I’m so excited about today’s Color Spotlight because I’m highlighting one of my all-time favorite paint colors; Benjamin Moore Wedgewood Gray. I can’t wait to show you just how gorgeous this color is and some creative ways to use it.
Wedgewood Gray has been one of the most popular paint colors out there over the last few years because it’s one of those all-star paint colors that looks amazing almost anywhere it’s painted (interior, exterior on furniture, etc..).
Wedgewood Gray balances the beautiful fine line of green, blue and gray. Here are all the shades of Wedgewood Gray to give you a better feel for the color. Quick tip: if you want to see the undertone of color, look at the darkest color on the paint color strip.
Before I jump in and show you room inspiration, I do have to tell you that Wedgewood Gray is a chameleon color. A chameleon color can greatly change colors in certain lighting situations and in an ideal situation, Wedgewood will look like a beautiful green, blue and gray on the wall. However, too much natural light can make it appear blue or gray. Too much artificial light can make it lean more green. So, it’s VERY important to test this color first on poster board to see what it would do it your space.
Below is really one of the best examples of Wedgewood Gray.
Wedgewood Gray has so much depth in the color and again, if you have a great space of a mix of both natural and artificial light, you’ll get that amazing green/blue color that has made Wedgewood such a popular color.
via Nagwa Seif
In certain lighting conditions, Wedgewood Gray will lean a little more green and as you can see below, it’s still a beautiful color!
If a lot of natural light will be hitting the wall with Wedgewood Gray, it will lean more blue than green but again, as you can see below, it’s still such a beautiful color!
via Nagwa Seif
Another way to use Wedgewood is on cabinetry and doors. Isn’t this island so beautiful!
A sign of great all-around paint color is when it looks amazing on walls, cabinetry, doors and even outside on the exterior!
via Revival on Vance
So as you can see, Benjamin Moore Wedgewood Gray is just one of the most beautiful colors out there.
If you’re curious what the difference is between Wedgewood Gray and other popular combination green/blue/gray all-star colors, I created a color card collage below to help you better compare these beautiful colors.
Also, just to help you guys, below I have made some notes of color comparing from my experience using these colors for clients. So as you look at the colors above, you can read my notes below:
- Beach Glass Benjamin Moore: More muddy and muted than Wedgewood Gray.
- Rain Washed Sherwin Williams: One shade lighter/very slight less blue than Wedgewood
- Healing Aloe Benjamin Moore: Less blue/one shade lighter than Wedgewood
- Palladian Blue Benjamin Moore: One shade lighter than Wedgewood (not on same color strip)
- Tradewind Sherwin William: Significantly less green than Wedgewood
- Sea Salt Sherwin Williams: Tad more gray/slight less blue than Wedgewood
- Wales Gray Benjamin Moore: Less green/more of a muted muddy color to Wedgewood
- Quiet Moments Benjamin Moore: One shade lighter/very slight less blue than Wedgewood
- Woodlawn Blue Benjamin Moore: Very slight less green/one shade lighter than Wedgewood
- Rain Sherwin Williams: Significantly less green than Wedgewood
- Pale Smoke Benjamin Moore: One shade lighter than Wedgewood on the same Benjamin Moore color strip.
Once again, all these green/blue/gray paint colors are chameleon colors so it’s very important to test on poster board in the space to see how your lighting affects the color because trust me, it will affect it. Hopefully it will be for the good!
Have you used any of these colors in your own home? I would love to know what you think in the comment section.
For other Color Spotlights, you can look through them all here.
Thanks for stopping by today!