This paint technique takes creativity + concentration, but what a WOW!!
One of our staff members Andre painted this in his basement bedroom, what a great job! Carrying one of the colours onto the ceiling really ties the look together and makes the ceilings look higher.
For detailed instructions on this paint technique, stop by the store when our paint pro Andre is working.
Paint Colours: 1. 2050-40 florida keys blue 2. 2002-10 vermilion
Such a super-cute eco conscious cottage kitchen.
It’s a unique space that mixes style, colour and function. White cabinets and subway tile, give this kitchen a modern edge next to this amazing turquoise coloured paint 710 Kensington Green by Benjamin Moore.
The rest of the elements in this space are colourful and patterned like the colorful Company C rug which brings in a whimsical touch!
Interior design by Gina Viscusi Elson
Teal is back, with a big dose of fun and creativity.
It is a simple blue/green tone, which can be more blue or more green. Opposite on the colour wheel to a deep orange, no wonder why the two are often used together in a colour scheme. We also love it paired with a crisp creamy white for a more modern feel. How do you like your teal?
A bold ceiling in Adobe Orange (2171-30) from the Colour Preview collection, Benjamin Moore.
Teal, cream and brown…what a great classic colour combination.
Galapagos Turquoise 2057-20
Colour doesn’t need to be permanent, for a temporary solution why not paint panels in teal and mount them on a wall?
A high-gloss finish is becoming more and more popular, the french have been using it for years and it’s such a dramatic effect.
For this look try Benjamin Moore’s 2054-30 Venezuelan Sea in Advance High-Gloss.
If you find teal too strong for the whole space, try a grayer version of teal on only one wall.
( HC-160 Knoxville Gray) against a crisp creamy white (try OC-117 Simply White).
Adore Mag- Benjamin Moore North 2053-40 Sea Green Peacock blue teal walls paint color
It’s not hard to use bright colours in a traditional space. Use a pillow or piece of furniture for inspiration. The contrast of the green/blue against the heat of the coral under-toned orange; really create a fresh summer look. You can then leave the walls a nice calming neutral, especially in the cream family.
For this look try:
1. HC-138 “Covington Blue” by Benjamin Moore.
2. 2170-30 “Autumn Cover” by Benjamin Moore.
3. OC-10 “White Sand” by Benjamin Moore.