Edgecomb Gray is a much warmer light gray color than Gray Owl and is more of a raw color with much more beige.
The natural choice for a lighter color of Edgecomb Gray is Glacier White and about 3 lighter shades in the same shades.
OC15 Baby Fawn and HC173 Edgecomb Gray are one in one! This historic color, also available in off-white, fits well in both. It’s one of the darkest off-white tones you can find in the off-white section, but it retains a slight tomomian tone in the historic colors.
Edgecomb Gray is a much warmer light gray paint color than Gray Owl and is more of a greige paint color with much more beige.
While it won’t look yellow or beige on your walls, it’s noticeably warmer than the more traditional gray color. Some people find it a little too mushy and not fresh enough when looking for a fresh, clean gray palette.
Pale Oak is a slightly warmer greige (gray / beige) slightly warmer than traditional greige. Light oak has just the right amount of warmth in the shade so the gray doesn’t get too cold and sterile.
Balboa Mist is a light gray, warm and therefore extremely versatile. It looks great on walls, cabinets, and even furniture. A nice, light, neutral background for color swatches that still remains warm and inviting. It is also a perfect color for a tone-on-tone look.
Here Revere looks warm and even beige for comparison. All of this means that on a warm beige background, even a warm gray can look too cool or purple (and many people look pink with purple undertones because purple is made up of red and blue).
In my experience, Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter has the most perfect neutral hue in most lighting situations. It is a very light and warm gray.
Revere Pewter is much warmer and almost feels like a brown / tan combination than grays and grays, and the color difference is clearly noticeable when you compare them side by side. But over time, beige has become very old-fashioned, and now Revere Pewter (which is a very beige greige) looks pretty old-fashioned.
Revere Pewter stands out as a symbol of Greige: a gray color with a bold beige background. Thanks to its warmth and depth, it’s a transitional color that makes it a great choice for the outdoors in your home. Coincidentally, it keeps the cool grays that are present in most lighting conditions.
Behr offers a PPU2411 color that comes very close to BM Revere Pewter.
Amazing Gray is a beautiful warm gray-gray with a subtle green undertone. Worldly Gray is the light version of Amazing Gray. Both colors can have subtle shades of green, so if you are sensitive to green (even on the most PASSIVE scale) you might read # 10.
Classic Gray: A Small Glance If you’re looking for a soft, light gray that isn’t traditionally COLD but not quite greige, then Classic Gray might be just the thing for you. If you don’t like purple shades but like pale shades, then you’re done.
Light Pewter by Benjamin Moore (# 1464) is a popular and inappropriate shade from royal gray to greige (under artificial light) and is part of Benjamin Moore’s classic color palette.
Unlike Revere and Edgecomb (gray with shades of green mixed with a little beige), Collingwood does not go from gray to greige depending on the incidence of light. It truly remains a muted gray in all light conditions.
LRV stands for Pleasant Gray. LRV is a number that refers to the brightness or darkness of a color on a scale of 0100. The closer the number is to 100, the lighter it is (the lighter the white). The closer the number is to 0, the darker (black) it is.