A collector asked me to recommend a beach print that would work well with Benjamin Moore’s Beach Glass. Which was right up my alley because I love sifting through paint colours.
It’s not unusual for Darren to get home from work to find our living room floor completely covered with paint swatches, with me happily perched in the middle. And often we aren’t even planning to paint anything! My heart swells looking at all the pretty colours, imagining how they’d feel in a room, and pairing different tones together.
What? That isn’t your idea of a good time?
I took a good look through my beach photographs, and as far as Benjamin Moore’s Beach Glass is concerned, there’s a clear winner: Spring Shore.
I mean, look at it. You’d think that one inspired the other…
If you’re not limiting yourself to just beachy beach prints, and you’re open to other art with water and mountains, then I have three more options for you.
The Mountains Whispered Good Morning…
Reflecting at Lake Louise, Vertical…
Reflecting at Lake Louise, Horizontal…
So if you’ve got a room that’s painted in calming Beach Glass, you have a few options for relaxing art.
We’ve got a few rooms in our house that are somewhat similar, but leaning more towards a blue-grey, which is equally as serene. You can use the menu at the top to check out more of my blue-green, green, and blue art prints.
I’m happy to pair a few images with other paint colours if you’re looking for inspiration, so send them my way! You can either email me or leave a note in the comments below.
2 thoughts on “Coordinating Art: Benjamin Moore’s Beach Glass”
Hi Jennifer, where can I buy the beach printon that pairs with “beach glass” paint?
thanks so much
Hi Kathleen! Just click on any of the images and it will take you to the product page where you can purchase that particular print. Let me know if you have any difficulties!