Leaf it to the autumn foliage to inspire our Top 10 Colors for Fall. Filled with rich, crisp and altogether apple-pickin’ glorious hues from Benjamin Moore, this palette showcases the full spectrum of Mother Nature’s most dazzling season. Someone yell “timber” ‘cause we’re falling for these amazing fall colors!
And not to brag, but our Top 10 couldn’t come at a better time because early fall is actually the best time of year to paint your home, both indoors or outdoors. Cooler, drier weather is always recommended over heat and humidity for ideal drying conditions and improved results.
Be sure to ask our in-store paint experts for more great tips on tackling your project when you pop in to sample one of the breathtaking beauties below.
CSP-1110 14 Carrots - We’ll get to the root of it: a playful pop of this earthy orange is definitely good for the eyes.
CSP-955 Hannah Banana – You can have your banana cream pie and eat it too, thanks to this creamy, decadent and totally comforting hue.
CSP-915 Warm & Toasty – Any room instantly becomes a place to snuggle in comfort as you bask in the cozy aura of this golden light tone.
CSP-810 Chimichurri – A generous dollop of this savory green is guaranteed to spice up your living space year round.
CSP-1055 Cappuccino Froth – Simply brewtiful in its elegance, this timeless hue is a stunning choice for creating a light and airy effect.
CSP-1155 Hot Tamale – We’re feeling hot hot hot this season and it’s because of this muy caliente color, which looks brilliant as a fiery-red accent next to neutrals.
CSP-1105 Tandoori – Inspired by the tandoor cooking ovens of south Asia, the very presence of this color’s spicy essence is sure to make temperatures rise.
CSP-1170 Parisian Red –La belle couleur for fall is as enchanting as a relaxed stroll along the Seine, and, like the region’s finest wine, it only gets better with time.
School buses are back on the road and the scent of pumpkin spice lattes is in the air. But that doesn’t mean a sudden halt to your outside projects. Just the opposite! Fall is actually the best season to tackle your deck staining project – and here’s why: