137-60 (a beautiful gray)
wales gray 1585
simply white oc-117
baby fern 2029-20 (teen room!)
So how do you like these colors? It is nice to see different painted rooms to give us other ideas and suggestions. Comments?
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