Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace is another great paint color you might want to consider.
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace
Back today with another paint color post.
So happy to know how popular these wall paint reviews have become!
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace is another popular white paint color we love.
As you can see from our guest bedroom, above – this is such a pretty wall paint color.
If you’re looking for a beautiful, classic white paint with a little bit of warmth to it, this could be the one.
Guest room opening to guest bathroom. More details on this bathroom here.
Unlike all our other paint choices, some of which I agonized over…this one was much easier, here’s why.
The walls of this room were already painted in Chantilly Lace when we moved to this house back in 2014!
Unlike all the other rooms, this was literally the only space we chose to leave as is.
That has to mean something, right?
And, I’m so glad we did!
After a little investigating, I was able to confirm this color and match it with the extra paint cans in our basement left by the previous owner.
As I mentioned above, this bedroom is our guest room.
We have one room painted in this versatile white paint color, but I wanted to include different angles and lighting so you could get a real sense of how this looks on our walls.
So, while it might look a little different, all of the images here are of Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace.
There’s a hint of a gray undertone in this paint, however, in person it reads like a lovely, warm white.
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace – OC 65
As you can see it looks great in our guest bedroom.
This paint color works so beautifully with both the trim and the white ceiling paint color.
In fact, I think it makes the beautiful white baseboards and trim around the doors and windows really pop!
For more ideas on white trim paint choices be sure to check out this post here.
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace is also known as OC – 65.
I recently learned from my local hardware store, the OC stands for Off White Colors.
This was a surprise to me as I was told years ago it was for Original Colors?!
Anyway, I always like to know what these letters mean, only because it helps me to remember the right code!
While I was there, I also asked him to recommend some brushes and rollers if you’re doing this paint job yourself.
This set, which has everything you need in it, was the same one he pointed out to me.
Ultimately you need to love the paint colors you choose for your walls.
Which is why I can’t recommend trying it out as a sample in your home first.
Because even the surrounding light from one room to another can change, and this will absolutely alter the look of any wall paint color.
Live with a few samples for a few days before making your final decision.
Always be sure to test the color in natural and artificial light too!
Also, another great way to test out a paint color (while I haven’t personally tried this) is to get large self sticking paint samples.
Doesn’t this sounds so clever?
No messy paint cans to deal with before you commit! Win/win!
If you’re at all curious, you can find them here and try it out as a sample in your home first!
Hopefully, you found this post helpful.
If you do end up using Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace in your home, let me know!
Even better, send me a photo – I’d love to see it.
Any other questions, please shoot me an email or leave it in the comments below.
I’m always happy to answer them.
Which reminds me… I’ve already answered a popular inquiry about the best white paint colors to use for trim and baseboards, (just in case your wondering:)
I also wrote a similar paint color review on Benjamin Moore Calm as well!
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