It’s amazing what paint can do!
This plain looking spare bedroom really needed a lift before it became a baby boys nursery. Mom and Dad wanted a wood wall, but for re-sale purposes didn’t see it as a good idea. Our friends at Spaces Design created this wall with painters tape, two tones of paint, and some water.
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This neutral home needed to warm things up in the dining area. The home main colour was HC-45 Shaker Beige and sets off a nice calming feel. The depth of orange in this colour 2175-30 Rust is a perfect pairing with lighter toned flooring. Painting only a few walls is a perfect way to make the dining area stand out.
Have you ever wanted to add some glamour to your home, but not sure where and how to start? Gold is an eye catching metallic that isn’t just for the wealthy, but can be luxuriously applied to your home too!
Gold leaf walls are luxurious and reflective, and can be pricey. We suggest one focal wall to glam up your space, gold leaf or gold paint.
Gold leaf on a coffered ceiling or a powder room ceiling are stunning, reflective and elegant.
Above layout from our friends at Spaces Design.
The name kelly green for the color originated in Ireland. The name derives from the fact that the surname Kelly, as well as the color green, are both popular in Ireland. The first recorded use of the term kelly green as a color name in English was in 1917. Kelly green is most associated with the color you see on St. Patrick’s Day decorations. It is a medium, bright green color. It is usually considered a spring color, so you will see it more at that time.
KIDS BEDROOM Benjamin Moore: walls Courtyard Green 546 (set by Dwell Studio)