Best Selling Benjamin Moore Greens

Written by Kelly on March 15th, 2013



In honor of St.Patrick’s Day, I thought I would share with you Ben Moore’s top selling greens. I was actually surprised at the green selections, because it is more of a list of colors with green undertones, rather than pure green. Below are some examples:

November Rain 2142-60 :





The above photos highlight an understated green with grey tones (or an understated grey with green undertones).

Saybrook Sage HC-114:

saybrook sage


Again, this color can be classified as a green with grey undertones, or a gray with green undertones. The color looks dark in the Ben Moore fan deck, but as you can see above, the brighter the room, the lighter the color will look.



Gray Mirage 2142-50:





Another greenish gray color, Gray Mirage is a favorite neutral of Candace Olson.

Here is a pretty sage green color:

Soft Fern 2144-40:





Did you notice that all of these greens are cooler greens (not warm)?

Camouflage 2143-40:





Camouflage is a pretty, very beige-green color.

Guilford Green HC-117:





And last but not least:

Wythe Blue HC-143:





A couple of my favorite greens right now?

Georgian Green HC-115:

georgian green


A beautiful color with stained trim and darker furniture.



Agave (AF-420), Eternity (AF-695), Solitude (AF-545)


Agave works very well with oak cabinets!

Have you used any of these best selling greens lately? What is one of your favorite greens to use?

To see all of the greens and all of their other colors, visit Benjamin Moore’s Color Gallery.

If you need help choosing colors for your home, contact me today.

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10 Comments so far ↓

  1. Andy says:

    Hi Kelly,
    In continuum, do you think the dark flooring was a good idea in the Wythe Blue HC-143? It does tend to suggest more contrast, while the idea of these colors do go against that. Or perhaps that was exactly the goal of the decoration. I’m just personally more biased towards low-contrast themes.

  2. Kelly says:

    I agree Andy!

  3. Andy says:

    Great post, Kelly! I do believe these shades are the best for interiors, regardless of today’s trend of bright-colored decor. Sure, bright colors give an energetic outlook, but one doesn’t come home to be energetic. Instead, these soothing shades are much easier on the eye (ask doctors, they’ll agree).

    By the way, I simply love that chandelier and the shadows cast by it on the ceiling, in Saybrook Sage HC-114 photo 2 (bedroom).

  4. Kelly says:

    We all seem to love Rosemary Sprig! I will have to check out Misted Green. Thanks for writing!

  5. GeoC says:

    Nice list! Green is my favorite.
    I also really like Benj Moore Rosemary Sprig, Urban Nature, Lily Pad and Misted Green– all of which I have in my home.
    The Misted Green is a beautiful blue green color I used in my bedroom. It is warm and cozy and changes depending on the light from blue to green. I love it!

  6. Kelly says:

    I still like my blues better Connie! :)

  7. Well I do like greens over blue almost any day :-) All of these look great to me so it’s hard to pick a favorite…although Wyethe Blue would be at the bottom of the list. However, I think if I used it for my own home, I’d put in more green accents to pull the green tones out rather than blue. I might do something different when using it for a client. LOVE all the pics :-)

  8. Kelly says:

    Thank you Angie!

  9. Angie Perry says:

    Kelly, how striking! With your quality of work, you must spend countless hours “burning the midnight oil”. I especially love the dining room in the photos above!

    Thank you again for sharing your special work with us!

    Angie Perry, Greensboro, NC
    (we’re on FB as friends)

  10. Wow, I have used EVERY ONE of those greens!!! Every one. I’ve specified both Camouflage and Gray Mirage in the last two weeks – great neutrals for light-filled rooms. Another green I really like is Rosemary Sprig. If a client wants a medium green and Agave is too dark or too “much,” Rosemary Sprig is a great option.

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