Sure, painting is easy - but it takes up plenty of time. If you’re going to tape edges, move furniture, and then spending hours with a brush in hand, the last thing you want is to regret your choice. These regret proof paint colors are classic - and neutral - enough to match almost any decor. Meaning, it’ll be awhile before you need to pick up another paint brush! Click “Next” to read more.
1. Storm (Benjamin Moore)
This classic grey provides the perfect backdrop for high contrast neutrals like black and white, or a nice pop of color! Sleek, modern, and easy to pair with your favorite brights, you’ll be loving this shade for years to come.
2. Accessible Beige (Sherwin-Williams)
A beachy neutral that exudes calm, Accessible Beige by Sherwin-Williams is definitely a classic color. Neutral and versatile, this easy-to-match hue will fit well into almost any home’s color scheme.
3. French Grey (Behr)
This perfectly soft grey is a wonderful shade for any room in the house, as it will match pretty much everything! You can change the furniture and accessories, but you won’t have to repaint the walls if you opt for this beautiful, breezy hue.
4. Sea Salt (Sherwin Williams)
No, it’s not white, grey, or beige, but this beautiful color is still super easy to match. Perfect for lightening up any space, Sea Salt, but Sherwin Williams is a beautiful blue-green shade that plays nicely with neutrals and gorgeous bright hues.
5. Alexandra Beige (Benjamin Moore)
For a beige that’s a little more bold - but still easy to match - we’re loving this Alexandra Beige paint by Benjamin Moore. The neutral color provides a nice warm backdrop that will never go out of style.
6. Lace Handkerchief (Benjamin Moore)
This natural soft cream looks great when paired with other neutrals, or bold brights. It’s a color that you won’t necessarily notice, but that will compliment your furniture pieces well - meaning you shouldn’t have to repaint even if you do get a new couch.
7. Rainwashed (Sherwin-Williams)
The perfect neutral with plenty of personality, this green-grey offers a hint of easy-to-match color without overpowering your decor - plus, it can really brighten up a space.