This colour is part of the Off-White Colour Collection. Inherently sophisticated and endlessly versatile, the Off-White collection offers subtle nuances of whites that suit tranquil, serene environments as well as creates colour-enhancing accents for dynamic spaces.
We love the way bold colours set off against bold and bright hues.
“So, today was my final shift at Painters Place. After 12 years, this place became a second home and my coworkers became family. I’m sad to leave, but excited for my new adventure. It has been pleasure to be a part of such a fantastic group and I will miss everyone dearly. So in closing, I leave you with a smile on my face and love in my heart and some of my favorite wallpaper. Cheers!” -Shannon xo
Our amazing neighbours at Nail Boutique and Spa did a colour makeover last year and with our help, it’s AMAZING!
We started with a fresh coat of paint throughout the whole space in a warm off white, walls, trim/doors and furniture. This allowed us to create a “pop” with coloured accent walls.
We used a bold citron yellow on a wall in the waiting area and also behind the sink area.
The seating wall for manicures and pedicures was boring and too light for such a large wall, we amped up the style factor with Amy Butler wallpaper in Temple Tulips Ocean by Graham & Brown.
There is a large back wall that we chose a deep navy AF-565 Mysterious for, but it was too large to take pics of.
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Do any of the following statements apply to you?
- Your home is new and you are too overwhelmed to paint the whole thing, but the beige walls are too boring.
- Dark & bright colours scare you.
- Your partner prefers light colours and you want something more bold.
- You are living in a rental and afraid to paint, but crave colour.
If so, look no further…a feature wall may just cure you. Not every room in your home can handle one, but if there is a wall that needs highlighting why not?
Below are some spaces that really pop with Benjamin Moore colour, for further questions visit our store and let our helpful staff guide you.
I must have taken over a dozen photos of this paper – with flash, without, in natural light and in a back corner of the store. Not one can do the depth of colour any justice. The richness of the purple is stunning! The bold pattern makes a statement but the tone on tone doesn’t make it offensive. Stop by and take a look at ‘Zircon’ to see this beauty for yourself. — with 2117-40 Tropical Dusk, 2070-30 Dark Lilac and HC-172 Revere Pewter.
If you are considering painting your kitchen cabinets, think outside of the box. The lower and upper cabinets do not need to match. In fact, sometimes painting the lower cabinets in a darker tone and the upper cabinets in a white/off white can visually add height to your room. This may even be a solution if your cabinets are already painted white and you are looking for a change.
Another way to change things up is to have an island painted in a darker tone such as expresso or a bold colour like yellow (shown below).
For a dark expresso brown like the island above, we suggest 2114-10 Bittersweet Chocolate by Benjamin Moore.
This fun yellow painted island above is un-expected and easy to repaint over time. We suggest 2024-40 Yellow Finch by Benjamin Moore.