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Gina Jenkins

Do you feel Benjamin Moore's Coventry Grey does look actual grey on walls w/ no pink or blue?


   
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Maureen Green Kinlin Grover Real Estate

I'm a real estate agent who sees a lot of Benjamin Moore Light Pewter on new construction and flips. It's a warm gray, ideal with today's white kitchens and bathrooms. And it's lovely with bright white trim.

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