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What Is Denver's Favorite Color?

Experts weigh in on what paint colors dominate in the Mile High City



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Each region in the United States is known for distinct styles, from its food, fashion, music and home decor. Denver, where the natural elements of the surrounding mountains are embraced, is no exception.

To show how the cultural staples and styles are reflected in the colors used in homes across the country, the Color & Design Team at Benjamin Moore compiled the most popular paint hues in The Mile High City.

According to Benjamin Moore Color Marketing & Development Manager Hannah Yeo, “Love for nature is reflected in the colors favored in Denver."

"Light neutrals set a quiet backdrop to Denver’s beautiful landscape while cool blues mirrors the water.”

The most popular Benjamin Moore colors in Denver are: 

Chantilly Lace 2121-70
Chelsea Gray HC-168
Cloud Cover OC-25
Decorator’s White OC-149
Edgecomb Gray HC-173
Hale Navy HC-154
Kendall Charcoal HC-166
Knoxville Gray HC-160
Newburyport Blue HC-155
Pale Oak OC-20
Revere Pewter HC-172
Silver Marlin 2139-50
Stonington Gray HC-170
Van Courtland Blue HC-145
White Dove OC-17

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