This color would work great in social spaces of the house, such as the kitchen, living room, or dining room. It could also bring beachy warmth to a bathroom. You could use it for a bedroom but it might be a little stimulating for a room intended for sleep.
This would be a gorgeous shade for a plant store to bring contrast to the greens of plants. It would make a stunning wall color for a plant-filled sunroom as well.
This shade will bring a touch of classicism and old world charm, so don’t pick it if you’re looking for something coolly modern.
This color is part of the Affinity Color collection, meaning it’s designed to coordinate with any of the other 144 Affinity Color collection colors.
Mink 2112-10, Point Pleasant 155, Charcoal Linen 2133-40, White Vanilla 2017-70, *via Benjamin Moore
22.56. LRV measures the Light Reflectance Value, meaning the percentage of light (0-100) that bounces off a surface. 100 being purest white and 0 being purest black. Like other deep shades, Firenze has a fairly low LRV, meaning it reflects a fairly small amount of light.
Orange, Red, Bold, Medium
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