As part of Benjamin Moore’s Historical Collection, it’s no wonder it’s one of the top-selling navy blues and a favorite paint color for homeowners, designers and architects.
These dark gray undertones make the navy lean towards black, but it’s still in the blue family.
For reference, pure black has an LRV value of 0, while white has an LRB value of 100. The LRV value of BM Hale Navy is 6.3, which means it doesn’t reflect much light.
Hale Navy is one of those versatile colors you can use in all types of spaces, including classic, industrial, coastal, and modern spaces.
I used BM Hale Navy on a bedroom dresser to bring a touch of color to our guest bedroom. It was a perfect pop of color in our small space.
One of my favorite pieces in my home is a dresser makeover I did in the guest bedroom.