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    Chantilly Lace OC-65 Benjamin Moore


    Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace OC-65 Gilford Hardware

    Chantilly Lace OC-65

    Chantilly Lace OC-65 is one of our most popular and most mixed colors! Why? It's a versatile white which can go on pretty much any interior surface imaginable. Chantilly Lace contains a single tint. Black, and it's a very small amount. This makes Chantilly lace a barely noticeable off-white and brings down the shade (Shade is a hue or mixture of pure colors when only black is added to a pure color) giving Chantilly Lace OC-65 a cream-ish color with very little (if any undertone) Chantilly means whipped or flavored, and Lace means a fine open fabric, typically one of cotton or silk,  which gives this cream color a perfect name.  Unlike a pure white Chantilly lace has the slightest cream shade giving it a classical look to any interior surface in your home. 



    Where should I use Chantilly Lace in my House?


    Chantilly Lace can be used pretty much anywhere around the house, the top finishes for chantilly are Eggshell, Matte, and Flat. You can use Chantilly Lace on walls, ceilings, trim, cabinets, pretty much anywhere except floors, unless you want to then go right ahead! Chantilly lace goes well with darker colors like Wrought Iron 2124-10 or lighter colors like Sweet Innocence 2125-50. Chantilly lace can also be applied exterior, if you're looking for some classy curb appeal it's a nice look when paired with darker trim colors!



    What Types of Benjamin Moore Paint can Chantilly Lace be Mixed into?


    Chantilly lace can be mixed into every Benjamin Moore interior and exterior paint and stain. This includes Aura and Arborcoat, but its most popular has been Benjamin Moore Regal Select Interior Eggshell, due to its quality and price point. Are you looking for Chantilly lace OC-65? Stop by Gilford Hardware & Outdoor Power Equipment to start painting or staining today!


     

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