Color Spotlight: Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron






Paint Color Spotlight: Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron. THIS is the deep beautiful charcoal gray almost black you've been searching for!

 

Island painted with Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron.

Hi Remodelaholics, it’s Cyndy from The Creativity Exchange back with my monthly paint color post.  Last month, I talked about 2016 trends in paint colors and if you happened to miss that post, you can find it here.

Today, I wanted to do another Color Spotlight and highlight one of the most popular and versatile interior door and cabinet colors out there.  Wrought Iron from Benjamin Moore is a workhorse of a color because there is nothing that this color can’t do.  While it’s really popular right now for interior doors and cabinets, it’s also a near perfect exterior trim/accent color and it even works well on a wall too.

Related: 13 ways to use a dark paint color in your home

Paint Color Spotlight: Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron

Before I show you what all this color can do, I’m sharing an image below that compares Wrought Iron to a traditional Benjamin Moore black.  You can really see why Wrought Iron is such an amazing color because it’s a slightly muted version of black:

Color Spotlight Wrought Iron Benjamin Moore. Remodelaholic

Blacks can be harsh but as you can see above, Wrought Iron is a black/brown/gray color that is less harsh than black and the brown in the base adds a little warmth.  In fact, Wrought Iron can look like a very dark brown in spaces with a lot of natural light.  The gray in the base helps to diffuse and balance the black and the warmth.

Let me show you what Wrought Iron can do and why it’s become such a popular paint color.

Wrought Iron on a front door

Color Spotlight Wrought Iron Benjamin Moore. Remodelaholic
source: Timeless Paper

Related: See more black or near-black colors to paint your doors here

Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron. Color Spotlight on Remodelaholic.
source: Timeless Paper

On the wall

Beautiful bathroom! Wall color is Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron. More info on Remodelaholic.com
source: Our Humble Abode

Wrought Iron painted on interior doors and trim
A bold modern entry! Classic almost black doors and and trim painted with Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron.
source: Rachel Reider

That's it. I'm painting my doors black. Door color painted in Wrought Iron Benjamin Moore. More details at Remodelaholic.com
source: Dear Lillie

painted on stair rails and ceiling

I love this dark two tone stair and deep gray, almost black, stair rail. Paint color is Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron.
source: Innova Interior Design

Wrought Island paint on kitchen island cabinet

Island painted with Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron.
source: Refined LLCe

Wrought Iron is a great alternative to harsh black on window trims 
(see why Whitney calls black window trim “eyeliner for your home” here)

Black window trim is gorgeous! This is the perfect almost black, a very deep gray with brown tones. Paint color info on Remodelaholic.com
source: MHouse Inc

So you see, Wrought Iron is a fantastic alternative to harsh black and the diffused warmth and gray, make this a very rich in depth color.  So the next time you’re worried about painting something black, consider Wrought Iron.

If you’re interested in more dependable and versatile colors like Wrought Iron, I shared my favorite all-star paint colors here and my favorite “nearly perfect neutrals here, on my blog with tons of inspiration.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Cyndy

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See more beautiful must-try paint colors:

Benjamin Moore Hale Navy. Color Spotlight on Remodelaholic Color Spotlight- Intense White from Benjamin Moore. Remodelaholic Beach Glass from Benjamin Moore is one of the most versatile transitional paint colors. Color Spotlight on Remodelaholic Healing Aloe from Benjamin Moore. A very light gray green blue transitional color. Color Spotlight on Remodelaholic






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