Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass CSP-495

Official color page:Through the Looking Glass CSP-495
Color code:CSP-495
Color name:Through the Looking Glass
Brand:Benjamin Moore

Benjamin Moore's CSP-495 Through the Looking Glass is a soft and sophisticated shade that brings a touch of tranquility to any space. This cool, gray-blue hue evokes a sense of calm and serenity, making it ideal for bedrooms, bathrooms, or living rooms. Pair CSP-495 Through the Looking Glass with crisp white accents to create a fresh, modern look, or combine it with warm wood tones for a cozy and inviting feel. This versatile color also complements soft neutral shades like CSP-975 Sand Dune and CSP-685 Natural Wicker, adding depth and dimension to your room. Update your home with the timeless elegance of CSP-495 Through the Looking Glass for a chic and contemporary aesthetic.

What are Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass undertones?

Red is Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass undertone color, as you can clearly see on the color field below. To determine this undertone we’ve removed all the tints, tones, shades and get HUE (pure color). Seems that undertone definition on a white sheet is already outdated and rather inaccurate

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HEX value

HEX value:

#C0BCBC

RGB code:

192, 188, 188

Is Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass CSP-495 cool or warm?

warm colors
Color wheel
cool colors

With a hue of 0° this Grey refers warm paint shade according to HSL (Hue, Saturation, Lightness) on the color wheel.

CSP-495 Through the Looking Glass HSL code: 0, 3%, 75%

Hue - degree on a color wheel from 0 to 360. 0 is red, 120 is green, and 240 is blue.
Saturation is a percentage value. 0% is a shade of grey, and 100% is the full color.
Lightness is also a percentage value. 0% is black, and 100% is white.

  • Warm Grey will make even large rooms feel cozy and intimate
  • Warm Grey undertones tend to make you feel happy, energized and playful
  • Warm paint colors are ideal for kitchens, living rooms or bathrooms
  • Warmer hues make larger spaces feel more inviting

Act like a pro: Mixing warm and cool shades is a must have to get harmonius interior. Add accents that contrast with the primary color to create visual balance. If your walls are a warm color, don’t forget to add accent in cold colors (furniture, art, décor). A good practice is too use a complementary color scheme.

Coordinating colors.
Colors that go with Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass:

Complementary color scheme

Complementary color scheme

This color scheme is a combination of two colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. The high contrast between these colors creates a vibrant and dynamic visual effect.

Color comparison

Through the Looking Glass CSP-495 vs Violetta AF-615

Struggling to choose the best color for your? We'll break down the differences so you can pick the perfect shade for your walls.

Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass CSP-495 vs Benjamin Moore Violetta AF-615Open Through the Looking Glass CSP-495
LRV: 51.04%
Light Medium color
Temperature: warm
LRV: 48.94%
Light Medium color
Temperature: warm

Through the Looking Glass CSP-495 vs After the Rain 1452

Can't decide between these stunning hues? We'll help you compare these two color to find the perfect shade for your home.

Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass CSP-495 vs Benjamin Moore After the Rain 1452Open Through the Looking Glass CSP-495
LRV: 51.04%
Light Medium color
Temperature: warm
LRV: 49.66%
Light Medium color
Temperature: warm