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Nanette Baker loves Benjamin Moore’s Cranberry Cocktail

Our designers share their favorite winter paint palette picks.

Nanette Baker of Interiors by Nanette in Albertson • 516-739-5165

Favorite Winter Color Paint Palette: Benjamin Moore Cranberry Cocktail 2083-20, Wind’s Breath OC-24, Silhouette AF-655 and White Heron OC-57

“Make your home warm and cozy this winter with this rich combination of Benjamin Moore colors in Cranberry Cocktail, Wind’s Breath, Silhouette and White Heron.”

Greg Lanza of Greg Lanza Design in Locust Valley • 516-656-9848

Favorite Winter Color Paint Palette: Benjamin Moore Ewing Blue CW-585, Market Square Shell CW-30, Chesapeake Blue CW-595 and Harwood Putty CW-5

“Inspired by the Swedish King’s 18th-century visit to France, the Gustavian style is characterized by a winter whitewashed palette of bare floors, painted furniture and walls in hues of gray, white and pale blue. It’s a refreshing framework to a snowy landscape vista.”

Denise Rinfret and Missy Rinfret Minicucci of The Rinfret Group in Manhasset • 516-426-6192

Favorite Winter Color Paint Palette: Farrow and Ball’s Estate Emulsion Light Gray No. 17, Estate Eggshell Off-White No. 3 and Estate Emulsion Pavilion Blue No. 252

“The subtle green base of Light Gray brings unsurpassed depth when used on walls, while Farrow & Ball’s mid-tone Off-White is an uncomplicated classic, great for woodwork. Inspired by the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Pavilion Blue is the perfect complement for ceilings.”

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