Benjamin Moore’s Sea Pearl

June 10, 2016

By Tab Byrum


So, I’m wanting to repaint. We’ve had a lot of color going on in our house and I’m ready for something much calmer, I’ve talked before about wanting to do something in a more neutral color palette and right now I’m leaning towards Benjamin Moore’s Sea Pearl. Sea Pearl is in the white family but it does have some gray going on in it and I like that, I’m not sure I want to go completely stark white, and everything I’ve read says that Sea Pearl provides a great backdrop for artwork and that’s where I’m wanting to get a lot of my color. I went to the paint store and got a sample of Sea Pearl and painted a swatch of it over the red in our living room and I like it, I know it’s hard to tell much from photos. Here’s some pics I found where Sea Pearl has been used as the main paint color, keep in mind that I’ll want to have white woodwork (hopefully that’s going to get changed also, more substantial and chunky). What color are your walls? Are you still into color or have you neutral? Let me know and Enjoy!!! (above image via)


In this powder bath Sea Pearl is above on the wall and Stonington Gray on the woodwork. ( via )


Benjamin Moore Sea Pearl #961 (via)


Here Sea Pearl is used on the wall with a brighter white on the woodwork. I really like how things look against this color. ( via )


I love this kitchen, you can see how well the Sea Pearl color on the cabinets works with the gray on the backsplash and counter tops. ( via )


Here the cabinets are done in Sea pearl, looks great. ( via )

I hope you’ve enjoyed this little look at neutrals and Sea Pearl. Come back later this morning when we explore some new fun kicks for Dad’s day coming up in a little over a week.

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1 comment

  • Dale

    I have Seapearl on the walls and like it. What Benjamin Moore paint to you recommend for the white trim and doors to provide contrast that works? Cabinets are like a Cloud White. thanks.

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