All the details about one of my favorite paint colors, Benjamin Moore Soft Chamois.
I discovered Benjamin Moore Soft Chamois from one of my favorite designers, Phoebe Howard. I love how warm it feels, yet still very light, giving the illusion of space in our foyer bath and creating a relaxing retreat in areas like our master bedroom.
When we moved into our home, we had the entire upstairs painted Benjamin Moore Soft Chamois, and have never looked back! In fact, we loved it so much we repainted our foyer bath in it as well and I often contemplate repainting our dining room with it because it’s current color feels a bit too cool with it’s lighting situation.
This is one of the most versatile paint colors I’ve used to date. It’s a great fit for a lot of spaces and it’s so soft.
During the day it looks light and beautiful, and at night warm, but not yellow or dirty.
To help you decide which paint color is right for you, I’m breaking them down with pros and cons of each, where they’re best used, etc.
Spaces Benjamin Moore Soft Chamois is the best fit for:
- open concept spaces
- traditional floor plans
- rooms with natural lighting
- rooms without natural lighting
How Benjamin Moore Soft Chamois makes a room feel:
- light and airy
Benjamin Moore Soft Chamois undertones:
- a hint of yellow
Styles Benjamin Moore Soft Chamois Fits:
I love all of our paint colors, but this cream paint color is foolproof for any space and lighting situation. I’ve yet to see it in a space where I don’t absolutely love it!