Color of the Day {Sand Dollar}

05.22.14 Color of the Day, Sand Dollar, Benjamin Moore OC-71, warm white, off-white, coastal cottage living bed end bench

Introducing, today’s Color of the Day: Sand Dollar! More specifically, Benjamin Moore OC-71.

Would you like to ‘Get This Look‘?  Add a touch of ‘Sand Dollar’ to your space with this Coastal Living Cottage Bed End Bench from Masins Furniture.

Are you looking for ideas on how to use ‘Sand Dollar’ in a project? I’m putting together a collection of designs to show you. Here’s what I found so far:

Now, here’s a little piece of heaven right here on earth. I love the mix of materials and colors and just look at that view!

off-white bedroom, large picture window, warm white bedroom, brown leather side chair, wood paneled walls, exposed wood ceiling

Architect: John David Rulon, Interior Designer: Benjamin Dhong, Photographer: Adrian Gregorutti.

‘Sand Dollar’ accents could go a long way in making this bathroom look your own…

traditional bathroom, ballfoot tub, soft color palette, shell wallpaper

Bathroom by Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders. Photo by Brian Vanden Brink.

The soft color palette of this bedroom design gives it an ethereal quality. I love the handwritten poem on the wall. This look could be started off with ‘Sand Dollar’ upholstery or paint…


Bedroom interior by Kelly Deck Design. Photo by Barry Calhoun Photography.

Today’s color was selected from the Benjamin Moore Color Preview Palette.

Would you like to see more of ‘Sand Dollar’? Here are some more posts featuring this comfortable shade…

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Here are more colors similar to ‘Sand Dollar’ that you might like…

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Always get samples! Here’s why: The ‘Color of the Day’ posts are intended to provide design inspiration. I select projects and products for each ‘Color of the Day’ post based on the color my eye sees in the photographs. It can be extremely difficult to render color with 100% accuracy when taking photographs, especially of interior spaces. The same color can also appear  entirely different in different lighting conditions. For these reasons, the actual color of the projects or products  may not be an actual match to the ‘Color of the Day’. Always review actual samples from the product manufacturer before making final purchases.

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