Swiss Coffee! I’ll take 22 ounces, please.
Here’s what interior designer Schuyler Samperton says about Swiss Coffee:
I did this in a guesthouse where the previous owner had put in nasty fake terra-cotta tile. You know that icky pale pink color? It drove me nuts! I painted it white and did driftwood-colored wicker furniture with blue-and-white fabric. It completely transformed the space.
Above, the stairwell and trim in this Los Angeles home are painted Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee in semi-gloss. The Westie is also painted Swiss Coffee.
Above, walls are painted Swiss Coffee in semi-gloss. The custom rug is by Stark. That fetching niblet of walnut is by the Eamesessss.
Isn’t this Los Angeles bedroom, above, so fresh and smart? The walls are Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee in eggshell; the trim is also Swiss Coffee, in semi-gloss. Natural ‘Veranda’ woven blinds from Horizons.
Above, Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant painted her bathroom Swiss Coffee.
Above, this San Francisco kitchen is painted Swiss Coffee. The top of the center island, which measures 4 feet by 9 feet, is made of glazed lava stone.
Above, designer Eric Cohler used Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee in this Park Avenue bedroom. The layout feels kind of hotel-ish, but it’s a hotel I’d gladly stay in, Eric! Ha, ha, ha.
Above, in a Napa Valley farmhouse, designer Erin Martin painted the walls and ceiling Swiss Coffee. The 1960s coffee-table base is topped with marble, and the sofas are by Verellen Home Collection.
Above, Swiss Coffee in the farmhouse’s kitchen.
Above, a spritely Kristen Bell, plus dogs, in her kitchen. The walls are painted Swiss Coffee; cabinets are Simply White, also by Benjamin Moore.
Above, a mudroom painted Swiss Coffee. Very L.L. Bean.
On this vintage dresser, above, designer Robert Willson accented the handles and frame with Swiss Coffee and painted the drawer fronts Winter White, also by Benjamin Moore. He used flat paint topped with three coats of semigloss clear coat to control the sheen.
About Swiss Coffee
Benjamin Moore collection: Off-White Colors.
Similar to: Steam, Icicle, Vanilla Milkshake, Dune White, White Dove.
Suggested complements: Nightfall, Mt. Rainier Gray, Nickel, Senora Gray.
Photo credits: First photo: houzz.com; second photo: Kimberly Genevieve, elledecor.com; blue bedroom photo: Roger Davies, House Beautiful; farmhouse photos: John Ellis, Metropolitan Home; Kristen Bell photo: calfinder.com; mudroom photo: Trent Bell, Whitten Architects; photo of painted dresser: housebeautiful.com