Looking for a light and bright green paint color? I am obsessed with Behr Riverdale! Here’s the undertones, coordinating colors, and trim colors!
Green paint colors are really on trend. But, green can be intimidating to use.
A light green paint color with gray undertones is the easiest way to use green paint. Gray undertones keep colors looking a bit more muted and neutral.
Behr Riverdale N410-3
This is a green color. It is sometimes labeled as a gray – but I really think it is a green and not a gray.
Light Reflectance Value
LRV: 55 – on the lighter side of things
Light Reflective Value is the measurement of how much light a color bounces around. This is on a scale of 0 to 100 with 0 being pure black and 100 being pure white.
R: 190 G: 197 B: 186
RGB describes the amount of each color – red, green, and blue – present in a color. This is on a scale of 0 to 255 for each color. This is basically the color mix to make the color!
This color is green with a lot of gray undertones. That gives it a muted look. I see it described as a gray with green undertones sometimes, but it is DEFINITELY green in person.
We used this color for our bathroom – it gives an instant spa-like feel. It also makes for a great light, bright guest bedroom, living room, or kitchen.
- Behr Engagement Silver
- Behr Rhino
- Benjamin Moore Gray Whisp
- Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray
- Valspar Irish Moor
I like to pair this color with light shades – like a white, light gray, or tan. This is best for a spa-like look. For a more modern, high contrast look, pair it with navy blue, charcoal gray, or black.
I prefer to pair this color with a crisp white paint color for trim.
Bright white trim colors:
- Benjamin Moore Simply White
- Sherwin Williams Extra White
- Behr Ultra Pure White
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