What Color is First Light?
First Light, a soft and rosy hue, captures the delicate tones of dawn’s first light, imparting a sense of optimism and tranquility to your surroundings. This versatile shade strikes the perfect balance, neither too bold nor too muted, ensuring a subtle yet impactful presence in any room.
With an LRV of 77, First Light absorbs almost no light, SO, if you are going to use this rosy hue – paint all four walls of the room. Avoid using it as an accent, as the color reflects on the surrounding walls.
LRV: A colors light reflectance value (LRV) measures the percentage of light a paint color reflects when put on your walls, cabinets, siding, etc. LRV is measured on a scale that ranges from zero (absolute black) to 100 (pure white).
Given its very light pink nature, First Light pairs best with lighter tones. Exercise caution when combining it with darker off-whites or creams like Swiss Coffee or White Dove. Opting for extra or pure whites ensures a harmonious and visually pleasing result when using this charming hue.
Where to use Benjamin Moore First Watch
Benjamin Moore First Light adds an enchanting touch to any nursery. The soft and rosy undertones of this delightful hue bring in a sense of serenity and warmth, making it an ideal choice for crafting a calming environment for your little girl. Paired with light and neutral furnishings, or even some matching wallpaper, this hue transforms the nursery into a haven of sweetness! 🎀