This is the perfect neutral for someone who might like the look of First Light or Proposal but prefer a more yellow shade, either because they have a north-facing room with more blue toned light, or because they prefer a hint of peach over a hint of pink.
This color would add a subtle warm glow and sophistication anywhere. I'd love to see it in a bathroom, where it would flatter the skin, and balance the coolness of the water. I could picture it in a high end clothing boutique or minimalistic flower shop.
Parchment brings a subtle feminine energy so wouldn't be the right fit for spaces that require more masculinity.
Put this shade on the walls and trim (and maybe even ceiling) for a cozy, immersive look.
Benjamin Moore didn't list any on their website, but I think this color would be beautiful with navy or charcoal.
82.13. 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 light shades, Parchment has a very high LRV, meaning it reflects a very large amount of light.
White, Neutral, Pink, Orange, Traditional, Light
Pink Damask, Head Over Heels, Peach Parfait