Garden Stone, Clark+Kensington When it comes to gray, we might be at the end of the widespread trend.
But certain shades of gray are classics and "go-to's" for designers - and they'll be around long after the next trend is here and gone. "This shade is a favorite."
Repose Gray, Sherwin Williams Greige is not too gray, not too beige.
Manchester Tan, Benjamin Moore Described as a warm neutral, this hue drinks in the sun but also changes slightly depending on the amount of light and shade in the room, adding interest you don't always find in a paint color from the beige family.
Super White, Benjamin Moore You would think it would be easy to pick a shade of white, but…no.
I thought I bought white! "It reflects light in such a pretty way and doesn't have any cool tones that would it go blue or warm tones that would make it yellow."
Stiffkey Blue, Farrow & Ball This moody blue brings some drama to a living space without creating a cave-like feel, and is also a good choice for the kitchen, according to Brian Paquette of Brian Paquette Interiors. "My go-to's for paint colors are Decorators White by Benjamin Moore and Shaded White by Farrow & Ball for that European look.