| Pale Oak is a slightly warmer greige (gray / beige) slightly warmer than traditional greige. In very bright rooms (like this room below), light oak looks warmer, off-white. In dimly lit environments, Pale Oak takes on a nice greige color, clear and warm.
The best white to pair with light oak: Benjamin Moore’s White Dove is always one of my favorites! Ivory white is the creamiest of the three and possibly my favorite pairing as well.
Light oak OC20 | Benjamin Mauro.
Light Oak (Benjamin Moore) This is a complex, layered color that can appear gray, oak / taupe or cream depending on the time of day and other room colors. According to Noelle Micek Interiors, this color can be combined with any design style, from coastal to modern to traditional.
In a balanced and light quality, Pale Oak looks like an almost neutral warm gray beige, possibly with shades of peach red. If you research this color, you will find that people are quite persistent, that it has no undertones, it is just a greige.
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 darker off-white tones you’ll find in the off-white section, but it retains a light tomomian tone in the historic colors.
- White Pigeon. OC17.
- Blonde whipped cream. OC65.
- Just know. OC117.
- White cloud. OC130.
- White heron. OC57.
- Swiss coffee. OC45.
- The wind blows. OC24.
- Classic gray. OC23.