Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee

Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee

Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee

Swiss Coffee darkens to a denser, more opaque black. It can be used as a base coat, undercoat and/or top coat. If a shade is desired, the color fades and blends beautifully with Black Out to create a beautifully deep, yet elegant black.


For years I have been integrating cream paint colors into our home and advising readers. They’re a warm white without feeling yellow. Swiss Coffee is among my favorites for so many reasons!

Unlike most websites, I have personal experience with the paint colors I highlight and actual photographs to share that are a true reflection of the color. I love to share my own original photography and snapshots from people I have worked directly with. (Source: julieblanner.com)


Sounds like your kitchen is going to be gorgeous, Donna. I actually have Chantilly Lace on the walls in my kitchen and love it. It is more of a crisp, bright white but still has a certain warmth about it. However compared to Swiss Coffee, it would probably look more like a white-white. I actually have a detailed review of this color on my blog. Here is the link to it https://designingvibes.com/my-review-of-benjamin-moores-chantilly-lace/

joyfullygrowingblog.com)It’s also a great choice for rooms with north facing windows that let in cool northern light. The light from north facing windows has a tendency to bring out the blue undertones in cool and neutral white paint colors. Using a warmer white, like Creaming White (OC-07) by Benjamin Moore will prevent this from happening. (Source:


I recommend ‘Pro Grade’ paint brushes – they’re the perfect budget friendly option. The brushes are high quality, and buying from Amazon, you can get a much better deal than in stores. You might be surprised how cheap this professional quality 5 Brush Set is on Amazon (it’s less than $10!).

I can’t think of a better shade of white for this bright bedroom. BM Swiss Coffee plays very well with the wood ceiling beams as well as the black accent pieces and pops of blue. It’s soft and creamy enough so that it doesn’t look stark or cold. Plus, it works with the brighter shades of white in the fireplace marble, window shades, and furniture. (Source: heatherednest.com)



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