Whether you want to paint it or pop it, this pretty shade plays well with a range of fun colors. 

By Marisa Spyker
June 05, 2018
Photo: Annie Schlechter; styling: Matthew Gleason; design: Barrie Benson
Photo by Hector Manuel Sanchez; Design by Mary McGee; Styling by Lindsey Ellis Beatty
Courtesy of Benjamin Moore

Benjamin Moore Valentine’s Day And Super White

This near-fail-proof classic white paint color pairs with just about anything, but in this Palm Beach dining room, we especially love the happy combo of preppy pink with bright white trim and ceilings. Pops of green make their way into the room in the form of foliage, fabrics, and accessories.

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Photo: Annie Schlechter; styling: Matthew Gleason; design: Barrie Benson
Courtesy of Pantone

 Similar: Pantone 14-3207 TPX, Pantone 13-5409 TCX, And Pantone 178 C

Punch up a neutral living room with this cheerful trio of shades. You can play it safe with colorful accessories, like throws and pillows, only, or add a bigger hit of color with a pair of swivel arm chairs in a shade that screams beachy. 

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Photo: Brie Williams; Styling by Liz Strong
From Left: Courtesy of Benjamin Moore; Courtesy of Pantone

 Benjamin Moore Southfield Green And Pantone 708 U (Similar)

A versatile green shade like this one feels right at home at the beach. "It's an ode to 1960s Barbados designer Oliver Messel," designer Amanda Lindroth says about the shade. "You can never go wrong with this green." We love the bright pink cushions Lindroth chose for this porch, however, more muted hues would work just fine, too.