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Seapearl OC-19 by Benjamin Moore

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Seapearl OC-19 by Benjamin Moore

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Seapearl OC-19 Hue Family

In context of its Hue Family neighborhood,  5 Y (Yellow), on The Color Strategist Color Wheel. The pink arrows point to where it fits in among the other colors according to its Value 8.92 rounded to 9.00 and Chroma of 0.71 rounded to 0.75.

Hue Family Seapearl OC-19

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7 thoughts on “Seapearl OC-19 by Benjamin Moore”

  1. It could. It’s not the tightest, most refined color combination. When dealing with two colors of white, I like to see an approximate 0.20 difference in Chroma. It’s only 0.13 in this case.

    Also, Sea Pearl is a rather colorful commitment for trim. It’s not neutral enough IMO. I personally would opt for a more neutral white. For example, flip you plan; White Dove trim, Sea Pearl walls.

  2. I am considering sea pearl for all my walls in a new remodel with chantilly lace or white dove trim. All the cabinets are white, white quartz with some light grey veining countertop with a vinyl plank vesdura flooring. Thoughts

    1. Hi Lori, I’d have to take inventory of all the color DNA for each element and take a look at how they relate. Because it’s all connected. For example, your cabinet color should inform the trim color choice so it’s consistent.

    1. Oh gosh, that’s hard to say. There are tens of thousands of quartz colors/patterns and they aren’t measured like paint colors.

      We have The Color DNA Table here on The Land of Color and we can search and sort paint colors based on their measured characteristics.

      Unfortunately, there is no such thing for quartz products.

  3. In a south facing bedroom, I’m considering the walls in Seapearl, with
    Cloud White trim (already existing). I only want the wall colour to change. Would that work?

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