Looking for an airy alternative to beige or white? Benjamin Moore’s First Light (2102-70) is a soft pink that plays well with other colors, creating a delicate backdrop for whatever life may bring.

If you find yourself dreaming of beach trips, First Light is a great choice for your spaces. When paired with midcentury accents and sea glass tones, this dawn pink can help any room feel like a beachside va- cation retreat.

Make the most of your room’s natural architecture to create a quaint cottage resort feel. No dreamy vaulted ceilings in your home? Paint only three-fourths of the way up the walls to make ceilings feel grander.

First Light is stunning in sitting rooms, mother-in-law suites, guest bathrooms and home offices. Since it’s a grown-up pastel, pair it with colors that pack a punch. Teal, flamingo pink and black will bring a fun throwback vibe. Natural woods, glass and woven fibers keep the look grounded.

Posted on 2020-07-08 by