Benjamin Moore’s Cumulus Cloud is SUCH a great wall color, and the subject of today’s paint review.
I love this neutral color and I think you will too!
This post was first published in 2020, but we’ve gone back and updated a lot of the info for you today!
Cumulus Cloud on the walls of our upstairs landing area.
Benjamin Moore Cumulus Cloud
Back today with another favorite paint color to review.
Benjamin Moore Cumulus Cloud is a beautiful light taupe paint color we all love!
We have this great looking wall color in our upstairs sitting area.
I don’t know what to call this open space – I guess it’s sort of an upstairs landing.
If you’re looking for a light gray paint which goes with and compliments almost every decor style, look no further.
In the interior design world this is considered to be a neutral gray color.
I like to think of it as warm neutral.
This space (above) connects with our upstairs center hallway.
Because it connects, it was important that this shade worked with the other surrounding walls in the adjacent living areas.
And, it does! It goes great with the Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee which we chose for the adjacent hallway’s walls.
Making Cumulus Cloud a great color choice is you have open concept spaces.
Cumulus Cloud: A beautiful paint color choice for any room in your house.
Above is another view of this living room space.
We also considered both Benjamin Moore’s Classic Gray and Sherwin William’s Gossamer Veil for this room.
We (obviously) ultimately chose Cumulus Cloud because it looks just a bit softer, a bit brighter and it made the space seem more inviting.
Now that we have the fresh look of this paint color up in this area, I can’t imagine it looking any other way!
No regrets at all!
There’s a reason this color is a top choice for interior designers and decorators.
However, if you’re looking for something a bit whiter and brighter, you might want to check out this post on another great color Benjamin Moore’s Calm (you can see how this looks on the walls in our family room.)
Ultimately you need to love the wall paint colors you choose for your house
Which is why I can’t recommend trying it out as a sample in your home first.
Perhaps this is so obvious, but even the surrounding natural light from one room to another can differ and therefore change the look of any color.
Live with a few samples for a few days before making your final decision.
Be sure to test the color in natural and artificial light too!
Also, I think this is the best way to test out a paint color – get a large these large self sticking paint chip samples.
This sounds so great!
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!
I’ve personally tested these out on our walls for accuracy and they are one hundred percent post on.
Look how brilliant these Samplize adhesive wall paint samples are!
Hopefully, you found this post helpful.
If you do end up using Cumulus Cloud in your home, let me know!
Even better, send me a photo – I’d love to see it.
I know for sure this lovely taupe neutral works great for bedrooms, dining rooms, living rooms and bathrooms too!
I tend to talk mostly about the time-honored tradition of Benjamin Moore paint a lot in general, simply because that’s what we use on our own interior walls!
Here’s another view of this paint color on the walls of our home, this shows how nicely it works with the dark wood floors.
Benjamin Moore Cumulus Cloud is also known as 1550.
It’s part of the classic color collection by Benjamin Moore.
I always like to know the paint color numbers just to insure I’m getting the right paint at the paint store.
Because sometimes the names alone can be a bit tricky…
For instance, Martha Stewart has a paint color with the same name in her line…but it’s a light blue!
Also, our local hardware store prefers we have both name and numbers.
If you’re considering doing this paint job yourself, I’ve been told this set, has everything you need in it.
Any other questions, please shoot me an email or leave it in the comments below.
I’ll be happy to answer them.
Through the years of picking paint colors for our home, I’ve become sort of OCD about them – my Pinterest board certainly supports this statement.
I also wrote a similar paint color review on Benjamin Moore White Dove as well.
You might also want to consider Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray.
Here I discuss why Edgecomb Gray is a great greige or warm gray paint color to lighten and brighten a dark hallway or room – I’ve seen this color in a dining room and it’s perfection!
But, if you’re looking for something more in the gray family – true gray grays, check out my top favorite gray wall paint colors.
If you’re looking for even more paint inspiration and home design ideas, be sure to check out these other posts below:
- The Best Gray Colors For Your Living Room.
- Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter Paint Review.
- Beautiful Exterior House Paint Colors.
- Benjamin Moore Balboa Mist Paint Review.
- Sherwin Williams Repose Gray Paint Review.
- Top Three White Trim Paint Colors.
- Benjamin Moore Cape Hatteras Sand
- The Top 10 Paint Colors For Your Kitchen Cabinets.
- Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige paint review.
- The Best Greige Paint Colors For Your Home.
- Why you should paint your hardwood floors.
- Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace Paint Review.
- The Best Blue and Gray Paint Colors.
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