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FutureStarrPale Oak Benjamin Moore
A Benjamin Moore franchise in Greenville, South Carolina has been using the Pale Oak paint finish for more than 30 years. The finish, which is semi-translucent and has a traditional appearance, is named after a tree that grows in the region in order to protect the area’s pecan orchards.
If there’s one color family we love year-round and for every painting need, it’s greige—the perfectly balanced neutral combining grey and beige that adds a touch of color and warmth to any space. In particular, we swoon over Benjamin Moore Pale Oak; its smooth and creamy pigment and warm undertones make it a top contender for our favorite all-time neutrals.
Our suggestion for those looking to redo an entire room and incorporating Benjamin Moore Pale Oak is to opt for styles that lend themselves more to the elegance and subtlety of the shade. Modern, minimal, Scandanavian, bohemian, and transitional design styles offer the best palettes, furniture, accents, and textures to truly complement Benjamin Moore Pale Oak. Whether you’re outfitting a space with dark-colored, exposed trusses and rich wood furniture pieces or a light-filled space with bright white trim, this neutral can surely do the trick. And if you need other top-rated neutrals, check out our 10 favorite shades. (Source: havenly.com)
Havenly Heather Goerzen loves Benjamin Moore Pale Oak for its warm undertones, and adds it to a list of “hues [that] would work well throughout a home, particularly in sleeping, living, and cooking areas.” She favors this example of a cozy, modern bedroom that utilizes Pale Oak as a base for a warm, neutral palette. Note the cohesiveness of this space, with its mingling of clean-lined, dark wood accents right alongside soft, light whites, grays, and beiges.
Loved your post on Pale Oak. It was very helpful. We are in the process of choosing a paint color for our home and it has been tough to choose. I have hunted Pinterest and your post was really helpful. We have a open floor plan with a Southern transitional style. Our home is North faces and that has been hard to decide on a paint color for house that has some personality and goes well with white trim, but not one that doesn’t go boring and dull. I had a quick question. We love Pale Oak and think we might go with that… but my husband thinks it needs to be just a little darker. What do you think about Pale Oak at 25% darker? (Source: www.remodelaholic.com)