All About Benjamin Moore Smoke

Pale gray meets light blue. Doesn’t that sound like the back cover of a romance novel? Well, I don’t know a lot about those, but I do know that this paint shade is an ideal match between two color favorites.

I have a thing for blue, which is why I added it to our bedroom! Show me a lovely light to medium smokey blue, and I’m hooked. That’s what draws me into Benjamin Moore Smoke.

Its soft gray base with light blue-green tint keeps me coming back for more. This color is the color that I think of in coastal homes and calming spa-like bedroom retreats. Its soothing nature is certainly lovely but maybe not for everyone.

Although this shade leans cool, it’s just enough to be soothing and relaxing. However, it can sometimes feel downright chilly in the cool light of a north-facing room.

Is Benjamin Moore Smoke Cool Or Warm?

It looks stunning in kitchens, bedrooms, living rooms, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and even on the exterior.

Where can you use Smoke?

Smoke is a light to medium gray with blue and green undertones. More often than not, it looks like a smokey blue or a moody blue-gray.

Benjamin Moore Smoke Undertones

Benjamin Moore Smoke looks stunning with a large variety of other colors. I especially love it paired with creams, crisp whites, dark charcoal, or warm wood tones.

Great Coordinating Colors For Smoke

Light Reflectance Value (LRV) is a number ranging between 0 and 100. Each color has an assigned LRV number to indicate how much light a color reflects.

LRV of Benjamin Moore Smoke (2122-40)

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