Benjamin Moore Spring Paint Colors

Updated: Oct 31

Is it just us or did it feel like a long, chilly winter this year? Now that the warm weather is here and bulbs are sprouting, we've got a spring in our step. As an interior design firm, that translates to new projects, new furniture, and a brand new paint palette that's chock full of some of our favorite Benjamin Moore paint colors.

We're excited about the clean and fresh neutrals in this collection. If you adore white, off-white, beige, and grays, then you're going to find a color in here that you'll love. The real beauty is, that even though we're rolling this out for spring, you'll love having one of these colors on your wall all year long. Looking for a little drama? Then our last row might be for you—with options in moody blue, green, and black, in a room with plenty of natural light these colors will feel soft and inviting. Let us know in the comments which one is your favorite!

Benjamin Moore's Super White: OC-152

You can never have too many go-to white paints. Add this beauty to your collection, it's endlessly versatile and part of the off-white color collection. Choose it for a space that needs a little brightness, it will make colorful artwork and impressive patterns pop against its gallery-esque hue.

Benjamin Moore's Swiss Coffee: OC-45

It isn't until you see a bevy of white paints placed next to each other that you finally see how much nuance exists within the shade. Swiss coffee is still a neutral but has some warmer and creamier undertones that a standard white paint doesn't. This color makes a room feel both sophisticated and cozy all at the same time.

Benjamin Moore's Intense White: OC-51

Rounding out our first row of variations on white, we've got this color that feels like it's leaning a little more towards gray with slightly green undertones. It would look beautiful pretty much anywhere and would be easy to work with in an open concept space. From the bathroom to the living room, you can't go wrong with this color.

Benjamin Moore's Gray Cashmere: 2138-60

Don't adjust your screen, this is a gray with some green undertones playing around here. What does that mean? Well, that it looks beautiful paired with greens and even some blues too. It feels fresh without being overly invigorating, so it has a season-less appeal that will last long past spring.

Benjamin Moore's Fossil: AF-65

If you're already working with a lot of white, this color might be the palette cleanser you need. A sort of beige-y/ gray, it's another impressive neutral that feels different enough that not everyone else will be using it. Shhh it's a best kept secret for a reason. If you're looking for something stronger and more interesting than white, it's this.

Benjamin Moore's Wish: AF-680

Have you ever heard of greige? This warm-toned gray paint has some yellow undertones that can make it skew slightly beige in certain rooms and light. To make sure it's going the way you want it, do a test patch and observe it in your home's natural and artificial light. It's a dynamic and interesting neutral that again flies below the radar.

Benjamin Moore's Deep Royal: 2061-10

Don't be afraid of a deep and dazzling navy! Bold and nautical, without being too beachy, this deep blue won't be going anywhere anytime soon. It could be just the jewel tone richness you're looking for in a powder room or again it can be a great accent color as well.

Benjamin Moore's Salamander: 2050-10

Did you know that green is practically a neutral? It works well with just about any other color you can think of, especially when it's this nuanced and cool as this shade. Stunning on kitchen cabinets, it's a fun alternative to navy if you want to change it up and do something different.

Benjamin Moore's Black Ink: 2127-20

Don't let anyone ever tell you that a deep black paint can't dazzle in the right room. With enough light it will turn a large space into a room that feels contained and comfortable. We love this as an accent color, it works beautifully for front doors or interior doors too. So go head, take a risk and don't be afraid to go dark with your paint.