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Benjamin Moore’s Wind’s Breath (OC-24) is a unique and versatile paint color, skillfully balancing warm taupe, beige, and a hint of cream. It’s the hybrid paint color of your dreams, if you have the right space for it.
Wind’s Breath is definitely a WARM color. As a warm paint color, Winds Breath tends to hover in a sweet spot where it can adapt to various lighting conditions and design needs.
It is best used in living rooms, dining rooms, and as kitchen cabinets, especially in spaces that aren’t overly bright.
Wind’s Breath isn’t typically chosen as an exterior paint color, as it tends to lean warmer and could show more of its creamy side outside. I’d recommend sticking to inside walls for this paint color.
For similar colors, you might consider Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray, which is just a bit darker and more grounded.
Wind’s Breath: A soft beige with a slight gray undertone, appearing more beige in natural light and more gray in artificial light. Pale Oak: A warm greige (gray + beige), appearing more gray or beige depending on the lighting.
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