Benjamin Moore Morning Sky Blue is the topic for today.
I’ve been focusing so much on neutrals and white paints lately, it’s time for a change…
The walls in this room are painted Edgecomb Gray by Benjamin Moore.
Benjamin Moore Morning Sky Blue
I’m SO glad you guys are finding these real life examples of our own interior wall paint colors helpful.
I got some really postive feedback on my recent post on Benjamin Moore’s Sea Salt.
So today, I’m featuring another color we’ve used again and again in our homes…Benjamin Moore’s Morning Sky Blue.
If you’re looking for a pale blue paint color with cool, relaxing undertones, this could be the one!
I like to think of blue, especially pale blue almost as a neutral.
It works with so many different colors.
Another shot of the ceiling in our master bedroom sitting room.
As you can see from these images, we tend to use this lovely blue color a lot on our ceilings.
I’m a big fan of painting the ceiling light blue.
It’s a great way to add a hint of color and dimension to any space.
If you’re not familiar with the term “haint blue” or “haint ceiling” – you can read more about this southern tradition here.
And, you can also read more about my ceiling paint color picks here.
This is the living room in our current home here in Connecticut. Wall paint is Benjamin Moore Cape Hatteras Sand.
Benjamin Moore Morning Sky Blue looks great on exteriors too!
Our former home in New York had a beautiful back porch which we added a few years after we moved in.
It was one of my favorite features of our home.
Of course we had the ceilings of this porch painted in Benjamin Moore’s Morning Sky Blue, having already fallen in love with this paint color choice in our living room.
Eventually we painted the small ceiling above our front entrance porch with Benjamin Moore Morning Sky Blue as well!
A testament to our affinity for both the color and the tradition.
Ultimately you need to love the paint colors you choose for your home.
Which is why I can’t recommend trying it out as a sample in your space first.
Perhaps this is so obvious, but even the surrounding 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, another great way to test out a paint color is to get large self sticking paint 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!
Hopefully, you found this post helpful.
If you do end up using Benjamin Moore Morning Sky Blue in your home, let me know!
Even better, send me a photo – I’d love to see it.
Benjamin Moore Morning Sky Blue is also known as 2053-70.
According to my local hardware store, it’s a popular blue color which is part of Benjamin Moore’s Color Preview series.
While I was there, I also asked which brushes and rollers they’d recommend if you’re doing this paint job yourself.
This set, which has everything you need in it, was the one he suggested.
I’m sure you can pick up something similar where you buy your paint.
Does Morning Sky Blue come with the Benjamin Moore Gennex Colorant to protect and seal in the color?
Yes it does!
I did a little digging around the internet and confirm this color does come with this new paint technology.
Does this paint have a high light reflectance value?
Yes. This is a pale blue shade which reflects light beautifully.
Morning Sky Blue has a mid to high LRV, light reflectance value.
Any other questions, please shoot me an email or leave it in the comments below.
I’ll be happy to answer them.
Which reminds me… I’ve already answered a popular inquiry on the best white paint colors to use for trim and baseboards, (just in case your wondering:)
As you might’ve guessed, I prefer to use Benjamin Moore paints.
I also wrote a similar paint color review on Benjamin Moore White Dove as well!
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